Huge alligator strolls past golfers in Jurassic Park moment

Huge alligator strolls past golfers in Jurassic Park moment

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Huge alligator strolls past golfers in Jurassic Park moment

Gregory Vasher was visiting a Kiawah Island golf course Sunday when he scrambled outside to capture video of a huge alligator sauntering across the driving range, calling it “unbelievable” and “crazy” in the footage.

“It was like I had been golfing in Jurassic Park,” Vasher told ViralHog. “I’ve never seen anything like it.”

He was just readying to leave the clubhouse of the course located near Charleston, South Carolina, when he and others spotted the 13-foot alligator.

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“A couple of the staff, a few patrons and I ran out there to watch it from the upper porch,” Vasher told ViralHog. “I then decided I had time to run down and shoot a video of it—from a safe distance of course and hidden behind a tree.

“The massive gator strolled along until sliding into a small pond next to the driving range.”

Photo is a screen grab from the video.

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