A video grab of the alligator seen at a golf course in Florida.
Gulf Today Report
Even Crocodile Dundee Paul Hogan might be awestruck by the sight.
A huge alligator was found ambling along a golf course during Storm Eta in Florida, according to a report.
Now this is unusual, you might say. But not in the American state of Florida.
Why? Because, hold your breath, it has over a million alligators living there!
The reptile spotted during the storm was huge, almost akin to a prehistoric dinosaur.
Filmed from a moving vehicle, the video shows the gator walking as gale winds blew and rain fell during Storm Eta.
Tyler Stoltin, first assistant golf professional at the Valencia Golf and Country Club, recorded the animal making its way across the greens.
He said, "It was pretty big, biggest one I've ever seen!"
The club shared the clip on Facebook, where it has gone viral.
"Shut up! That looks like a dinosaur," wrote one person in the comments section.
"His legs are longer than mine. Scary!" wrote another.
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