Here’s Video Of That Ginormous Alligator That Took Over A Florida Golf Course
In 12 days it'll be the 23rd anniversary of Jurassic Park, the movie that showed us that life will find a way, and that Dennis Nedry's workstation is the product of a complete slob. But sometimes truth is stranger than fiction. For instance, did you know that dinosaurs still walk among us? And sometimes take time off for golf.
It happened in Palmetto, Fla., on Wednesday, as golfer Charles Helms spotted this massive alligator lounging on the Buffalo Creek Golf Course. When it got up, Helms started recording. The beast is at least 15 feet long if it's an inch.
They DO travel in herds.
— FOX 13 Tampa Bay (@FOX13News) May 31, 2016
The first alligators showed up in the Paleocene epoch, around 60 million years ago, a few million years after the extinction of the dinosaurs. So basically these guys took over, and you can see why. As for the guy who recorded this video, he was obviously so obsessed with whether he could, that he didn't stop to think if he should.
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