connectVideoAlligators and dinosaurs have more in common than we think
Some of Georgia golfers were stopping in their tracks as a huge alligator crossed their path in Savannah over the weekend, a video.
Ed Vance was just on the 17th hole on The Club at Savannah Harbor on Sunday evening, when the approximately 9-foot reptile plodded on in the green. Vance immediately pulled his phone and took a video of the gator.
Vance later posted the two-and-a-half minute video on Facebook with the text: “This happened on 17.”
“That’s nonsense,” Vance can be heard saying in the video. “Listen to his feet on the green.”
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Later, Vance said that he would not forget the sound of the reptiles steps.
“The video does not pick up, but the ‘plop, plop, plop” sound was what you would think of a dinosaur sounds. It was surreal,” he told the local outlet, The Island Packet.
The video followed the gator to toil in the direction of the water as the golfers responded.
“Y’all want to play by,” a golfer laughed in the video.
Just past the 17th hole, the alligator decided to plop down right next to the flag, around the same time that another golfer realized he had his putter through the water.
The man could be seen walking over to the club and picking it up before jogging away from the creature.
“Dude, that is a monster. Look at the size of this thing,” can someone else say in the video.
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After a few seconds, the alligator could be seen, moving the tail to one side just for the retired and continued in the direction of the water.
“I’ve never seen that on a golf course,” a golfer called in the video.
“Look at that monster,” another person said.
Then the gator dipped into the water and was gone.
“It doesn’t seem to notice or care about us,” Vance said to The Island Packet later. “He just wanted to get back to the pond.”