Giant Gator Walks Across Florida Golf Course |

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Date: 2016.05.30T19:34:20

Beschreibung: Talk about a hazard! A giant alligator took a stroll across the fairway, making his way to the lake beside the third hole at Buffalo Creek Golf Club. Video courtesy of Charlie Helms.

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