Alabama Beach Goers Terrified After Giant Gators Swim Ashore
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At this point, I don't even like to get in the ocean.
These gators have been showing up in the most unlikely places.
Christy Johnson posted on facebook
"Don't always assume they are just in rivers and lakes. This one is on the beach at Dauphin Island, Alabama."
Matt Harvill posted
"Went up, I think, 200 yards from where we originally were and sure enough, you just see a glob every now and then poke its head out," Harvill, a 27-year-old Mobile, Alabama, resident told Fox News Digital. "And then, he got washed up on shore."
Amber Miller said.
"He lives on the island lol..along with many many more. The island has always had gators"
Eddie Christman Said
"Looks like he is Surfing but seriously when gators get in open water get out and away from it as quickly as possible"
Sandra Cotton said
"Oh my goodness. I already paid for my vacation on this island!! Lord help us be safe during September and anytime while everyone else is on the Island."
Alx Billiot said
"I believe in leaving wildlife alone as much as possible. But if this is a tourist area for swimming, then of course most people wouldn't know the danger. Seems she would be relocated for safety between her and beach go-ers."
Bev Parnell Said
"Big loves to the new UA AllieGator. Roll Tide Roll buddy! totally a nod to the 2023-24 SEC football season ahead lol #rolltide #saban_gator I smell another national championship!!"
Just be careful out there folks. Sharks aren't the only thing you need to worry about when your swimming in the ocean.
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