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Video shows gigantic gator at Florida golf club amid Tropical Storm Eta

Alligators are not a uncommon sight in the state of Florida, but this particular one gained attention for its prehistoric appearance.

Gale force winds weren't enough to keep one mighty gator from hitting the greens at a golf course in Naples, Florida, on Wednesday.

The massive alligator was spotted creeping around the grounds at the Valencia Golf and Country Club and recorded by Tyler Stolting, a golf professional at the club.

Large alligators are far from an uncommon sight in the state of Florida — fans of the University of Florida even cheer on the Gators mascot — but this one gained attention for its rather prehistoric appearance. It also made its presence known amid Tropical Storm Eta on Wednesday, which brought gale-force winds and threatening storm surges about 60 miles west-northwest of Tampa.

The storm briefly intensified to a Category 1 Hurricane before hitting the state, making it just the sixth November hurricane on record in the Gulf of Mexico.

As rare as a November hurricane might be, the alligator seemed unimpressed as it made its away through the course.