Golfers at an annual skilled golf event in Louisiana acquired a shock when an enormous alligator determined to make a snake its subsequent meal.
In footage shared this week by the PGA Tour’s official Twitter account, a gator is seen rising from a pond on the TPC Course in Avondale, the place the Zurich Traditional is at the moment going down. A couple of seconds later, it chomps down on a serpent which seems to wrestle earlier than the gator pulls it into the water.
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“When snake meets gator…Nature is frightening in New Orleans,” the PGA Tour mentioned alongside the video.
“Gotta eat,” one particular person commented in response.
“Gators win,” wrote one other.
“Nope,” mentioned a 3rd.
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The PGA Tour’s Twitter account additionally shared footage of golf-pro Chris Kirk taking part in a shot on the event — with a gator lurking simply toes behind him.
Louisiana alone has almost 2 million alligators, with the bulk present in coastal marshes within the state, in response to the Louisiana Division of Wildlife and Fisheries. Males can attain 13 toes or extra in size, whereas females usually attain 9 toes, in response to the wildlife company.