MYRTLE BEACH, S.C — It’s almost summertime, and people are beginning to flock to the beach for the first time since the pandemic.
That goes for alligators, too.
A 3-foot-long alligator was making waves along the shoreline in Myrtle Beach on Friday morning, WBMF reported.
Kim Wallace took photographs and videos of the gator swimming along the Grand Strand.
“Well, we’ve seen baby sharks, a stingray and multiple jellyfish at the beach this week,” Wallace posted on Facebook. “But never did I ever expect to see this.”
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