Alligator in the ocean at Cherry Grove in North Myrtle Beach

NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WBTW/WNCN) — An apparent alligator was spotted in the ocean in the Cherry Grove area on Sunday.

A WBTW viewer’s video was captured at 18th Avenue North by Sea Cloisters.

The video shows what appears to be an alligator going for a swim as a small crowd gathers in the area.

Alligators in the ocean are rather rare. They are primarily freshwater animals that prefer swamps, lakes or ponds, according to the Wildlife Authority.

Just last month, a large alligator swam in the ocean on Masonboro Island near Wilmington, North Carolina.

A father who captured video of the alligator said the animal was right in the middle of the island and appeared to be swimming north towards Wrightsville Beach.

https://www.cbs17.com/news/south/video-alligator-spotted-swimming-in-surf-in-north-myrtle-beach/ Alligator in the ocean at Cherry Grove in North Myrtle Beach

Dais Johnston

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