Seminole fans spotted a gator in the middle of Lake Ella.
Around dusk, a small gator was just hanging out and taking it all in. Many walkers were stopping to take a look.
Most say they weren't afraid considering its petite size and how far away it was from land.
"I'd be worried about him biting my child or biting me, but he's a baby so right now he doesn't scare me," said Amanda Osborn, who has an infant son.
There have been several gator attacks in Florida in the past month. One theory is the increase in human and gator contact.
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