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The Polston family, who lives in Mount Pleasant, said they first thought someone was trying to break-in to their home, but found that the gator had climbed onto their porch. During the springtime, alligators are typically making their way out of hibernation and into warmer waters, not making their way into homes, wildlife officials told WGHP .
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