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Here's something that doesn't happen everyday, thankfully. Seventy-five-year-old Australian John Lahiff was bitten on the leg by a crocodile on Tuesday while playing golf in Port Douglas, a town in Far North Queensland, Australia. The attack happened when he went to retrieve a ball from the water on the 11th hole, and walked past the sunbaking croc. The avid golfer is now recovering in hospital in Cairns about 41 miles south of Port Douglas, and hopes to be back playing as soon as he can.
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