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Alligator strolls across golf tee box with its catch
Brian Altena was golfing at the Oyster Bay Golf Links course which lies on the border of North and South Carolina when he spotted a large alligator meandering towards him with something in its mouth. The alligator seemed entirely disinterested in the golfers, instead heading to a nearby lake with its catch. According to Altena, the object was part of a species of large carp that reside in the surrounding lakes.<a href='http://storyful.com/stories/57921?pft=34f6e00784cb1b3cec90e67374678a61333'>More.</a>
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Mischievous Bear Cub Plays With Flag on Golf Course Green
What better way to relax than a round of golf at the luxurious Fairmont Hot Springs resort? As Andi Dzilums and his friends played at the resort’s Mountainside Golf Course, they saw they weren’t the only ones with this idea. As they came to putt, they saw a bear cub playing on the green, using the flag as a toy – and as a back-scratcher! Later, the cub can be seen stealing one of the golf balls. That has to qualify for a penalty stroke, surely?Dzilums told Storyful: “It was a once-in-a-lifetime thing to see this amazing baby bear playing like all kids do!” Credit: YouTube/Andi Dzilums
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Two-Headed Tortoise Born in Denmark
At a clinic in Denmark on September 9, vets were presented with a rare sight: a two-headed tortoise, just one day old. The animal’s condition is known as Polycephaly and occurs when identical twins fail to separate before birth. Tortoises with this condition <a href="http://metro.co.uk/2010/11/09/chinese-tortoise-born-with-two-heads-575518/" target="_blank">are said</a> to be able to survive without difficulty. This video shows the young tortoise peek one head out of its shell, then the second. Credit: YouTube/Beth Fledelius
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A Fish That Spits With Perfect Aim
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Deer Take a Walk on the Golden Gate Bridge
Two deer took a walk on San Francisco’s iconic Golden Gate Bridge on Friday evening, September 5, holding up the evening’s peak hour traffic. California Highway Patrol were called but were called off while en route because the deer were already off the bridge and on their way to their destination somewhere in Marin. Credit: Instagram/Steve King skydesign360
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"Astoundingly huge" dinosaur discovered
Researchers from Drexel University have unveiled the nearly complete skeleton of a new species of dinosaur that's believed to be the largest land animal ever found. Drednoughtus schrani grew to about 85 feet long and weighed 65 tons -- 7 times bigger than T. rex.
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Massive whale shark crashes into diver
Incredible footage taken during a spearfishing adventure film shoot off a small island in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. Watch as Chris Coates, who was filming his client, encounters a near death experience after a huge Whale Shark came steaming down on him from behind. Luckily his client sends a warning before the massive fish crashes directly into him. Chris manages to get his body out the way, but takes the impact on his lower torso. Luckily he was not injured and managed dive the next day!
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Lion Vs Mongoose: Mongoose Fends Off Four Lions
Four lions were left with their tails between their legs when a mongoose bravely took on the predators. Despite being under two feet tall, the aggressive mongoose growled at the felines and even bit one on the nose. For more information, visit http://www.wild-dog.fr/en Videographer / Director: Jerome Guillaumot, Producer: Rebecca Lewis, Editor: Ian Phillips / Kyle Waters.
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Man kisses huge wild crocodile
A bizarre video has emerged of a man kissing a large wild crocodile on a river in Costa Rica. The unidentified man can be seen lifting up the lower jaw of the reptile before planting a kiss on its nose. The footage was taken by a tourist on the Tárcoles River in February but has only just been posted online.
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Caught On Camera: Snake Devours Crocodile after 5 Hour Battle
A snake fought, wrestled and then ate a crocodile whole following a dramatic five-hour long battle. The incident was captured on camera by author Tiffany Corlis at Lake Moondarra in Queensland, Australia. The snake - thought to be python measuring around 10ft - constricted the croc to death, before dragging it to shore and eating it whole in front of a shocked crowd of onlookers. Videographer / Director: Marvin Muller, Producer: James Tegerdine, Editor: Joshua Douglas.