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Sharks Invade Water Hazard in Australian Golf Course [VIDEO]

Sharks Invade Golf Course
MSNBC

Last time we checked, golf was supposed to be relaxing. But at a golf course in Australia, the links are now home to the stuff of nightmares: a school of bull sharks.

According to MSNBC, the sharks, which range from eight to 10 feet long, were stranded in a lake on the course after a flood. Since then, the animals have thrived and even begun to breed in their new home.

The groundskeeper, however, seems unfazed by the predators and simply warns golfers to stay clear. Sound advice, given that bull sharks have a well-deserved reputation as man-eaters. Golf anyone?

[MSNBC]

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