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Watch: Man plays golf with ease as crocodile approaches from behind

The man is seen taking a golf shot while a crocodile is slowly approaching him.

A video is going viral on the internet in which a golfer is seen taking a shot while a crocodile is approaching from behind.

Video A woman named Melissa Walsh shared it on Facebook on June 27. Sharing the post, she wrote, “Husband on the golf course. Naples, Florida. Michael West.”

In the video now going viral, a man named Michael West is seen taking a golf shot, while a crocodile is seen slowly approaching him. But it seems that the person is calm and completely focused on his shot. The video has been shot by his wife.

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The 14-second clip has stunned social media users and garnered hundreds of likes.

One user wrote in the comment, “Not all gators are fussy eaters. Watch your husband wait for him to finish. Thanks for posting this so people can see we can live in peace with these wonderful animals.” who deserve our respect.” section.

“I love how the gator falls down after the dude swings,” said another.

Recently many videos of gharial have gone viral on social media. One such clip shows the mayor of a small town in Mexico marrying a crocodile in a colorful ceremony with attendees in traditional music and dancing.

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In the viral video, the mayor of the city of San Pedro Huamelula, Victor Hugo Sosa, was also seen bending over to put his lips on the small crocodile’s snout, which was presumably sealed to avoid unwanted bites.

Ritual marriage, like a prayer appealing to the abundance of nature, probably dates back centuries to pre-Hispanic times among the Chontal and Huawe indigenous populations of the state of Oaxaca.

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