Python Unleashes Nature’s Wrath On Golf Course

Golf and nature have a beautiful relationship, but sometimes things can get ugly. According to a report from the Cairns Post, a 13-foot python was found feasting on a wallaby on the 17th hole of the Paradise Palms Resort in Australia over the weekend.

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By the looks of it, it was as real as it gets. Unfortunately, there was no footage of the action, however you can see what it might’ve been like here (warning: viewer discretion advised).

“We see a lot of pythons out here,” said resort general manager Declan McCollum. “That’s the first time we have actually seen one devour a fellow animal on the golf course.”

Pro tip: If you see a python on the golf course – run.

[h.t Golf.com]

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