WE'VE seen a few croc attacks over the years, and they never get any less terrifying to think about.
1. Man attacked by crocodile on Clive Palmer's golf course
A 70-year-old man was attacked by a crocodile on a golf course owned by Clive Palmer.
It was believed the man disturbed the saltwater crocodile while was lurking in a waterway on the 11th hole on the Palmer Sea Reef Golf Course at Port Douglas.
2. Teen attacked by croc, films it on GoPro
What do you do when you're being eaten by one of Earth's longest-surviving predators?
Get out the GoPro and live to show them what being top of the food chain really looks like.
3. Handler's thumb bitten off by croc during attack
A man bitten by a crocodile at the Snakes Downunder Reptile Park in Childers was attempting to get its attention by waving a hat during a show.
The 58-year-old employee was holding a chicken carcass in his right hand and waving a hat in his left hand to attract the croc.
4. Man, 72, fought off beasts with spanners
A 72-year-old man fought off crocodiles by throwing spanners and spark plugs at them as he battled to save his drowning friend after their boat capsized near Darwin.
The two men, from Victoria, were crabbing about 38 kilometres north-east of Darwin on Tuesday morning when they tried to retrieve their crab pots from the water.
5. Crocodile handler hailed a hero after saving Renee
Crocodile handler Rick Lingard came to the rescue of his colleague after a 2.5m croc grabbed her arm.
Renee Robertson, originally from Rockhampton, was aiding Rick during a feeding show at Townsville's Billabong Sanctuary when it took a turn for the worse.
6. Croc bite was like 'a jolt of electricity'
MICK Curwen's mates are calling him Mick Dundee but the Tewantin man won't soon forget the moment he realised he'd been attacked by a large crocodile.
And he admits the near-death experience has left him rattled.
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