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Members of a golf club in Australia have something more to worry about than just their swing - playing on what's thought to be the world's first shark-infested course.

Water hazards are a challenge for anyone who plays golf, but on the 14th tee at the Carbrook Golf Club in Brisbane there is another reason to be concerned.

Half a dozen man-eating bullsharks live in the lake in the centre of the course where their fins poking through the water have become a regular sight.

The sharks got onto the Queensland golf course when it flooded some years ago after a river broke its banks.

They became stranded when the water receded, but now they are thriving and even breeding.

"You can't believe how close you are

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That would be cool as long as you didn't lose your ball (or club) in the water. :D

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Source is over a year old :/ But it was neat the first time I saw the article.

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Doesn't matter if the source is old or new. Still there are people who haven't read that article.
It was a surprise to me.

@Hum Great Find :)
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We don't have enough dangerous land-based species we need to start inviting the water-based ones closer and closer?

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