The severed lower left arm of a Taiwanese veterinarian is seen in the jaws of a crocodile, Wednesday, April 11, 2007, at the Shoushan Zoo in Kaohsiung, 350 kilometers (217 miles) south west of Taipei, Taiwan. Chang Po-yu’s lower left arm was bitten off by the crocodile when he tried to pull a tranquilizer dart from the reptile’s body. Two bullets were shot at the crocodile but it was unharmed. Chang went through emergency surgery to have his limb reattached. (AP Photo/Steve Chen)
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