Here's one for the unaware-of-the-concept that crocodiles+available human=snack.
This definitely belongs in the people-unaware-of-the-end-result or he-should-have-known-better file.
So this man who is a zoo veterinarian no less indicating that he has experience with dangerous animals, enters the crocodile compound or cage or whatever and wherever crocs live, in Taiwan. According to the report he was in the crocodile's cage to give it an aenesthetic dart since it was sick, given the crocs propensity to bite without provocation. At the point where he was about to remove the tranquilizer dart and not noticing that it i.e. the croc, wasn't fully aenesthesised, the crocodile made its move biting off the man's fore-arm.
Again, it makes one (me) wonder how a person in his i.e. the veterinarian's situation could have missed this very important fact or reality.
Initial reports indicated that shots fired at the crocodile by a co-worker killed the beast however an updated report now claims that no bullet holes have been found in its hide.
Darn - there goes another crocodile purse! Seriously though...
According to a zoo worker the crocodile was shocked perhaps at the fact that it was a target and opened its mouth to let go of the arm. A video report shows the police officer firing at the animal to retrieve the arm.
Anyway...the bottom line to all of this is that the arm was rushed to the hospital where it was re-attached. Here is the "before" photo:
There is no report on how the crocodile is doing.