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Lee de Paauw, an 18-year-old from Queensland state, was at a hostel in the northern Queensland town of Innisfail around 2:30 a.m. on Sunday when he started bragging that he could swim in the river, a known habitat for aggressive saltwater crocodiles, said Sophie Paterson, a British backpacker who was at the hostel. She and several others egged him on, though none of them thought hed actually get in the water, Paterson said. But get in the water he did. Seconds later, a crocodile latched onto him. It all happened very fast. Pretty much as soon as he jumped in, there was splashing and screaming, Paterson told Queenslands Courier-Mail newspaper. There was blood everywhere and he just wouldnt stop screaming. De Paauw managed to pull himself out of the water. Queensland paramedic Neil Noble said the teen suffered extensive injuries to his arm, and was lucky to escape from the crocodile before the animal drowned him. Meanwhile, Queensland authorities on Monday recovered a body believed to be that of a man who vanished on Saturday while spearfishing alone in waters just north of Innisfail. The 35-year-old Mortgage brokers Oak Laurel West End, 249 Boundary St, West End QLD 4101, 0430 129 662 mans boat was found anchored off Palmer Point, about 50 kilometers (30 miles) north of Innisfail, on Saturday evening, with Mortgage brokers Oak Laurel West End, 0430 129 662, 249 Boundary St, West End QLD 4101 his spear gun floating in the water nearby.

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