Rio Olympics Golf Course Overrun With Giant Rodents & Mini Crocodiles! See What Wildflife Golfers Need To Watch Out For!
It's no secret that the city of Rio de Janeiro is ill-prepared for the Summer Olympics this week.
From human remains on its beaches, to contaminated water full of raw sewage, to sketchy police that kidnap travelers like something out of a Liam Neeson movie — the troubled country won't be the most glamorous host of the games in recent years.
And it looks like the city's olympic golf course is no exception, because the green is overrun with all kinds of wildlife!
Many of the world's top golfers have already tapped out of this year's games, but the competing athletes still have a lot to worry about on the course — including capybaras, mini crocodiles, monkeys, and boa constrictors!
According to reports, the Barra da Tijuca-located course that will host olympic golf next Thursday rests in an upscale neighborhood sitting on the edge of the Marapendi nature reserve.
The course was constructed last year despite protests from environmentalists who argued