Woman's body found after Australian crocodile attack

SYDNEY – The body of an indigenous women was recovered by Australian police on Friday (Oct 12) following a reported crocodile attack in a remote part of the country’s north.

Police said a woman believed to be an Aboriginal ranger had been fishing “waist-deep” in a river with her family in remote Arnhem Land in the Northen Territory when she was taken.

A family member noticed her missing, they said, after hearing some splashing.

Police later confirmed that a body had been recovered.

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