Golfers at the Rio Olympics will have to watch their step as the Rio Golf Course is teeming with wildlife.
On Thursday, golf will mark its return to the Olympic Games after a 112 year absence. The sandbelt course is in the middle of the Reserva de Marapendi and players have already been documenting their findings…
— Olympic Golf (@OlympicGolf) August 9, 2016
— Bernd Wiesberger (@BWiesberger) August 9, 2016
— Carmen FowlerLaBerge (@carmenlaberge) August 4, 2016
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Aside from these, players should also look out for boa constrictors, three-toed sloths and mico monkeys.
Amongst all this nature, the players will undoubtedly be hoping to find some eagles and birdies as well…