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Man survives alligator attack

HOLLYWOOD, Fla. -- A gator volunteer learned firsthand the ferociousness of an alligator should never be underestimated.

The 23-year-old puts on shows at a Florida Zoo. During this demonstration the gator chomped down and almost took the man's arm off.

"The next thing he did next was backup into the water. I then got down low and backed up with him because if he had shaken or rolled he would have torn my arm clean off," said alligator attack survivor Will Nace.

He got away with only a broken arm and fractured hand. He said things could have been much worse.
He has no plans to quit his job.

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