Val Plumwood



Age: 68


Summary: Australian renowned feminist and environmental activist who survived a horrific crocodile attack while canoeing near Kakadu in 1985 escaping with terrible wounds to her legs and groin after the beast dragged her underwater three times in a death roll (the maneuver crocodiles use to drown their prey), who spearheaded the fight to save the forest from logging in the 1990's and co-wrote several books and papers on environmentalism.



Cause of Death: Natural causes


Born: August 11, 1939


Died: March 1, 2008


Location: Braidwood, New South Wales, Australia