When a zookeeper tossed a fish into a crocodile enclosure, one croc decided he didn’t want to have a fish for lunch, but rather he wanted a taste of his own kind instead. He then took a massive bite out of another crocodile’s leg, ripped it off by quickly rolling in the dirt, then ate the leg whole.


A new undercover investigation into a McDonald’s Chicken McNugget supplier has exposed horrific cruelty to animals, including birds beaten, crammed in filthy sheds, stabbed to death with nails attached to makeshift clubs, and left to suffer and slowly die without proper veterinary care.

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There is all sorts of wildlife roaming the outback, both native and introduce. But no matter where the animal originates, they always seem to cross the road without looking both ways!

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This scary footage was shot on the streets of Gothenburg, Sweden, where a Rottweiler got a hold of a young boys clothing and dragged him around before people were able to make him let go!

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An evil tourist threw a firecracker at this monkey in Malaysia, then laughed maniacally as the scared monkey ran away after the snack exploded in its hand.

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A tradition in the Town of Rosas, in Catalonia, is to celebrate the summer festival by dropping ducks into the sea, and participants attempt to catch them. The event receives some attention from animal rights activists, who claim the tradition could be stressful to the birds. One activist filming the scene capture some animal cruelty up-close!

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This is like something out of a nightmare! These Russian hunters accidentally hit a bear on a dirt road, and were stuck there trying to decide how to free it from under the car. Then the bear then took matters into its own paws.


A fisherman in Sydney got the shock of a lifetime when a distressed baleen whale swam up next to his boat. Ivan Iskenderian, 20, was fishing with some friends in Sydney’s Middle Harbour when the gentle giant made its presence known, nudging his boat. After some close inspection, the fishermen noticed a plastic bag and fishing line caught around the whale’s mouth. When the whale surfaced within arm’s reach, Iskenderian was able to free the whale from the bag and fishing wire. What a legend.


Attendees were screaming when one of the bulls was charging towards a crowd attacking a man with his horns. Residents shortly after pulled the man away to safety and called an ambulance. Both men had to be brought to hospital and are being treated. They are both said to be in a stable condition. Such magnificent beasts bulls are, play with fire, and get burned my bleeding unconscious friend.

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An upsetting video of a plastic straw being removed from the nostril of a sea turtle shows the grim reality of how plastic litter impacts marine life.

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Witness the eerily beautiful growth of larvae into bees in this mesmerising time-lapse video. This footage took six-month to collect, as the photographer had to build a custom beehive in his workshop.

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If you could take animals to court, this eagle would be done so hard for property damage. Just like the horse that kicked me in the McNuggets during a school excursion at a farm in 5th grade. My piss comes out like a machine gun ever since.


New footage has emerged of a 20-foot-long great white shark named ‘Deep Blue’ which is believed to be the largest of its kind in the world. The footage was captured by shark researcher Mauricio Hoyos Padilla off Mexico’s Guadalupe Island in 2013, but wasn’t released until now because he had only recently found the recording on his computer. The video shows the enormous apex predator swimming near researchers in steel cages, with one bold enough to be swimming outside the protection of the protective metal bars.

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Just incase you forgot, Australia is still living in prehistoric times with full blown dinosaurs roaming the rivers. Even the birds in the background sound like pterodactyls. This guy is casual as you like, while he dances with death!


“While out for a spearfish/cray dive at Little Barrier, a pod of Orcas (Killer Whales) came cruising past us. We saw them twice as they did laps of the island, hunting stingray in the shallows. The larger ones weren’t very interested in us but the calves came in for a close look.” – Sam Galloway.

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A Montana grizzly bear attempts to retrieve an electrically charged, road-killed deer. The deer is electrified as an experiment to protect hunters’ game kills and, in turn, to minimise bear-human encounters.


Dustin McCaslin flew his drone above Grover Beach in San Luis Obispo County, California, and found a shark swimming within feet of unsuspecting surfers. “McCaslin said he took the footage to a lifeguard, who confirmed it looked “very sharky” and was likely around 10 feet long. The lifeguard followed protocol and went out to investigate, McCaslin said.” This has been your friendly reminder of the day to never go in a body of water unless you’re forced by gun point, not even a bath tub.


One angler in Florida seems to have done the impossible after he reeled in a 412-pound goliath grouper while on a standup paddle board. Captain Ben Chancey from ‘Chew On This Fishing Charters’ is known for battling huge fish, but not usually on the relatively flimsy surface of a paddle board. Sure enough, the huge fish pulls Chancey off the board in the middle of the fight, but he climbed right back on and continued to pull the grouper in.