This scary moment is captured as a diver, who was trying to assist a pregnant Ragged Tooth Shark, gets attacked and bitten on the arm. Luckily, the diver made a full recovery and is back in the water with no hard feelings towards the shark!
This is the dramatic moment a wildlife expert was forced to fight for his life and used a pair of binoculars to defend himself after a large male leopard went on a rampage. Wildlife expert Sanjay Gubbi was one of six people who was mauled by the leopard as he attempted to capture the rogue animal during its ten-hour rampage. The leopard was eventually tranquillised, 10 hours after the big cat rampaged through the school, attacking several people including a scientist and a forestry employee.
Drew Scott was spending a lazy Sunday afternoon on his back patio with a beer and tending the barbeque when the unthinkable happened – a venomous brown snake slithered directly beneath his chair. The 34-year-old Gold Coast resident, whose alarming encounter with the dangerous reptile yesterday afternoon was captured by his home CCTV camera, said he would have been none the wiser had his dog not alerted to him to the snake’s presence.
Caution: This video contains graphic images of a severely wounded dog and his amazing recovery. Kalu was found inside of a hole at a construction site where he had gone to die. His face was severely wounded and infested with maggots. His recovery is truly one of the most awe-inspiring and miraculous recoveries we have ever seen.
“In this video I am hunting and field dressing a duck with my Browning Citori cal. 12 gauge using steel ammunition which is required in Austria when hunting near water.” – Survival Lilly
A woman got the fright of her life when she discovered one of the world’s most venomous snakes living beneath her fridge. Snake Catchers Adelaide was called to a property in Moana in South Australia over the weekend after the terrified family saw an eastern brown snake poke its head out from under the fridge. Snake catcher Rolly Burrell removed the one-and-a-half metre reptile from the home just days before she laid up to 14 eggs. F**k, now I’m going to have to search my house for snakes otherwise I won’t sleep tonight.
The shark, about 3.5 metres (11’5”) in length, was trapped in a fisherman’s net and taken to an aquarium on the southern Japanese island of Okinawa. Great whites are aggressive creatures, which makes them difficult to capture and handle. Their need to hunt and swim freely for long distances means that in captivity, they can refuse food and get depressed and disoriented.
“Dropped a small glob of THC coconut oil on the kitchen floor and before I could stop him he licked it up and this is the hilarious result. Don’t worry, after this I fed him pieces of my steak dinner and let him sleep on my pillow for the night so he was extra well taken care of after I stopped recording. To all the haters, I love you like your parents never did. To all the people that thought this was genuinely funny and aren’t assuming malicious intent I love you too. The next morning Rasko was back to his normal self, after drinking an entire water bowl LOL.” – Elyon420.
A fisherman thought he hooked the catch of a lifetime, but then a shark got involved. “What do we got?” the guide from Captain Bucko’s Fishing Charters can be heard asking in the video. “Lift him up!” Then, a shark jumped up and stole what was left of the fish. The incident happened in the Bay of Islands in New Zealand. The shark was identified as a small great white, a rare sighting in this area.