What chu thinking dog? You come round here acting like you can push anyone around, but you are about to learn my friend. Watch as this cat lays claws on this dog and teaches him a lesson.
Incredible footage shows the crew jumping into predator-infested waters to get up close and personal during feeding time. Local skippers phoned diver Emil Pirzenthal, 49, about the dead whale carcass being feasted on 3km offshore in Scottsburgh, South Africa. Emil, from Umkomaas, South Africa, and his friends Allen Walker, Anthony Grote and Rob Shepard set out to take photos of the event.
Jason Frost and his friend Brandon Key were out on the river when they heard a splash and saw something swimming across the water toward them. They weren’t sure exactly what it was until they heard the meows. They pulled the tiny ginger cat on board, who was only a few months old and was clearly hungry. As the feline made himself at home on the boat, it wasn’t long before Jason from Hueytown, Alabama thought he could see another cat.
An omega wolf in the wild will leave the pack if life gets too unbearable at the bottom of the pecking order. In captivity they don’t have that option and so the role becomes more pronounced. I like how by the end a wolf on the other side of the fence is trying to dig under it to get in on the action. Ruthless.
Stefanovic introduced the segment looking at new technology that has allowed cameramen for the Discovery Channel to get closer than ever while filming great whites. Their new underwater vessels include a mobile cage called the W.A.S.P (Water Armour Shark Protection) that enables divers to walk along the ocean floor while filming sharks, although being that close to the predators does not look to be a comfortable experience. I am with you Karl. Never again.
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 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!
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.