A woman died and six people were injured after a rhinoceros escaped from a wildlife reserve and rampaged through a town. The 61-year-old was gored by the animal as it chased down startled pedestrians and rammed vehicles in Makwanpur, Nepal. Footage shows the rhino hurtling down narrow residential streets after motorbikes as residents fled to top-floor balconies for safety.
The clip, which was shot from an oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico, shows dozens of the gigantic predators swarming the structure while horrified employees watched. Most of the sharks in the footage appear to be spinner sharks, a species which can grow up to three metres in length. The sharks are so named because of the way they feed – spinning and leaping through schools of fish while snapping their jaws in the hope of catching their prey.
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They say “almost” only counts in horseshoes, but for this stunt, there was no almost about it. The number the horseshoe landed on represented the precise amount the contestants had to drink…of donkey semen and urine. Yes, you read that right. The best thing about this is that they’re drinking donkey cum for the opportunity to win $50k. Hearing Joe talk about this on his podcast was hilarious, from what I can remember he was pretty happy about it getting cancelled. He knew it had gone too far and still got paid.
They’re conditioning the fish to attack upon the slightest movement at this certain point in the river. Seems like the sort of thing you would want to avoid doing in case someone falls overboard getting in/out one of these small boats. This is kind of like throwing Ryan Gosling into a crowd of middle-aged women. But drier.
A bird’s stunning flight from the tallest building in the world was captured on video thanks to a small camera attached to the eagle’s back. The bird’s-eye view was recorded when Darshan the eagle flew from the top of the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, swooping 2,722 feet down to his trainer on the ground. It was the highest recorded bird flight from a man-made structure ever, and was broadcast live on BBC News.
A snowmobile is heavy and isn’t meant for flying and yet, that’s what professional crazy person Antti Pendikainen did with his. He gunned it down the mountain and then launched it off a cliff and then started soaring, reaching heights in the air typically meant for helicopters and planes. I’ve seen snowmobiles skim across water, plow through mud, driven on roads and now soaring through the air. Truly a all-terrain vehicle. They should use them to drive on the sun. But only at night. Otherwise they’d get burned.
The 43-year-old demonstrator was knocked unconscious, suffered a collapsed lung and broken ribs in the high-speed collision. Footage from a dashboard camera appears to show the horse and rider gallop directly at the woman as she stands by a gate. Huntsman Mark Doggrell failed to stop and carried on into the field but the CPS decided not to bring charges against him.
As much as we’d all like to believe this is a wondrous tale of friendship wherein two mates go on an epic adventure featuring a baby weasel and his magnificent flying steed, sadly it’s not. It’s a photo of a weasel trying to kill a woodpecker. The photographer, Martin Le-May from Essex, said he “feared the worst” for the green bird after hearing “distressed squawking” during its struggle with the mammal at Hornchurch Country Park. After Le-May managed to capture the incredible image – which has become a huge hit on Twitter since it was taken earlier today – the creature managed to escape with its life.