Video filmed by Ash Roberts and John Borlini when they were fishing off Dunsborough shows the shark gliding past within a metre of their boat. The shark then circles back and with one large snap gulps down the 60cm catch from Mr Robert’s fishing line. “It hung around and had a little lunge at the boat so we took off.”
The footage shows the employees taking the live rats out of cages and dunking them into scolding water before ripping their fur off. The animals can be seen squirming around in pain while they’re dipped into the buckets and then thrown on the kitchen floor to be skinned. Would you eat it? Leave your thoughts in our comment section now.
“This video shows my dog catching a live lobster. I trained my black lab Lila how to dive off of a boat underwater. One day while out free diving, I had the idea of trying to get Lila to catch a lobster. Sure enough she caught one on her first try, and the rest was history!” – Devoted to the Ocean.
“But when we were heading back to the boat, about a half hour after we’d got on that shark and it was really mellow, it turned on me. I was on the surface and it swam right at me. And since I didn’t have anything in my hands, I basically had to give this 12-foot tiger shark the Heisman. And that just shows how quickly things can change.” – Mark Healey
A Canadian animal rights activist could face up to 10 years in prison for giving water to pigs heading to the slaughter on a summer day. Toronto resident Anita Krajnc, 48, was charged with criminal mischief after clashing with the driver of a truck carrying pigs to an Ontario pork processing plant. Whose side are you on?
Male lions are known to many as the King of the Beasts, the top of the food chain and the most dominant force in the African bush. They are only out competed by other male lions who wish to overthrow their territories and continue their own genetic line. Male lions are viewed as this majestic, regal creature that is a protector, a father, warrior and a solider. The one that will put his life on the line for his pride, for his females and for his young.
Michael Fletcher of Sudbury, Ontario was hunting grouse with his brother Neil when they spotted what appeared to be an eagle off in the woods. They moved in for a closer look and saw that it was a bald eagle. One of the bird’s talons was caught in a trap. Fletcher took off his jacket and they approached the bird. After a few tries they managed to wrap the eagle in the jacket to prevent it from moving. Then they freed its talon from the trap. This is the result: Two smiling Sudbury boys with the bald eagle they just rescued. “Everybody thinks it’s like the selfie of the year,” Fletcher said.
You’ve probably heard of beer-battered fish and beer-can chicken. But how about a rum-fed turkey? Apparently it gives the bird a very unique taste. The gravy is much darker and tastier, and the bird overall has a slightly different taste that is very appealing. Gives a whole new meaning to being hungover.
Mufasa, the last wild animal in a Peruvian circus, is cut free from his chains and walks free after 20 years. After Peru banned wild animals in circuses, most circuses defied the law. One by one ADI tracked them down and removed the animals. Finally in a dramatic stand-off, during which riot police were called, the last circus was cornered and Mufasa was cut from his chains.