This elephant was suffering from a gunshot wound to the head, so he walked right up to doctors to ask for first aid. Named Pretty Boy, the elephant was tranquilized and given an x ray which showed a deformed bullet in his skull. Vets believe Pretty Boy was hit centimeters too high for what’s called a ‘kill shot’ by a hunter.
When you can catch a fish with your bare hands while wearing a bikini top, you can be sure that you’re going viral. That’s the saga of Hannah Barron, a hunting, fishing, noodling, and bow fishing superwoman. Noodling or grabbling is a fishing technique where you catch a fish with your bare hands. At only only 5 feet tall and 115 pounds this Alabama girl has some serious Grit.
“We managed to sneak into London Zoo for a few hours before 13 Police officers came to crack down on our fun. Add me on Snapchat to follow my adventures “ItsAllyLaw” – @mrallylaw.
If you’ve seen the intense footage of the baby iguana being chased by hungry snakes, you know how good the BBC’s Planet Earth II can get. It’s brilliant storytelling via nature photography and done in an addictive hi-def visual style. And for whatever reason, that level of quality also has inspired some great comedy riffs.
Russian fisherman Roman Fedortsov’s twitter account is flooded with photos of the most bizarre deep sea beings ever. The man behind the camera works on a fishing trawler in Murmansk (extreme northwest of Russia), and uses his phone to document the “monstrous” creatures that get pulled in the fishing nets.
I’m sure it was just a typical day at Gold’s Gym in Anderson, South Carolina, but it turned into quite the chaotic scene when a deer burst through the window, sending workout folks running for cover. Now it doesn’t seem that this deer wanted to workout, as he acted like me when I find myself inside of a gym: Just running towards the exit.
A face off between a pack of wild dogs, an antelope and a hippo revealed the ugly side of nature. Filmed at Mala Mala Game Reserve, South Africa, this wild encounter was snapped by quick thinking game ranger Pieter Van Wyk. Not for the faint of heart, the footage gives a gruesome glimpse into the realities of animal life in the wild.
A man was hospitalised after he was attacked by his dog. Police arrived to find the dog in a back bedroom with the victim, who had suffered moderate injuries and was bleeding profusely. An officer used a Taser on the dog, allowing the owner time to break free from the canine and leave the room. The door to the room was inoperable because of a remodel, so officers were unable to contain the dog, which began to charge for the door. Baker officers fired two rounds from his pistol, striking the dog.
The Care for Wild Africa Rhino Sanctuary was contacted regarding a rescue of an 8 month old female calf from a reserve in the Mpumalanga region. Its mother was poached a few days before and only glimpses of the calf had been seen by the reserves anti-poaching unit who noticed that it had been shot in its front left leg.
Remarkable footage has emerged of a man going toe-to-toe with a kangaroo who has his pet dog Max trapped in a headlock. The uncut video opens with an 4WD barreling along a dirt track in the Australian outback. A man, who the narrator tells us is called Greg, jumps out of vehicle when he notices Max is getting a lot of unwanted attention from a kangaroo. At first it appears as the roo is merely standing beside the dog, but all is not as it seems.
Yet, in stark contrast to their reputation, some sharks are gentle giants that harmlessly filter vast quantities of plankton. Others have highly developed senses that allow them to detect prey from tiny signals sent from miles away. No matter what you think of them, they are one of the greatest and most stunning animals on planet earth.