“Myself and two of my buddies were at the beach fishing for jacks while we saw a shark struggling in the surf. We realised it was wrapped around something and ran to see if we could help. At this point my buddy Adam jumped into the surf to rescue the black tip shark. We then got the fishing line unwrapped from around the body and took the hook out of its jaw. Adam then released the shark and it swam off to live another day.”
A hungry alligator stole a large fish off the line of a young boy attempting to reel in his catch from a pier. A video posted to Facebook by Bass Masters And Fish Experts shows an excited young boy attempting to reel in a large fish while fishing with two men from a pier. One of the men warns the boy, Conner, that there’s an alligator coming, but the warning comes too late.
“ISIS has just sent an innocent animal with explosives wrapped around it to our position to try and blow our troops up. We have disarmed the explosives and taken them off. Animal is being sent to the Baghdad Zoo for a nice break from the war zone and well away from ISIS fighters trying to blow animals up for their sick war.”
The great white shark follows the bodyboarder riding a wave and then spots the surfer sitting on his board waiting for another wave. He doesn’t appear to know the shark is approaching. When the surfer starts kicking his right foot in preparation to catch the wave, the sudden movement scares off the great white shark. It isn’t clear how the warning system works once a shark is spotted by a drone, or whether those riding waves in this video were made aware of the shark’s presence. But hopefully the system works.
A French waitress has shown Australian diners how it’s done, saving the day by dragging a giant goanna out of the restaurant she was working in. No questions asked. The goanna strolled into Mimosa Wines’ restaurant on the New South Wales’ South Coast on the weekend. At first glance waitress Samia Lila thought it was a dog. The goanna went under a table causing frightened diners to start screaming. Lila then decided to grab it and drag it out.
A bull escaped from a Queens slaughterhouse and was free on the streets for two hours, but died after being captured, the police said. The police officers shot the bull with several tranquilliser darts, but it kept moving. Video from a news helicopter showed the animal trotting down streets and onto lawns, with a police car in slow pursuit. Check it out!
Sebastian Castella, who just weeks ago angered campaigners against the sport when he said animals “do not have rights”, was performing at the Bullring of La Santamaria in Bogota. The bull took out his legs with a swooping horn, then turned around and attacked him, tossing him up into the air like a ragdoll.
“Having found an awesome new rope swing to hang out at on those hot Aussie days, I found out that I’m not the only one swimming in those waters… I then hunt down the infamous bull shark that’s know to survive and thrive in both fresh and salt waters with a hand reel, and cook it up right at the rope swing for lunch the next morning.”
While some people online are convinced the animal in the video is a juvenile great white, others believe it is a bull shark. ‘That’s a juvenile great white! And as scary as that is it’s amazing. I’m a little confused as to how a GW is able to swim that far up stream,’ one wrote. Another said: ‘My brain tells me it should be a bull shark in that part of Sydney, but looking at the footage all I see is a baby great white.’ What do you guys think?
Two young men have been charged after video footage emerged of a quokka being kicked on Rottnest Island. The video, obtained by WAtoday, shows a man in a grey t-shirt and black jeans chasing the quokka around a tree and kicking it at least twice. The man can be heard saying ‘come here you little c*nt’ before kicking it a second time. The kick sends the small animal into a wall. It tries to run away from the man before the video ends after nine seconds.