Girl on the left says twisting is optional. Girl in the middle is dead set on twisting…who the f**k is right? If that thing had nine lives, he just spent ‘em all. You won’t ever see a dog getting his paw stuck in a open light socket, just saying.
A man fishing on a lake in Louisiana in the United States got more than he bargained for when he threw his line in the water after some catfish. All day long, the men and their daughters had watched a pool noodle that had been rigged like a catfish jug bob up and down and dart back and forth on the water’s surface in front of the campsite. No one seemed to be tending the noodle, and the foursome just had to know what was under it, so on their way to the fishing grounds, they passed alongside the noodle, and Burgos lifted it.
“So this just happened. We were on our Yamaha FX Cruiser jet ski touring up the western side of Fraser Island, we noticed a shadow in the water and realised in was a rather large shark. We decided to get a little closer to take some video footage and we clearly got a little too close! No one was injured although the jet ski did get some scuff marks where the shark contacted the ski. I literally had to move my leg so it didn’t get mauled!” – Libby Williams.
It’s known for inhabiting the murky waters of Loch Ness. But mysterious footage shows that the famous creature – whose existence has been debated for years – may have taken a bit of a holiday to London. The footage shows a humped figure making its way through the huge river near the O2 Arena – before sinking back under the water. Check it out!
More than 30 years ago, a bear cub named Fifi arrived at a Pennsylvania roadside zoo. For years, she and other bears were forced to perform tricks, like standing on their hind legs. After the roadside zoo closed its doors more than 20 years ago, Fifi lived in a tiny, rusted cage that contained nothing more than a dilapidated doghouse for shelter.
Surf lifesavers from Scarborough used a small boat to herd the shark into deeper water. It comes as beaches across Sydney’s south were recently closed after a surfer was nudged off his board by a shark. The man was surfing at Cronulla at about 11.15am on Easter Monday when he encountered the shark. Police don’t usually become involved in shark-patrol duties, and the West Australian had fun with its story, leading with this paragraph: “Even the most intimidating predators can’t escape the long arm of the law.”
A fleet of fishing vessels is actively fishing on the high seas of the Indian Ocean using drift nets, a form of fishing banned by the United Nations in 1992 due to its indiscriminate and destructive impact. The Steve Irwin first intercepted the fleet of vessels engaged in illegal fishing in January 2016. Now, Sea Shepherd has released shocking photographs and video of the encounter, showing sharks, dolphins, seals, and multiple species of fish, including critically endangered Southern Bluefin tuna, entangled and dead in the illegal nets.