This young hooligan rips a sweet burnout on his bike, only to get busted and chased by the town sheriff!
Shark culling has been a hot topic in Australia due to an increase in attacks. Bull, tiger and great white sharks longer than three metres that are caught within one kilometre of parts of the WA coast are being shot dead and discarded at sea. Check out this guy’s take on the situation. Do you agree?
This guy is extremely responsible and humane. He is the type of person that should be the public face for hunters and gun enthusiasts. He is also the type of person all hunters should aspire to be. Some air rifles are .22, and shoot well over 1000 fps. That’s faster than many pistols fire. The bullet is a lot smaller, but it could injure someone very badly. They’re definitely not for messing around. Be careful out there.
An unlucky impala leaps across a dam in Kruger National Park and straight into the jaws of a hungry crocodile. The gruesome catch was captured on camera by Rene van der Schyff, 50, a personal assistant from Phalaborwa, South Africa. Rene was visiting the park with her husband when she witnessed the shocking kill. The impala attempted to cross the Sable Dam when the crocodile shot up and caught it mid-air.
This is a stud out of C4 Kennels, and f**k me this boy is a beast. Unfortunately statistics show that over breeding dogs like these for profit is the reason why there are so many being put to death in shelters. Responsible breeders should only breed the dog a limited number of times; not every year, and line up qualified buyers in advance of birth of a litter.
Angry residents are calling for the city to fire an officer who shot and killed “Hooch,” a black Labrador that escaped his home Saturday evening during a birthday party. “He didn’t have to pull out his .45 and shoot my dog,” the dog’s owner Clubb said. “It was right outside my son’s bedroom. What if it had ricocheted through the window?” Whose side are you on? Leave your thoughts in our comment section now!
Marius the giraffe, one of the attractions at Copenhagen zoo, came to a premature end on Sunday after zoo workers put him down and carried out a dissection in front of a live audience. Despite thousands of signatures on a petition to save the animal, zoo officials carried out the destruction in accordance with European rules on inbreeding, which forbid Marius to breed with his closely-related peers. Marius was fed a last meal of rye bread before being killed with a shot to the head from a bolt gun. Some of the giraffe’s remains will be bound for research, while some is reserved for the consumption of the zoo’s lion population.
Freddy is a massive eighteen-month old great dane who eats over $120 worth of food per week and can only be walked at times when there aren’t any other dogs around, according to his human, Clare Stoneman. That’s not a dog. That’s just a giant man who happens to be covered in fur and walks on all fours.
In the annals of prisoner-of-war videos, this seems to be a first. A slightly befuddled-looking military dog appears on a tight leash, surrounded by heavily armed, bearded men boasting of their battlefield loot. Wearing a black protective vest, the dog wags its tail at certain points and appears more confused than terrified as its captors showcase specialized rifles and a global positioning device with a blinking light that they say came attached to the canine. “Allah gave victory to the mujahideen!” one of the fighters exclaims. “Down with them, down with their spies!”