When your girl is being clingy. Tug of war with a shark? Now I have seen it all. All the shark really wanted was a frosty cold beer, but this Aussie fisherman doesn’t break his back all week to shout some other c*nt a beer.


Those f**kers responded immediately. Before it had even hit the water. Frightening stuff. As far as we can tell, giant Trevally don’t mess with full size humans, which is a good thing because this feeding frenzy is a sight to behold. But what happens if your annoying neighbour is cut into pieces? I’m asking for a friend.


Australia’s Deadly Monsters are supremely adapted to life within the great southern continent’s varied and often hostile environments. The Nat Geo series takes us on a journey through monsoonal floodplains, parched desert dunes, and lofty highlands as we explore the unique lives, habitats, and hierarchies of some of Australia’s monstrous creatures.


A video shot from an Orange County Sheriff’s Department helicopter gives an overhead view of great white sharks hanging around near shore in Capistrano Beach as officers warn paddle boarders and swimmers near the surfline. “You are paddle boarding next to approximately 15 great white sharks. They are advising you exit the water in a calm manner. The sharks are as close as the surfline.”


Los Angeles police shot and killed two pit bulls and wounded another after they say the dogs attacked a man in his 50s who was walking his dog in downtown LA. Officers tried clubbing the dogs repeatedly in an attempt to save the man before drawing their weapons and firing at the animals.


Fish instinctively roam in schools because there’s safety in numbers. If a predator moves in, you’re much less likely to get eaten if you have a couple thousand buddies with you, each of whom looks equally tasty to the hungry diner. The same is true for people when we abandon our trophic position on dry land and enter the domain of large, toothy predators. Surfer David Woodward almost discovered that the hard way.


The Professional Bull Riders organization, also known as PBR, recently visited Madison Square Garden in New York. Part of PBR’s Built Ford Tough Series saw 35 of the best bull riders in the world competing for a championship prize of more than $100,000.


“Walking my dog down the street by Brentwood mall when this woman comes up out of nowhere and kicks my dog hard in the ribs making her yelp and cry.” I’m pretty sure if one checks the dictionary for the definition of evil, it includes going around kicking random people’s puppies and then lying about being assaulted by the owner. What a psycho.


Slippery rocks and huge gaps aren’t the only things trying to kill Slovakian MTB riders. This massive bear came out of nowhere and charged directly at a rider as his friend t filmed the whole thing from behind!


While battling a good-sized tarpon, fisherman Ronnie Green suddenly had two challenges on his hands: trying to land the tarpon and keeping the tarpon away from a huge hammerhead shark that happened upon the scene. It’s no secret that hammerhead sharks enjoy a tasty meal of tarpon, so who could blame this 15-footer for being opportunistic and trying to steal Green’s fish?


“After a battle for 15 seconds I found myself locked in the shark’s jaws as it thrashed a chunk from the top of my right thigh. I was lucky not to loose my sea cucumber instead. It was a quick and regrettable decision that I realise was a stupid move.” – Josh ferret Neille.


Watch as these Venus Flytraps catch all sorts of bugs, and they only get more satisfying to see as the clips goes on!


Watch this brutal demonstration of the correct way to kill a rattlesnake or any venomous snake. Neal Hunt uses the correct, easy, and ethical way to do so.


Hooper! Tie another buoy on! In a video uploaded online by Craig Hudson, the monster shark slowly drifts through the water and comes terrifyingly close to their small vessel 15km off the coast of Australia. After realising the shark was as big as the 16ft boat they were in, Mr Hudson said he quickly cut all of his fishing lines and instructed his son to sit in the bottom of the boat. ‘I was going to get out of there ASAP but thought I would get some footage as it is a once in a lifetime chance,’ he said.


At two-years-old, Venom has become a fixture on the micro bully scene and has attracted some sky-high offers from his eager fans. Owner Matt said: “We were offered $150,000 for Venom and that was before he was a year old and I thought it was pretty crazy, but he is a family member.”


In a battle between man and shark, only the one with the baseball bat will survive. These fishermen crushed the previous Mako record, and put their struggle to capture the beast online!


Bullfighting an incredibly controversial sport, with strong ties to tradition keeping it alive, while others see it as a disgusting display of animal cruelty.


Trouble has a way of finding you, you don’t really need to meet it halfway. Those are some words of advice my Dad would offer to me as a growing child. In the case of this video, the man behind the camera may have learned that lesson the hard way.