Most bears in this world are stronger, and much faster than you. They also climb trees, so that’s not a foolproof plan to get away from one. So why haven’t bears conquered humanity and set up global honey conglomerates? Honestly, it’s because most bears aren’t conqueror types and typically don’t attack humans unless they feel threatened or are starving. So to keep this eons-long truce between our species in place, it is imperative that we reciprocate by not acting like clowns while visiting our beautiful forests and the other domains of the mighty bear.
I sphynx they’re terrifying as shit. Nothing good makes that kind of noise. Keep in mind though that when you do stuff like this, your animal is literally fearing for it’s life and has no idea what you’re doing or if you’re some kind of terrifying venomous animal. Having said that, cruel or f**ken funny? Let us know in the comment section now!
The lads from WildFox Productions captured this footage in the cold waters of New Zealand where they caught themselves some Kingfish, Snapper, Blue Moki, Crayfish and more. Looks like fun times!
National Geographic Magazine’s annual photo contest will be closed for new entries tomorrow, and the grand prize winner will receive $10,000 and a trip to National Geographic headquarters to participate in its annual photography seminar. This is just a handful of some of the best entries out of the thousands of photos from this year’s competition.
It’s almost like it’s your teeth sinking into the neck of a wild buck! Self-proclaimed “Lion Whisperer” Kevin Richardson decided to take a GoPro camera and strap it to the back of a daring lioness named Meg as she prowls through the wild plains of South Africa. He trails a few feet behind her, offering commentary as she stalks her prey.
Do you remember the first time you had buck fever? This was nine-year-old Savannah’s first experience shooting a deer while hunting with her father. She was shaking like a leaf on a tree, but it wasn’t from the cold, it was from a massive dose of adrenalin. Young Savannah had her first taste of buck fever. She was so excited about the deer that she wouldn’t turn around when her dad told her there was a big horn sheep on the hill behind her. “Nobody cares about the big horned sheep!” Best line ever. This kid is going places.
Galapagos Islands is home to many species. One of the most remarkable is the Hammerhead Shark which is currently classified as an endangered species in the IUCN red list. Their migrations can be witnessed in such numbers that are hard to estimate and are truly breath taking. Enjoy this footage of the shark sanctuaries of Darwin’s Arch and Wolf Island in the far northwest corner of the Galapagos.
It’s no secret that crows are brilliant. They’ve been known to engage in human-like sophisticated behaviour. But today we get a crow channeling a darker side of humanity when it turns belligerent, telling a man “f**k you,” after the man said “f**k you, motherf**ker” to it when the bird hopped too close for comfort. I, for one, welcome our new crow overlords.