Yuki is a Shiba Inu that has been trained to do a whole lot of cool tricks. It even knows how to get arrested!
In the battle of man vs. beast, mankind often falls short on the physical side of things due to our stunning lack of claws, talons, beaks and huge fangs. We make up for this with our smarts, relative though they may be, and no weapon in our arsenal against woodland creatures is more formidable than the car. Except when it fails us.
“But when we were heading back to the boat, about a half hour after we’d got on that shark and it was really mellow, it turned on me. I was on the surface and it swam right at me. And since I didn’t have anything in my hands, I basically had to give this 12-foot tiger shark the Heisman. And that just shows how quickly things can change.” – Mark Healey
Talk about being stuck between a croc and a hard place. Life is cruel. The dogs were surely like, ‘Aw man, we chased him all the way here and the damn crocodile gets him’. Death by wild dogs would be fairly gruesome being eaten alive – probably a smarter and much quicker option choosing the crocodile.
The Peregrine Falcon, also known as the Duck Hawk (a fact you won’t soon forget after watching this video), is a spectacular bird of prey. Claiming the title of fastest member of the animal kingdom, a Peregrine Falcon can reach speeds in excess of 200mph during its characteristic high-speed hunting dives. If I had a pet falcon, I’d have it eat my neighbor’s chihuahua.
The director of wildlife at Texas’s Parks and Wildlife department said, “Two-thirds of the feral hog population has to be killed just to maintain their numbers. They are fervent breeders and we’ve found, for the money, aerial control is the most effective for feral hog management. We are reaching out to Texans asking them not to be too conservative with their harvests. We are encouraging them to cooperate with their neighbors, share costs and join forces. Working together is the only way we can gain the upper hand on this exploding nuisance and dangerous problem.”
A heron flies into a jaguar‘s enclosure at the zoo in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and finds out that the rules of the food chain still apply for zoo animals. Finally the Jaguar gets some kind of excitement. It always disturbs me to see big cats pace in their enclosure. You can see that they’re mentally disturbed from captivity.