Remember that baby that almost got eaten by that crocodile and everyone was mad at Steve for a month? This boy is that baby. What a delightful, eloquent and well-mannered young man. Steve should be proud. It’s like Steve was never gone.
Sebastian Castella, who just weeks ago angered campaigners against the sport when he said animals “do not have rights”, was performing at the Bullring of La Santamaria in Bogota. The bull took out his legs with a swooping horn, then turned around and attacked him, tossing him up into the air like a ragdoll.
“Having found an awesome new rope swing to hang out at on those hot Aussie days, I found out that I’m not the only one swimming in those waters… I then hunt down the infamous bull shark that’s know to survive and thrive in both fresh and salt waters with a hand reel, and cook it up right at the rope swing for lunch the next morning.”
While some people online are convinced the animal in the video is a juvenile great white, others believe it is a bull shark. ‘That’s a juvenile great white! And as scary as that is it’s amazing. I’m a little confused as to how a GW is able to swim that far up stream,’ one wrote. Another said: ‘My brain tells me it should be a bull shark in that part of Sydney, but looking at the footage all I see is a baby great white.’ What do you guys think?
Two young men have been charged after video footage emerged of a quokka being kicked on Rottnest Island. The video, obtained by WAtoday, shows a man in a grey t-shirt and black jeans chasing the quokka around a tree and kicking it at least twice. The man can be heard saying ‘come here you little c*nt’ before kicking it a second time. The kick sends the small animal into a wall. It tries to run away from the man before the video ends after nine seconds.
Snowboarders have been getting harassed on ski mountains across the world since the very first day snowboarding came into being. Skiers have long hated snowboarders for crowding up the mountains and trashing the fresh powder. But this is the first instance we’ve seen of the wildlife rebelling against the sport of snowboarding.
In her latest daring adventure, Alison Teal, went free diving with the giant creatures off the coast of Hawaii, USA. Using only hand held dive lights, Alison dived 50 feet being careful not to touch the mantas as they fed off the plankton in the light streams. The awesome moment was captured by photographer Mark Tipple.
A body artist has been slammed by animal rights activists after drugged his hairless pet Sphynx cat and covered it in tattoos. The man, named only as Aleksandr, inked the animal, which he calls Demon, himself in the city of Yekaterinburg in central Russia’s Sverdlovsk Oblast region. Aleksandr, who has 10 tattoos on his own body, has given his hairless pet four major tattoos on its sides and chest. He said that he had to give Demon an anaesthetic so that he could stand the pain of the ink needle and admitted that he might not have been doing the right thing.
An autopsy carried out on Thursday (February 2) on a beached whale, which was found on the island of Sotra near Bergen last weekend, showed it had 30 plastic bags in its stomach as well as other plastic items. Several attempts were made to chase the six-metre-long Cuvier’s beaked whale back into the sea on Saturday (January 29), but eventually the whale had to be shot and it was later taken away to be examined.
In all fairness, who would think a bear could survive a fall out of a tree that high after being shot three times? But regardless, the young man on the ground learned the hard way. Never jump the gun too fast after shooting a bear. Bears will often let out what is known as a death moan as the animal is taking its last breaths, so it’s a good idea to wait for that signal before approaching the downed animal. That said, not all bears emit a death moan, so caution is always advised.
Every year in Japan, the disturbing Taiji dolphin hunt brutally kills and captures thousands of the marine mammals for commercial purposes. Pods of dolphins are first encircled and forced into a cove where they are surrounded with a net. The youngest and most attractive are captured to be sold to aquariums, most of the rest are killed for their meat.