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This footage shows a team of divers awaiting the arrival of sharks after luring the animals to them with the use of tuna heads hanging from ropes. The team of experienced divers however could not have bargained for such a close encounter with one of the animal kingdom’s most efficient killing machines!


It’s a tough world out there. One day you’re the top of the food chain, striking fear in the hearts of all those who behold you. The next, you’re being chased down by a group of false killer whales that want to snack on your body like an anchovy.

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We all know those morning feels, when it’s time to get out of bed, but it’s just so damn comfy. This husky wants to chill in the bath and play in the water, but not even the prospect of a walk will stop this husky complaining!


A massive humpback whale paid a visit to Knudson Cove Marina in Alaska, allowing visitors the chance to get an up-close look. Strike Zone Sportfishing shared video of the rare encounter captured by Captain Cy Williams and noted that the whales had been appearing frequently in the area for several days. Incredible stuff.

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Live octopus is considered a delicacy in South Korea, and this woman took the challenge on. If you try and swallow too much at a time, the tentacles can stick to your throat and cause you to choke. One last piece of payback from the octopus!

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Do you think it’s a joke when people say everything is trying to kill you in Australia? Russian road rage is all about baseball bats, but Australian road rage is all about unprovoked kangaroo attacks!

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A bile farm is exactly what it sounds like. Bears are held in captivity and their bile is collected for medical purposes. This is happening in China and Vietnam, and the practice is very painful for the bears. This bear escaped a bile farm, and is only now experiencing what swimming is like.

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“So I returned home to Scotland this morning for a week…I was reunited with my best friend after 7 months. Been through thick and thin with this boy.”

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Dinosaurs aren’t dead, they are living in Australia, swallowing whole pig heads after crushing their bones to bites. The pressure in that jaw is so intense!

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When Marek Słodkowski discovered that his horse Freedom accidentally fell into a maintenance pit in his barn in Poland he called local firefighters to help him bring her to safety.


They sure are cute from far away and in kids books, but f**k me when you get up close they’re like a jacked demonic rat dragon. Imagine that bastard coming up to the window like that at night. I would sh*t myself and scream like a woman.


Don’t feed the bears! That’s what any park ranger will tell you. What they don’t tell you is not to hug, kiss or cuddle the bears, either. Probably because that seems pretty obvious — and deadly. But all rules are off for Jim Kowalczik and his Kodiak bear buddy Jimbo!

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There is something so relaxing about watching these giant creatures demolish giant fruit. Their vice-like jaws smash straight through these watermelons, creating an explosion of juice!


A couple of large tuna were swimming around a harbour in Spain and these locals and tourists starting feeding them. Of course, anytime there is free food to be found, seagulls show up as well. This one seagull landed at the wrong place and wrong time to find himself swallowed alive!


In times of war, that woman’s voice would make a great air-raid siren. The Florida man was just dangling his arm above the water at a pier when a huge fish suddenly jumped up and latched onto his arm. On-lookers screamed in panic. The man and bystanders tried to help him wrestle with the fish to get free. After dragging it along the the pier he eventually pulled the fish from his arm. The big fish flopped back into the water. Tarpons can grow up to eight feet long and weigh 280 lbs.


Moviegoers who see Disneynature’s new True Life Adventure film Born in China during its opening week in 2017 will benefit World Wildlife Fund (WWF). Based on opening-week attendance, Disneynature, via the Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund, will make a contribution to WWF to help protect wild pandas and snow leopards in China. Check out a new Born in China trailer featuring breathtaking footage from the film now.


“A shark attack has been the greatest thing that’s ever happened to me.”​ Mike Coots, a surfer and photographer, didn’t let a life-threatening encounter with a tiger shark dampen his love for the ocean. Not only did he get right back in the water as soon as he could, he is now a pioneer of amputee surfing and pushes the limits of prosthetic technology.

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The Toronto Zoo is investigating after a video surfaced online appearing to show a woman jumping over a protective fence to recover a hat that fell inside a tiger’s pen. “You’re a moron, you’re a moron,” a man can be heard shouting. “You’re a bad example to everyone else’s kids.”