Drones have become increasingly popular for filming wild animals from a close distance. But on Wednesday, one poor drone fell victim to the very subject it was trying to capture: a group of Siberian tigers.
The impressive footage was filmed at the Siberian Tiger Park in northeast China’s Heilongjiang Province. As the drone approached to get close-up footage of the big cats, they chased it down before one agile feline snatched it out of the air.
Listed as an endangered animal in China, Siberian tigers have seen their number drop sharply in recent decades due to a change in habitats and illegal poaching.
Earlier this month, the Siberian Tiger Park already made international headlines after pictures circulated online of obese tigers at the park.
Apparently dogs are evil according to these 2 Muslim women who seem to have a problem with the man being friendly to them and stating that it's a friendly dog and that there are more than welcome to pet him.
Evil Richard Cheshire, 34, was captured on CCTV kicking the cowering pooch in a lift before giving a thumbs up for the camera. JPs heard the yob threw his pet - called Pablo - across the floor, stamped on his head and spat on him during the callous attack last September. Shocking footage filmed by security cameras at the tower block where Cheshire lives in Oldbury, West Mids., shows him violently kicking the terrified animal. Unemployed Cheshire pleaded guilty to causing unnecessary suffering to a dog when he appeared at Birmingham Magistrates Court on Monday (20/2).
New video footage shows a large hammerhead shark swimming around amid other fish and a number of nurse sharks on the sea bad off the coast of the Bahamas, when suddenly, the hammerhead lunged at the filmer’s GoPro camera before retreating. Thanks to the wide-angle lens dome inside it, the camera wasn’t taken away.
Terrifying moment ZEBRA attacks zookeeper and drags him into the bushes as tourists watch on in horror
Other employees can be seen chasing after the zebra with sticks to save their colleague.TERRIFYING mobile phone footage has captured the moment a zoo employee was attacked by an enraged zebra and violently dragged into the bushes.
The dramatic incident took place at the Chimelong Safari Park in Guangzhou, capital of South China’s Guangdong Province – and the viral video comes just days after a male tourist was mauled to death by a tiger in an East China zoo.
In the 15-second clip, which has since been viewed tens of millions of times on China’s popular microblogging site Sina Weibo, tourists can be heard gasping as the zebra clamps its teeth into the zoo employee’s arm.
The man, surnamed Li, stumbles and falls to the ground as the animal drags him along, and a number of other employees can be seen chasing after the zebra with sticks to save their colleague.
Chimelong Safari Park confirmed the incident in a public statement and said Li had only suffered “minor injuries”.
He was also freed within two minutes of the sudden attack, the reasons behind which are still unclear, reports said.
zebra latches on to the unlucky zookeeper.
A man, who was attacked by a tiger in Yageer Zoo in the city of Ningbo, east China’s Zhejiang Province, has been confirmed dead.
Witnesses at the scene have said that the man, who has not been identified, had approached the tiger at a close distance before being dragged into the beast’s enclosure.
Zoo workers tried to distract the tiger with firecrackers and water guns. Local media reported that the tiger was shot dead afterwards.
The man was initially hospitalized for injuries suffered during the incident, but was pronounced dead hours later.
MCCALL, Idaho - One of two horses found stranded in rural central Idaho has been rescued with the help of a group of volunteers and a helicopter.
Volunteers with Idaho Horse Rescue on Tuesday flew in to a remote Valley County mountain to rescue the horse.
Volunteers were able to drop to the ground from the helicopter, tranquilize the horse and place it in a sling. The helicopter then carried the horse off the mountain.
Idaho Horse Rescue is now taking care of the horse, which is expected to fully recover. The horse had been stranded for weeks. Officials say it was in poor condition and likely wouldn't have survived much longer on the mountain.
The other horse stranded on the mountain has not been spotted for several days.