An Indian forester was seriously injured in a fight with a bear, which he tried to protect from meeting with villagers, reports PenNews. Eyewitnesses filmed the confrontation of man and beast.
The incident occurred on the afternoon of March 21 in the vicinity of Karnil. Local residents reported to the Department of Forest Protection of the State of Andhra Pradesh about the new bear appeared on the shores of the reservoir Velugoda. The foresters managed to catch the clubfoot on the net, but when they tried to pull him ashore, the predator broke free and attacked the participating Vijay Kumar.
The frame shows how the beast rushes after its savior, drives it into the water and starts to tear it. Eyewitnesses came to the aid of the forester, who were throwing stones at the bear. On one of the men and the animal switched, throwing his victim in the water.
As a result of the incident, only Kumar was injured, he was taken to the hospital. The fate of the bear is not reported.
Three teenage schoolgirls were arrested today after shocking video was posted online showing two girls abusing a pair of kittens - including launching them in the air and letting them fall to the ground.
The footage, which appears to have been recorded on Snapchat, also shows the two girls aggressively rubbing the kittens together in a way to suggest a sexual act.
Hertfordshire police said that two 14-year-old girls and one 13-year-old girl, all from Stevenage, Hertfordshire, have been arrested on suspicion of causing unnecessary suffering to animals.
The footage shows two of the girls sitting on a bed and holding a kitten each, before throwing them into the air.
Both reach a sickening height, but only one of them has a soft landing.
A woman who stumbled across two venomous snakes engaging in an intense fight to the death has captured the shocking footage on camera.
Jenny Hillman was going for a walk near her property in Ballandean, Queensland - south of Stanthorpe near the New South Wales border - when she came across a red-bellied black snake battling it out with a larger snake.
Ms Hillman couldn't believe what she was seeing, so she pulled out her phone and started recording the intense battle between the two unlikely foes.
Trophy hunter Guy Gorney is caught on video creeping up on a sleeping lion. He takes the chance to shoot the lion and watching it in agony. He eventually kills the poor animal and is congratulated by his guide.
The definition of cowardice is a ‘lack of courage to face danger, difficulty, opposition, pain.’
By that criterion, it’s hard to think of a more appropriate way to describe the actions of American trophy-hunter Guy Gorney in a shocking video that’s gone viral, showing him killing a lion.
It’s one of those clips that grows more horrendous and unconscionable the more you watch it.
A racing pigeon considered one of the best ever was sold at an auction for a record $1.4 million.
According to PIPA.be, a pigeon-racing website based in Belgium which managed the auction, the pigeon named Armando grabbed the record-breaking amount after a bidding war ensued between two Chinese buyers.
On Sunday morning, the auction for Armando reached roughly $603,000 before jumping to the final $1.4 million mark in an hour.
The previous record for a single pigeon was about $427,000, said PIPA. PIPA said Armando is considered Belgium's best long distance bird of all time.
The Guardian reports Armando has been described as "the Lewis Hamilton of pigeons," an homage to the Formula 1 race car driver.
Timofey Yuriev of Irvington was walking his pooch Kira when he spotted two dogs crossing the ice — and falling in. The man jumped into the water to save the drowning animals. Kira also jumped in to join the rescue. Together, they broke through the ice to rescue the two dogs, which were each separately trapped in the water.
On the 7th of January 2019, in the late afternoon, Clinton Delport, was busy driving along the H14 road alone, towards the H9 when he spotted hyenas with young at the H9 and H14 junction, near the Kruger National park’s Phalaborwa gate. These were the same hyenas that were filmed feeding on a leopard later that month on the 14th of January 2019
Shocking footage from inside a Michigan laboratory reveals the brutal methods used on dozens of dogs being force-fed fungicide during a year long animal testing experiment.
Some 36 beagles at Charles River Laboratories in Mattawan, Michigan, are being subjected to a year-long toxicity study on behalf of an agricultural chemicals company looking to test their new fungicide.
The beagles who do not survive until the designated end date of the study in July this year, will be put down so their organs can be examined for damage.
A pack of Canadian wolves was airdropped into Michigan this month to help maintain the state’s growing moose populations. The wolves, who just a few weeks ago were living it up in the Ontario wilderness, were transported via helicopter to Michigan Isle Royale national park to help balance out the park’s problematic moose population.
A California family was left ‘heartbroken’ after shocking security footage showed their postman routinely dousing their rescue dog with pepper spray.
Owner Alfonso Galindo installed security cameras on the exterior of his San Diego home after he was left baffled by strange stain pattern that kept emerging on the ground of his front-yard for months.
However, the father-of-two was left ‘heartbroken’ when he reviewed footage from last Tuesday and saw his family’s beloved seven-year-old rescue dog, Pupa, writhing around in pain as a postman approaches his San Diego home.
On closer inspection, Galindo noticed the postman appeared to spray something from a canister at the poodle-mix’s face, as he barks excitably from behind a secure gate.