It's not everyday you see over 30 inches of snow dropped in a single day, however, this is what Michigan residents are currently dealing with in the best way possible.... by hitching rides by those who don't need modern tech to get around, the Amish!
A family in Kununurra, Western Australia, watched on in horror on December 15 as a saltwater crocodile tucked into a cow near to the Lower Ord River in the remote Kimberley region.
Local man Brad Durack recorded footage of the killing, posting it to Facebook on Monday, December 18.
His wife Julia said it was like seeing her “worst nightmare unfurl.”She told the ABC that it was a good lesson for their kids: “That’s why we don’t go down to the the river,” she said, “because of the crocodiles.”
A young woman who didn’t return home from a walk with her two dogs was found mauled to death in a wooded area of Virginia Thursday night.
Was found in a wooded area by her father after he went looking for her when she didn’t return home from the walk. Goochland County Animal control has custody of the pit bulls, which will be euthanized.
It's not every day you see a guy walking down the street with a massive pet raccoon just sitting on his shoulder. But that's with these folks saw when they were recording this guy walked down the street with his girlfriend and his massive pet raccoon.
The raccoon does seem pretty friendly though, and even hopped onto another man's shoulder who was attempting to take a picture with him.
On 12/13/17, at approximately 9:30am, Macomb County Sheriff Deputies were called to a residence in Ray Township for a horse that had fallen into an ice covered pond.
Deputies responded and attempted to guide the horse out with ropes only to find that the horse could not get its legs above the ice.
The Ray Township Fire Department also responded. Police and fire worked together to break up the ice and guide the horse out. During the rescue, a deputy fell through the ice trying to attach a rope to the horse’s bridle.
He was quickly pulled from the pond and continued to help the horse. The owners were grateful and horse was checked out by its veterinarian. Both the horse and the deputy were uninjured.