A calf born without any front legs has been filmed staggering around on its back legs appearing to walk like a HUMAN BEING.
The bizarre footage, thought to have been filmed in Indonesia, shows the calf walking around on its hind legs, making it appear the same height as a small man.
It doesn't appear to be in full control and is constantly wobbling, eternally close to falling over.
Meanwhile a man appears in the video watching the farmyard animal closely.
At one point the calf stumbles over towards the man who seems to push it away.
Stray dogs set upon and killed a baby girl as she crawled outside her house after being left in the care of her five-year-old brother.
The 14-month-old baby was 'savaged' in a gruesome attack, and although she was rushed to hospital, she was sadly later pronounced dead.
CCTV caught the horrifying scene as Riya Sahu was attacked outside her home in the Anupam Nagar area of Raipur in the central Indian state of Chhattisgarh.
The footage shows the tiny baby crawling just moments before the tragedy.
A police spokesman said locals saw two dogs attack the child and rushed over to help.
He said they successfully drove away the animals but by that time they had savaged the little girl.
Well, just when you think you've seen it all, here come the amish with their horse buggies doing donuts in a parking lot.
A good Samaritan had his testicle ripped off by a dog after trying to stop it attacking a young woman.
The 47-year-old man came to the rescue as the woman was set upon by two aggressive dogs in the street.
The American Staffordshire Terriers then turned on two men in the city of Iasi, Iasi County, north-eastern Romania.
Disturbing video shows the pair trying to fight off the frenzied animals which had escaped from a nearby house.
Tense moment a bull-shark tries to escape from a pod of over ten hippopotamus' in the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, in South Africa.
A deadly snake was filmed trying to slither back out of a cormorant's throat after the bird swallowed it whole in a dramatic fight to the death.
Aleks Ceklic spotted the highly venomous dugite, one of Australia's most deadly serpents, wrestling with the seabird, also known as a shag, while he was walking his dog at Mangles Bay Beach in Rockingham, Western Australia, on Sunday at about 11am.
As the 37-year-old filmed the battle, the cormorant swallowed the snake whole but the creature could be seen trying to wriggle back up out of its beak to escape its clutches.
HR advisor Aleks, from Perth, said: "I was walking my dog and I saw the shag with this snake in its mouth.
"I realised it was a dugite, a highly venomous land-based snake.
Bobcat writhes in agony after being shot by hunter with night goggles
This is a situation no one would want to find themselves in.
Completely surrounded and just feet away from them, two brave jet-skiers film the moment a 15-strong gang of sharks embark on a bloody feeding frenzy.
The 15 male sharks, who were 'aggressive and organised', were attacted to a school of bait fish in the clear wayer of Noose on Queensland's Sunshine Coast in Australia.
Fishermen on jet-skis had a front row seat to the chilling feast as the sharks gorged themselves as their dorsal fins spun frantically as they tried to devour every last morsel.
The close encounter was just minutes after the pair had run into a great white shark and a tiger shark.
You Won't Believe Why This Cow Is Standing In The Water!
When a farmer noticed two of his champion roosters had gone missing - the blame went to a deadly 15ft long python with a bulging belly.
Nut Wattana had woken up in his home in Pathum Thani, Thailand and noticed two of his best roosters had gone.
He initially thought they might have fled their coop but was horrified when he noticed a python hanging from the roof with a massive swelling in its body.
He enlisted the help of rescuers to try and get the snake to regurgitate the fighting cock.
A pair of cockfighters were hauled before the courts after they posted videos bragging about the barbaric blood sport on Facebook.
Bill Ripley, 46, and Moses Brinkley, 61, from Bean, Kent, posted graphic videos of the birds pulling out mouthfuls of feathers and pecking each other in the eyes with their sharp beaks.
The men, built a makeshift pit next to a caravan for the birds to fight, and RSPCA officers found 242 cockerels at their traveller site.
A video of a man swinging dogs by a rope is now being investigated by officials in Louisiana.
The footage, taken in Baton Rouge, shows a man walking with two dogs tied with a rope.
When he approaches a street, he pulls the rope and swings the two dogs in the air several times before throwing them in the road.
The dogs can be heard yelping as they hit the ground before running off. The person in the video is allegedly a student at Plaquemine High School.
But officials said he wasn’t the young man in the video. “The young man from Plaquemine High School shared the video, he was not involved in the incident itself,” the Plaquemine Police Department said Monday afternoon, WWL-TV reported.
Deputies searched the area and found the dogs safe Monday. They didn’t suffer serious injuries, according to the report, adding that the animals were returned to their owner.
THOUSANDS of flying foxes died in an Australian heatwave so severe it has melted tarmac.
The animals fell from the trees as they were boiled alive in temperatures exceeding 40C in Campbelltown in New South Wales.
A local animal charity posted these pictures of the dead flying foxes
Animal welfare volunteers battled to save the lives of the hundreds of babies and some adults in distress but the death toll is believed to be in the thousands.
A spokesman from the charity Help Save the Wildlife and Bushlands in Campbelltown said: "The efforts of our volunteers yesterday was both heroic and heartbreaking.
"In extremely trying conditions they worked tirelessly to provide sub-cutaneous fluids to the pups that could be reached and many lives were saved.
"But sadly many lives were lost too.
"Hundreds of mainly young flying-foxes were lost to the heat yesterday and the final count could run to thousands."
It’s the duty of every cat in the kingdom to teach their young how to hunt.
This video highlights how efficient and skilled the young quickly become.
Predators also hunt along tar roads, as their victims might not always find it so easy to get a grip, making them slip and become vulnerable targets.
A hunter and his son risked their lives to save a terrified deer trapped on a frozen lake.
Michael Konopka and his son, Christian, were stalking animals when they found the frightened animal.
With a rope tied around his waist, Michael edged out on the thin ice , which can be heard cracking below his feet.
The animal tries to flee as the hunter gets closer but eventually Michael manages to grab him and carry him back to safety.
Michael is then filmed releasing the deer in the snowy bank next to the Monongahela River in Pennsylvania.
Rescued American Alligators surviving recent freezing temperatures.
She may be completely inebriated after a night of partying, but she absolutely refuses to allow this dead Fox to lie on the side of the road any longer.
Watch as her friend's attempt to get her to put down the dead Fox only to realize that she is just way too drunk and way too much of an animal lover to ever do so.
This is the heart-stopping moment a giant 50,000-pound humpback whale protected an unsuspecting snorkeler from a SHARK by pushing her through the water.
The stunning video Nan Hauser and her team were able to capture - including point-of-view footage - show how the whale pushed whale biologist Nan with his head and his mouth.
The male tucked her under its pectoral fin - and even lifted the biologist out of the water on one occasion - which cannot be seen in the clip.
Nan, 63, believes it is proof of whale's intuitive nature to protect other species of animal - including humans - something she believes has never been captured on film.
This old man was attempting to release the squirrel back into the wild only to quickly realize that was a huge mistake when a cat comes along and snatches it right from the tree it was released on to.
A boar was shot to dead in southwest China's Chongqing municipality on Tuesday after rampaged through the city in an attempt to look for food.
Surveillance video showed that the brown boar dashed into a local store and rummaged around before left Kaizhou district at 7:34 on Tuesday morning.
The boar then ran into a residential living compound and knocked a female down.
The boar was shot dead after residents reported the incident to the police.
An enthralling video showing a rare white tiger sneaking up on a zoo visitor before attempting to attack him through the glass of its enclosure has been posted online.
The 30-second clip was filmed at China's Chiemlong Safari Park last month.
A man can be seen calmly standing with his back to the animal as he poses for pictures while the big cat stalks him silently.
The tiger only pounces, with frightening speed, when the man turns around.
Luckily the glass held up to the attack and the man escaped unharmed.
When a group of elk had fallen through some thin ice on a lake in Wyoming, community members of a town banded together to rescue them. They created a path in the ice to drag the elk out of the lake one by one. Every single elk survived the long ordeal thanks to the efforts of the townspeople.
Squirrel Froze To Death Trying To Catch A Nut
A police officer bludgeoned a golden retriever to death in public after the animal attacked two pedestrians.
The cop, who was not named, is said to have used a thick wooden pole and slowly beat the dog to death over the course of three hours as passers-by watched on in horror.
The animal was tied to a barrier in the middle of the street when the policeman struck it, in an incident caught in distressing footage.
Authorities from Changsha, capital of Hunan Province in central China, said they had not been equipped with tranquilisers and did not want to shoot the dog because they feared the ricocheting bullet might injury a pedestrian.
The owner of the distressed dog could not be found.
Tarryn Rae (32), has been a field guide in the Pilanesberg National Park for almost five years and is currently working as a field guide for Mankwe Gametrackers who offers a morning game drives, which is when this excitement took place.
This is the heart-stopping moment a petrified pooch is filmed clinging to balcony railings of a third floor flat as it tries not to fall.
Seconds later the animal loses its grip and plunges to the ground.
Thankfully, quick-thinking residents in Parque Amazônia, Goiania, Brazil, had already rushed to grab a sheet.
And a cheer goes up as the adorable dog is caught safely and uninjured.
The pet's owner Jean Siqueira, who was not at home when the incident happened, said pooch Tina had been scared by fireworks and tried to escape by running onto the balcony.
A man was caught pushing a lion into the back of his car before driving off with the animal sticking its head out the window.
Yakub Dalgatov was filmed putting what appeared to be an almost fully grown lion into the back of his car and leaving a window open for the big cat to look out.
The lion, named Gaydar, was clearly unwilling to get into the car but Mr Dalgatov forced it onto the back seat and closed the door behind it.
The big cat nearly escaped through the open window but Mr Dalgatov caught it and shoved it back inside his car.
The incident was filmed by an eyewitness with a smartphone in the city of Makhachkala, the capital of south-western Russia's Dagestan Republic.
Gaydar was on a lead but was not wearing a muzzle in the clip which is believed to have been filmed several months ago but only just appeared on video-sharing platforms.
Police launched an investigation after the video proved popular online and quickly identified and questioned Mr Dalgatov.
He told officers that the video was old and that he had got rid of the lion in April 2017, although it is unclear how he did so.