Frantic surfers fled for their lives after suspected great white shark launched a savage attack on a seal just yards from show. A trail of blood could clearly be seen in the water as horrified onlookers were ushered off the sand and the beach was closed. A pair of desperate surfers, out on the ocean at Nauset beach in Orleans, America, frantically paddled to shore in the terrifying footage. Nisi Schlanger told NBC New York : "I was just pulling my board and people were yelling 'get out of the water, get out of the water'. I thought I was dead."
A Chinese man was bitten by a bear last Friday while trying to feed the animal at Beijing’s Badaling Safari Park. The same park was in the spotlight for similar reasons last year after two women were attacked by a tiger.
Hundreds of people ignored the distressed cries of a 'dog' trapped in a hot car during a social experiment. Only four people stopped and tried to help Annie the fake dog left abandoned in temperatures up to 30C. But in one positive moment, the film crew had to stop a passer-by who was moments away from calling the RSPCA out of concern for the trapped dog. The sites used across the UK over three days utilised realistic sound-effects while a camera set up camp in car parks and on streets.
The unidentified hero, believed to be from India, used unusual technique to retrieve the drowning pup
Villagers from the San Juan y Martinez area of western Cuba have flocked to ogle at the mutant creature
The snake was found under the bed after it slithered through into the window of their bed - after killing the family’s kitten. Thanapoom Lekyen, 42, said she had found the cat outside under the window ledge with a series of bite wounds when she entered her son’s bedroom in the morning last week then fled in terror after she spotted the animal’s shiny scales under the mattress. Fortunately her son, Nong, 13, had been sleeping in his mother’s room the night before and avoided being savaged by the serpent. Rescuers were eventually able to pick the snake inside a canvas bag and released back into the wild unharmed near the family’s home in Chaochoengsao, Thailand.
The aggressive attack was captured on a mobile phone and shows the terrified woman laying vulnerable on the ground as the animals tore into her head and arms. Two passing motorcyclists stopped and tried to help, although one appears to hit the housemaid with a towel rather than offering anything particularly useful. Bibi Jan was floored by the larger hog before the second swine joins in. The animals’ were probably aggressive because they were protecting their piglets, seen running off as the footage begins. Bibi was taken to hospital in Kavali town in Andhra Pradesh, India, where she was treated for bites on her face and arms. It comes amid a rising tide of pig brutality in the area. According to residents it was the third such attack that week by pigs and came shortly after a three-year-old boy was assaulted by the wild animals while the same pigs are also believed to be behind an attack on a teacher who was taken to hospital.
How could you solve a custody dispute over a pet? What if two people claimed a dog was their pet and you were unable to get any evidence from the in-demand pooch? American television's Judge Judy had a unique idea after two parties were arguing over being the rightful owner of a small dog. A couple told the court that they were the real owners of the dog after it was taken without their knowledge and sold. But the woman who bought the pooch claimed she bought the dog legally from someone selling the pooch on the street.
Customers at wont be wanting to purchase from this supermarket in Ukraine anytime soon
FROM MIRROR ONLINE - WARNING: DISTRESSING CONTENT Footage of the horrifying incident emerged after the teenage girl who filmed it showed her disgusted mum, who has come forward after reporting it A horse reacted in terror as yobs forced it to snort cocaine - and laughed when the terrified animal panicked. Footage of the horrifying incident emerged after the teenage girl who filmed it showed her disgusted mum, who has come forward after reporting it. Teens shared the disgusting footage, which was filmed about 8:30pm on Wednesday, on Snapchat and shared it among their friends in Hawarden, North Wales. The mum, who wishes to remain anonymous reported it to North Wales Horse Watch. In the clip the youths can be seen using a key to scoop out a small bump of a white powder, and while it is not known what the powder is, those sharing the video claim it is cocaine.
Macaws are not typically on the menu for ocelots—until the opportunity presents itself. During a recent birdwatching trip in Peru's Tambo Blanquillo private wildlife reserve, tourists were stunned to see the wildcat grab a red-and-green macaw and carry off its prize, still vigorously flapping its wings, into the forest. Stefano Raffo, the reserve's business manager who filmed the incident, says it's unusual to see predators in the act of catching prey. And on top of that, “it is really rare to catch it on camera.”
A drunk man had his hand bitten off by a bear after he jumped into the animal's zoo enclosure to feed it condensed milk. The 42-year-old's bloody attack was caught on CCTV as he ignored warning signs to climb over a fence in Irkutsk, Russia. According to reports, the man had consumed a lot of alcohol and wanted to give the bear something to drink. The bear sank its teeth into the 42-year-old's hand, refusing to let go. A nearby cafe worker ran to the man's rescue, beating the animal off before calling an ambulance and rushing the him to hospital. CCTV captures the moment the man is carried from the scene on a stretcher - clutching one arm to his chest. Russian national Alexander Lopukhin, 44, survived after brawling with the "psycho" animal for 10 minutes before it eventually retreated. Battered Alexander revealed at one stage of the mauling he was "convinced he would die" but managed to grab the bear by its head and punch it to stay alive. The female bear, whose cub was nearby, was stunned following the attack before it walked off. With blood pouring from his wounds, and the tip of his nose almost severed, Lopukhin then walked four miles through a forest until his phone came back within coverage and he could summon help.
Astonishing footage shows a lioness who was abandoned jump and hug her animal expert friend in South Africa
A brutal dog owner was caught kicking his Jack Russell in the street in front of horrified passers-by. In a shocking video, a man is seen kicking his small brown-and-white dog in Toxteth, Liverpool, sending him flying into the air. The terrified animal appears to try to run away but is pulled back by his lead. The incident is believed to have happened around 4.20pm on Wednesday, near the Tesco in Toxteth. An RSPCA spokesman said: 'The RSPCA was made aware yesterday evening of footage circulating on social media which showed a man kicking a dog in a street in Liverpool. 'We are assisting Merseyside police in their investigations. We urge anyone who has any information to contact the police on 101, or the RSPCA’s appeals line on 0300 123 8018.'
A family has settled a lawsuit against the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) for taking a girl's unattended dog and euthanizing it. The agreement was confirmed Wednesday by PETA and the family's attorney. The settlement dims what could have been a very public spotlight on the international animal rights organization and its controversial animal shelter in Virginia.
FROM MIRROR ONLINE - A baby dolphin has died after sunbathers reportedly pulled it from the sea and posed for selfies with it on a packed tourist beach. The small female, still of breastfeeding age, lost its mother and became stranded in shallow waters off the coast of southern Spain. Holidaymakers allegedly took it out of the water, before stroking it and passing it round for pictures on the beach in Mojacar last week. Children were seen accidentally covering the creature's blowhole as they joined the crowds gathering around to photograph and touch it. Marine conservationists raced to the scene at the seaside resort in Almería province, which is popular with British ex-pats and tourists.
WARNING, CONTAINS SCENES YOU MAY FIND DISTRESSING: In horrifying footage, posted to Instagram, the two thugs repeatedly throw the tiny kitten against a wall and kick it A defenceless kitten was brutally tortured by two teenage girls who hurled it against the wall. In horrifying footage, posted to Instagram, the two thugs repeatedly throw the tiny kitten against a wall and kick it during the attack in an abandoned building. The terrified animal desperately tries to flee but the girls catch it each time and continue their torture. One of the teenagers even gets her seven-year-old sister to join in the gruesome abuse and even praises her when she hurls it against the wall and kicks it. At one point in the sickening clip, the girls seem to think they have killed the kitten as it lies on the ground motionless and with blood pouring from its mouth. Amazingly, the cat survived and was treated by vets for serious head injuries and a broken leg. It is now receiving round-the-clock care. The injured kitten was found by other children who saw the appalling broadcast on Instagram and rushed to the abandoned building in Kinel, Samara region, in Russia, Locals reported it to police who are speaking to the young girl and her mother. The identity of the other teenager involved in the case is not known. The young girl's mum said: "I am shocked with this horror, like everyone else. "Do you think it is easy for me now to stay at work when I am appalled with what my daughter had done? "I do not approve of what she inflicted on the kitten but I will protect her. She is my child, it could have happened to anyone." The girls involved have a family cat and the youngest girl is said to "love it and takes care of it". Her mum said: "I cannot understand where such cruelty comes from. We have been called to report to the police." The family were also fostering another cat called Judy - and an animal shelter has removed it.
This is the tense moment passengers visiting the Natal Lion Park, watch on as one female wildcat clamps down onto the vehicle's spare tyre as they try to pull away.
Villager Gao Baiqi, who owns the sow, said he had "never ever seen anything like it" after the piglet was born with a parasitic twin Gao, who lives in Fe County in Linyi City in China's eastern Shandong Province, spotted the little piglet among the rest of the sow's litter after they were born.
Stray dogs living near a river have been turning the heads of locals thanks to their bizarre blue fur. But while their bright coats may look fun, the reason behind the change in hue is a little more sinister. It is thought the colourful hounds are turning blue after wading into the Kasadi River, located near Navi Mumai, in India which has been contaminated by untreated industrial waste. About five dogs have so far been spotted sporting the blue fur. A water quality test by the local municipal corporation found the level of oxygen in the waste treatment (needed to sustain aquatic life) was inadequate, reports the Hindustan Times .
Drone footage shows a few unsuspecting swimmers in Laguna Beach swimming besides a gray whale, seemingly unaware the mammal was close by.
On August 12 in Yakutsk about half of the second night on the street Chernyshevsky in the shopping center "Asia" the driver of the car "Toyota Premio" knocked down a horse on the roadway to death. The moment of the accident was removed by the DVR of the car driving on the opposite lane. Children, pregnant women and especially impressionable videos are not recommended.
On video frames the car at high speed knocks the animal, without attempting to brake. From a strong blow, the horse, by inertia, crashes into a car traveling on the opposite lane. Apparently, the driver of Toyotota simply did not see the horses because of the headlights of the cars.
According to a source in the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Yakutia, a report on the administrative offense was filed against the driver of the "Toyota Premio" under Article 12.15 of Part 1 of the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation "Excess of Speed". As the examination showed, the driver was sober. It should be noted that in recent times information has often been received about the finding of horses in the streets of Yakutsk.
Newly-released body camera footage from Mesa Police Officer Robert Goodrich shows the moments before , during and after he jumped into action. "I knew I had a snare in my truck and that canal is very slippery," he said. "It could be deceiving, but I had to pretty much straddle it so I didn't fall in myself." The dog, named Sparky, was caught on camera 30 minutes after the pup chase some ducks and fell into the canal. Sparky's owner, John, had to watch helplessly as his best friend floated away. "He's my every day guy," he said. John thought it would be the last time they saw each other. "I can't imagine what the days would have been like without him," he said. John is a veteran of the Vietnam War and Sparky helps him with his post-traumatic stress disorder. When he got the call later that morning that Sparky was alive thanks to a quick-thinking officer, he knew he needed to meet the man who made it all happen. "We're both veterans, have a lot of respect for each other," John said. "I think that he has a love of dogs like me. He understands how much this guy means to me, he has some of his own. I want to say thanks, and I think he knows how much I appreciate him."
The lioness survived but will probably never come 10 feet close to a hippo again.
A baby bowhead whale was stranded at the bay of the Sea of Okhotsk near Bolshoi Shantar Island in eastern Russia, early on Thursday. The young animal swam into the bay but was unable to leave due to the low tide. Trying to escape from the area, the whale reportedly injured himself.
The incident was captured on video at the Yokohama Yakkeijima Sea Paradise in Japan and uploaded to social media.