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Sunday, November 27, 2011

Great Laptop Deals and Reviews

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Sunday, July 10, 2011

Animals Attacking People Compilation (Warning Graphic)

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Very Graphic video footage of animals attacking and possibly killing humans, viewer beware, this video of people being attacked by animals is very intense.

The Bigfoot Video and Mystery on Animal Planet

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Watch a comprehensive video about Bigfoot the Sasquatch Human like Creature believed to roam American, South American and Asian rainforests and woodlands..

Horse Kicking People

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Warning Graphic Video footage of a Horse Kicking Children, women, and men

Rattle Snake Bites Man

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Lions Attack Trainer

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Lions Attack their trainer at circus

Saturday, July 2, 2011

Alligator Killed by Electric Fish

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Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Boy eaten by Crocodile, Video of Human body parts being removed from a Crocodile

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Saturday, July 3, 2010

Man is Killed By Lion and Lion is Shot.

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This is a disturbing killing in both aspects!

Lion eats man at circus.

A man is attacked and killed by a lion while in a viewing cage. The officer shoots and seems to also injure the victim, while the lion is killed. The man attacked by the lion is totally helpless and would have died anyways, the bites and clawing where the real injury along with shock.

Man is eaten alive by a killer tree. (Afliction)

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These are actually warts, a violent form of an affliction that comes from a plant in where he lives. The scrape on his knee introduces his body to a toxin that allows for these roots to develop. While it is disturbing, he is actually being consumed by a tree.

Bot Fly makes a meal out of one mans back

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Disturbing and not for the squeamish. Several bot flies are removed from a mans back.
Bot fly eggs can be found in the hairs of mosquitoes, although the fly itself can bite and deposit their eggs as well, if left untreated, the larvae would have grown and left huge craters when they depart from their hosts. These bot flies are very hard to remove, as seen in this video!  

Man attacked by a Chimpanzee

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A man is attacked by a wild chimp, breaking his fingers and fracturing his wrists. The Chimp attacks out of rage for not being fed. Shocking footage of the tough fight to save his own life from a chimp attack. This man fights off some tough little chimps. When Chimps Attack, should be the title, but as you will see it should be, Run it's a Chimp!

Karla Nash the Woman Attacked by a Chimp Reveals Her Face to Opera: WARNING Very Graphic

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This is the aftermath of having your face ripped off by a deranged chimp. Scary, and disturbing to witness the extent of her injuries. She had to have her eyes removed, due to the infection that arose from the chimp pulling off her eyelids! Karla Nash interview, disturbing footage, please take caution. 

Tiger attacking a man

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Tiger attacks guy on elephant and survives with some severe injuries to his arm and hands. The tiger clearly is attacking due to having attacked men before and viewed these men as a meal. Tiger attacking a man like this on video is rare.

Friday, July 2, 2010

Whale Attacks and Kills a Man

Video of a whale attack that killed a man. The whale attacks in a rage killing one and attempting to drown others!

Swimming with Carnivores: Shamu Attacks and Bites Girl - Killer Whale Attacks Helpless Seaworld trainer

Swimming with Carnivores: Killer Whale Kills Trainer- Third Death by Tilikum The Orca (Life History of Tilikum)

Ever ask yourself why Killer Whales are called “Killer Whales?”

I’ve been to Sea World and watched the Shamu Performance, the trainer getting tossed straight up in the air and diving back into the water, riding on the backs of one of the largest carnivorous creatures in the Seas. Is it surprising that these animals are capable of not being the tame creatures they are made out to be, and attacking their trainers?

2/24/2010 The most recent death caused by a captive Orca takes place during a Shamu show at Sea World in Orlando, Fla. The most dominant Killer Whale at the park Tilikum, or Tilly as he is referred to by his trainers, the largest male Orca in this Seaworld facility and the most accredited with inflicting human harm, killed Trainer Dawn Brancheau, 40, in front of an audience. Dawn was considered as the closest trainer in contact with Tilikum out of the 25 other trainers at the Amusement Park.

According to the park the whale jumped up to the trainers platform, grabbed and dragged the trainer under the water. Tilly then shook her trainer and killed her before the park was able to sound their alarms and evacuate their guests. CBS Video

This is the third death linked to Tilly. A former contractor with SeaWorld told the Orlando Sentinel that Tilikum, is typically kept isolated from SeaWorld’s other killer whales in exhibition and that his trainers were not allowed to get in the water with him because of the past violent history.

Seaworld Killer Whales

Although there are a few different conflicting accounts of the attack related to the incident, the park finally admitted to the event’s happenings. Chuck Tompkins, the head of “animal training” at all SeaWorld parks, and possibly no longer, said that Trainer Dawn Brancheau was affectionately rubbing the whale down after a noontime show Wednesday when the whale grabbed her and pulled her in. There was a police report filed claiming that she had fallen or slipped in. A retired couple from Michigan told The Associated Press that Wednesday’s killing happened as a noontime show was coming to an end, with some of the audience staying behind to watch.

Another audience member, Victoria Biniak, apparently told Orlando’s WKMG-TV the Killer whale “took off really fast in the tank, and then he came back, shot up in the air, grabbed the trainer by the waist and started thrashing around, and one of her shoes flew off.”

Tilikum was also involved in a 1999 death where a man who had sneaked by SeaWorld Security and stayed in the park after it closed, was found in Tillikum’s tank the next morning, naked and draped across the whale’s body. His swim trunks were found in the water and his body was scraped, a sign that Tillikum had dragged him around the bottom and sides of the tank and more or less used him as a play toy. Although there was a lawsuit filed, the plaintiffs withdrew their complaint, more than likely because Seaworld settled outside of court.

In 1991, the same 11,000-pound Orca, along with two female whales, drowned a young part-time trainer named Keltie Byrne at Sealand of the Pacific in Canada. A SeaWorld representative then, said Tilikum was one of three orcas blamed for killing a trainer in 1991 after the woman lost her balance and fell in the pool at Sealand of the Pacific near Victoria, British Columbia.

Baby and it's Mother

Steve Huxter, who was the head of Sealand’s animal care and training department then, said after this most recent event he’s surprised it happened again. He says Tilikum was a “well-behaved, balanced animal.”


This leaves me questioning the term “Trained Whale”. Would it possible that maybe these captive animals act out in rage against their captivity, or play out their urges on unsuspecting trainers and quests.

In 1994 San Antonio, Texas, another killer whale, not Tilly, attacked a trainer at the SeaWorld Adventure Park as thousands of stunned park visitors watched. The victim luckily walked away from the incident uninjured, or at least the park claims.

Wednesday’s attack was the second time in a little over two months that an orca trainer was killed at a marine theme park. On December 24th, 29-year-old Alexis Hernandez tossed from a killer whale and crushed his ribcage at Loro Parque on the beautiful Spanish island of Tenerife. The Park officials there said the whale, a 14-year-old Orca named Keto, made a sudden unexpected move as the two practiced a stunt in which a whale lifts the trainer and leaps into the air.

There has been press leaks that “Trainers” are told and trained not to respond verbally as to not upset the watching audience if they are attacked, or bitten. Which suggests that maybe this is also an attempt to keep the attacks unnoticed when they occur. To an untrained eye, a trainer could easily be attacked and pulled around in what may look to an audience as part of the show, but unlike this last attack there was no hiding the incident.

Nov 30, 2006 A trainer at yet another SeaWorld Adventure Park was hospitalized after a killer whale grabbed him and twice held him underwater during a performance. The trainer was released a few days later and said he didn’t blame the whale for the attack.

* What bothers me the most about this whole ordeal is that they are willing to keep these creatures who can cause harm, and risk a multi-million dollar lawsuit but they won’t spend the money to reintroduce them back into the wild. Which could easily be done, and cost less then this woman’s husband who could very well sue *&^&$*# pants off these idiots who allowed this creature to even have a place in their parks facility! Author’s Opinion

There has been over 1000 such attacks across the world in the last 12 years. Leading this writer to think that maybe these animals should just be viewed, and not played with. But Killer whales are not the only species that people try to tame and use as a money source in the Entertainment Industry. As I’m sure many of you readers can remember any number of Elephant attacks, Tiger attacks, Leopard, Panda bears, Lions and even other Animal attacks in the last few years.

The San Diego Seaworld Facility has announced, due to the recent death, that they will close their Killer Whale Exhibit for the next few days.

09/11/04 A Worker at the Wildlife Prairie State Park lost his leg after a black bear mauled him. The then 5-year-old bear was out of his den when worker entered the bear’s pen to feed him. Officials think gate to bear’s den had been left unlocked. Worker suffers severe leg injuries and nerve damage, which eventually leg to his leg being removed. (Associated Press) I met this man while working at the zoo for The Heart of America Corporation, and he never blamed the bear for what happened, and still continues to work at the park. Of course he wasn’t swimming…but still…

(Correction Tilly is a boy, oops)

Life History of Tilly the Bull Orca

Tilikum, sometimes misspelled Tillikum, is a bull Orca who lives at SeaWorld Orlando. He was captured near Iceland in November 1983 at about two years of age. Tillikum measures 22 feet 6 inches long and weighs in at 12,300 pounds (as of 2007). His pectoral fins are six and one half feet long, his massive flukes curl under, and his 6-foot-tall dorsal fin is flopped completely to his left side, and weighs close to 200 pounds. He is the largest Orca in captivity and also the most successful sire in captivity, with 13 offspring, 10 of which are still alive. His name means friend in Chinook Jargon, usually spelled Tillicum and also meaning “people/tribe” or “kin”.

Tillikum was first sent to live at Sealand of the Pacific near Victoria, British Columbia. There, he lived with two older females named Haida II and Nootka IV. While living in British Columbia, Tilikum sired his first calf when he was about eight or nine years old. His first son, Kyuquot, was born to Haida II on December 24, 1991. Just a few months prior to the birth of Kyuquot, Tilikum was involved in an incident which resulted in the death of a trainer. Twenty-year-old Keltie Byrne, who worked at the park, slipped and fell into the tank with the whales. Tillikum, a pregnant Haida II, and Nootka IV grabbed her in their mouths and tossed her to each other, presumably playing. Keltie drowned. The orcas had never had humans in the water with them before. Haida II and Nootka IV were overprotective of the newborn calf and aggressive towards Tillikum, who was forced into the small medical pool. Because of his huge size, Seaworld requested an emergency transfer to their facility. Tilikum was moved to SeaWorld Orlando, Florida in January 9, 1992; he has been there ever since. Sealand of the Pacific closed soon thereafter.

Since his arrival at SeaWorld, Tilikum has sired many calves with many different females. His first calf, born in Orlando, was to Katina. Katina gave birth to Taku on September 9, 1993. Tillikum’s other calves are: Nyar (born 1993, died 1996), Unna (1996), Sumar (1998), Tuar (1999), Tekoa (2000), Nakai (2001), Kohana (2002), Ikaika (2002), Skyla (2004), and Malia (2007). In 1999, Tillikum began training for artificial insemination (AI). In early 2000, Kasatka who resides at SeaWorld San Diego was artificially inseminated using his sperm. She gave birth to Tillikum’s son, Nakai, on September 1, 2001. On May 3, 2002, another female in San Diego, named Takara, bore Tilikum’s calf through artificial insemination.

Tilikum was at the scene of another death on July 6, 1999, though evidence suggests the Orca was not at fault. A 27-year-old man was found floating naked in Tilikum’s pool, apparently killed by a combination of hypothermia and drowning. He had visited SeaWorld the previous day, stayed after the park closed, and evaded security to enter the Orca tank. Investigators determined that the man, either before or after death, had been bitten by Tillikum.

Tilikum never takes part in water work with trainers, not necessarily due to aggression, but because he doesn’t necessarily realize his own strength.[citation needed] Tilikum is the feature of the show “Believe” where the audience and trainers chant “Shamu” as Tillikum soaks the audience.[34]

On February 24th, 2010 Tilikum was involved in a third incident, when a 40-year-old experienced trainer was killed. The trainer drowned following a popular Dine with Shamu show as at least two dozen tourists looked on from above a whale tank and from an underwater viewing area. SeaWorld executive Chuck Tompkins confirmed what witnesses saw, that the trainer was pulled into the water by Tilikum. The trainer was finishing up a session with Tilikum, the largest whale in SeaWorld’s collection and its only mature male, following the Dine with Shamu show. (Courtesy of Wikipedia)


Shamu: Known as the first Killer Whale in Seaworld’s long history, was also the first documented attack in Seaworld’s long history.

* On April 20, 1971; SeaWorld secretary Annette Eckis was riding on Shamu at the park in San Diego, California. Eckis was clearly thrown off the whale as it thrashed around deviating from its normal routine and Shamu grabbed her leg in its mouth. After a few minutes, Shamu was coaxed into letting Eckis go, and she was taken away from the tank on a stretcher, and required 100 stitches on her leg. Shamu may have done this out of curiosity, as Eckis was wearing a bathing suit while riding the Orca, instead of the traditional wet suit that was usually worn.[2]

Alligator bites womans face

Woman get bitten on the face by an Alligator.

Man swims with 17 foot Crocodile

Man this guy is nuts.

Shark takes chunk of mans leg

This man has his calf muscle eaten by a shark. Warning graphic!!

Crocodile eating a mans arm!

Man has his arm ripped off by an Asian Crocodile! Crocodile does a death roll and takes his arm off just above the elbow. Damn that had to hurt!!!

Swimming with Carnivores: Australian Men Eaten By Crocodiles

Why would anyone jump into a Crocodile infested river? To get to other side, naturally! Unfortunately that’s if you can get to the other side anyways. In Australia, it would seem that people living there would be wise enough not to swim in the rivers and lakes there. After all, that country is renowned for their over sized Salt Water Crocks, thanks to Steve Erwin. But, this author can only guess that being an Australian and being aware of the dangers of swimming in a Crock filled river at night, don’t always go hand in hand.

A 20 year old man, drunk from drinking with his brother-in-law, decided to tempt fate and launch himself into the dark waters of the Daly River, 200 miles south of the Northern Territory capital of Darwin with his brother-in-law. Instead of heading to a bridge to reach the other side of the river, where they had camped with relatives, they decided to swim across to the far bank. He and his Brother-in-law both made the swim, but for some reason he ended up behind a little as his wife watched from a short distance near by.

According to the report, they heard a few loud screams and heavy splashing. His wife claims she witnessed her husband get dragged down under the water and then pulled out into the dark waters beyond her sight.

Locals had said a large crocodile had been seen in the area in previous days and no-one had dared venture into the water, but after a night of drinking, said a police officer, it appeared that the two men had thrown caution to the wind and had decided to take a ‘short cut’ back to the camping ground by swimming across the river. Even though there were several signs that warned of the animals in the waters.

“‘While we cannot confirm with absolute certainty that the man has been killed by a crocodile, everyone needs to consider the likelihood that the one time you have trouble swimming is the same time that a crocodile is seen next to you.” Said a Police Officer investigator after the incident.

Police have established a half-mile exclusion zone in the area to make sure that no-one else is attacked while the hunt for crocodiles continues. They are looking for a 14 foot monster, but they fear that the victim’s body may never be found. The animal itself is quite capable of ingesting the man whole and digesting him, which could take several weeks before the Animal releases his body as excrement.

The suspected crocodile attack was the third death by one of the reptiles in northern Australia in recent months, the two earlier incidents involving children.

The Northern Territory is concerned about the rising number of crocodile attacks occurring in or near urban areas, is considering a plan to either destroy or move any of the reptiles found within 20 miles of Darwin.

In another incident involving a man and meat-eating reptile, a well-known British pensioner named Arthur Booker, 63, was believed to be checking a crab trap on the shores on the Endeavour River near Cooktown in north Queensland.When a 20+ foot crocodile named Charlie is suspected of grabbing the man by his arm and dragging him down under. Charlie has been caught once before and tagged for conservation reasons, and suspected of being the only Crock large enough in the area to drag of Mr.Booker without much sound or warning.

His wife who went looking for her missing husband found a crab pot rope snapped on the bank, along with large crocodile slide marks and the couples’ new video recorder. Mr Booker’s watch was found at the scene, along with one sandal.

The news came as the father of the late Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin begged authorities not to kill the crocodile responsible. Conservationist Bob Irwin said the crocodile had just been doing what it had to do to survive in the wild.

“The crocodile was simply hunting for food. It’s what they obviously have to do in the wild to survive. Because of his reported size, it’s likely that this area of the river would have been his home for at least fifty years.” Said Mr.Irwin

“There are signs all over the area warning locals and tourists that the area is home to saltwater crocodiles,” he said.

“I feel tremendously sorry for the man’s family, and my deepest sympathy goes out to them.

“It is very, very sad for the family. But you really can’t blame the crocodile.”

This Author would have to agree. After all….these are Crocodiles, and we are just slabs of meat to them, unfortunately that just means, we can’t really blame them for eating people, now can we?

Crocodile attacks man and almost takes his arm!

Lucky, lucky man almost has his arm ripped off. Crocodile clasps down but releases him.

Close call dude, your arm almost fed that crocodile!

Man Getting Eaten Alive by Lions

This is what can happen when man thinks he can walk into the wild and get close to animals that do not see us as a threat. These lions act out of hunger, and view this approaching man as a meal, nothing else and nothing more!