How'd you like to have this guy coming after YOUR coconuts???
5ft Long 100lbs Giant Piranha
You probably all know the famous fisherman from Animal Planet’s River Monsters, Jeremy Wade. While he was on a fishing expedition with his crew in Africa, up the Congo River, the British angler made an amazing and rarely catch : he grappled with a giant piranha and managed to defeat the monster after a serious fight. The result was astonishing as the 52-year-old fisherman pulled out of water a 5ft long goliath tigerfish and held it with both arms for fear of being bitten by its 32 razor-sharp teeth that have the same dimensions as those of a white shark. The goliath tigerfish is well known as being one of the most dangerous freshwater fish in the world, so Wade said he was extremely cautious when he pulled it out of water. The 100lbs monster hasn’t been caught more than a few times before because of its ferocity and its habitat, which is very hard to reach. The giant piranha seems to consume prey the same size at itself and there have been cases when others have seen it tearing apart crocodiles or even people. Jeremy Wade’s catch, the “giant piranha”, can easily be on top when we talk about world’s most terrifying creatures.
In Tennessee, USA, on some farms you can find fainting goats. There is even the annual "Goats Music and More Festival" in Marshal County. Of course, there is a reason behind their name. The muscles of fainting goats freeze for roughly 10 seconds when the goat is startled. Usually, younger goats will stiffen and fall over, older goats learn to spread their legs or lean against something when startled, and often they continue to run about in an awkward, stiff-legged shuffle. The characteristic is caused by a hereditary genetic disorder called myotonia congenita. But when the goat in this condition, it doesn’t feel any pain. Even though its body is paralyzed, it remains conscious. These goats are also called nervous goats, stiff leg goats and wooden leg goats.
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The incredible Parkour dog: TreT - Parkour Dog From UKRAINE - no cat is safe with amazing free running skills
The death-defying pooch, who lives in Ukraine, is shown here running and jumping on walls, climbing trees, scaling ladders, fences and huts.
Tre T jumps from object to object with guile and grace, without a paws for thought. Any cats in the area had better beware: there's no way of escaping from this dog.
Tre T the Ukrainian freerunning dog, who has become an Internet sensation, scales a wall here
The amazing pooch climbs up trees, over walls and fences - and never stops wagging his tail
The five-year-old jumps from object to object with guile and grace, without a paws for thought
The five-year-old American Staffordshire Terrior has become an Internet sensation with his skills.
You'll struggle to keep this guy in the doghouse as he loves mastering the outdoors - and his waggy tail shows that.
It's not suprising that Tre T, who weighs 33kg, has managed to attract nearly 200,000 hits on YouTube with his freerunning talents.
Tre T has mastered Parkour, the philosophy which includes the physical practice of traversing objects in both urban and rural settings
The American Staffordshire Terrior scrambles up walls, fences and trees
The dog's skills have attracted nearly 200,000 hits on YouTube and any cats watching will be petrified of Tre T - hiding up a tree will not help them escape him
Parkour, or freerunning, originated in France and has become popular in the last decade.
It is a philosophy which includes the physical practice of traversing objects in both urban and rural settings.
The goal is to move from one point to another as quickly and efficiently as possible.
And this doggy has shown that he can learn new tricks. Click on his video below.
Parkour has become popular in the last decade, and has featured in films, music videos and photography exhibitions
The death-defying stunts make it exhilarating to watch - and Parkour provides an amazing adrenaline rush to those who do it