A Colorado man who had some serious vandalism done to his car says he think he knows the culprits — a family of bears that has been roaming his neighborhood. Bob Monzel of rural Jefferson County says he believes a mother bear and her cubs entered his Honda Element sometime … Continue reading
Love is in the air. It’s an uncontrollable flurry of pheromones attacking the senses of young bucks grazing, turning them into twitterpated fools bent on breeding. Their one-track minds put them on a dangerous collision course with Texas drivers, like Greg Pond, who was on his way home Oct. 13 when … Continue reading
The longtime employee killed by a cougar this weekend at a suburban Portland animal sanctuary died of multiple bite wounds, according to autopsy results released Monday. Dr. Christopher Young of the Oregon State Medical Examiner’s Office said 36-year-old Renee Radziwon of Portland had “devastating injuries in the critical areas of … Continue reading
Taking a cue from America’s use of drones to fight terrorists, the war on feral hogs has gone high tech and high altitude. Two friends in Lafayette, La. modified a remote control aircraft for their frequent hunts for the destructive wild pigs. It’s more military op than hunting trip. “It’s … Continue reading
A leopard in Kruger National Park catches a huge python and then has to deal with elephants.
A 69-year-old man partially blinded in a deer attack Oct. 30 says his injuries will require several surgeries and he will no longer keep deer as pets, according to the Associated Press. Julius Dunsmore of Valley Road was charged Thursday with illegally keeping seven deer as pets by the Alabama … Continue reading
“More zookeepers are killed by elephants than any other animal.” This little nugget of information offered during World’s Scariest Animal Attacks, Animal Planet’s latest warning shot of nature coming to murder us all, contains all you need to know about every attack featured in The Episode I Watched, and probably … Continue reading
A leopard release goes terribly wrong when an officer pokes the big cat with a stick.
In recent weeks, the Inland Fisheries Division of Texas Parks and Wildlife (TPWD) discovered a resurgence of the non-native aquatic plant water hyacinth at Lake Quitman. This plant is a free-floating (non-rooted) aquatic plant native to South America. It was originally introduced into North America in the late 1800s and … Continue reading
Some San Antonio families are forbidding their children to play in their yards out of fear of a mountain lion on the loose. One of the cats was photographed lounging on the deck of a local family. So what are wildlife officials saying about this? KENS 5 has learned the animal … Continue reading