Animal attacks are an uncommon cause of either human fatalities or injuries. The frequency of animal attacks varies with geographical location and historical period. Serious injuries and fatalities are more likely to be incurred by infants, children and those with limited ability to defend themselves against an animal. Contextually speaking, a person is more likely to be killed by an animal than they are to die from being hit by lightning.
Who knew an elephant could lift a truck over it’s head with it’s trunk and fling it to the ground? This elephant makes cars look like they’re made out of aluminum, and perhaps automobiles in […]
Scroll down for the video where reporter Cliff Clifford compares his wife to an elephant and is subsequently attacked by the 12,000 pound elephant he is standing in front of. Clifford’s reaction to the attack shocked […]