Interacting with wild animals is equally exciting and terrifying at the same time. But I’m not sure where one would get courage and guts to actually swim with a massive tiger.
A volunteer at Marakapula Reserve in South Africa faced his fear and swam with a 9-month-old tiger named Caesar. In a video posted on Youtube, the zookeepers revealed that Caesar, who has a medical condition, needs to undergo therapy to strengthen his legs. In order to do this, he does laps with a brave male volunteer.
The giant cat seems to be at ease with the volunteer as he splashes water and plays with a ball in the swimming pool. When another volunteer standing beside the pool threw a plastic bottle, Caesar eagerly reached for his new toy. By the looks of it, Caesar was definitely having fun in the water.
Towards the end of the video, I can’t help but get scared for the volunteer who held the tiger up as it paddled on water. Needless to say, he had already earned the predator’s trust as manifested in their special bond in the water.
Watch the unbelievable video below.
Take a Look at What This School Made Their Students Wear to Prevent Cheating. Is this Fair?
These students in Manila have to wear these DIY devices to prevent them from cheating.
The average student will do just about anything to pass his exams. When studying just won’t cut it or he just refuses to study, he’ll resort to the dishonest way of getting the grade. In some places, teachers have to come up with drastic measures just to make sure the students won’t be tempted to look to others for the answers.
This school in Manila, Philippines did just that. The students at La Immaculada Concepcion School made their students wear this DIY anti-cheating device, which looks like two pieces of cardboard held together by a strap to wrap around a student’s head. It was reported that a student from the school took this photo of a class making use of the anti-cheating device while undergoing a test.
Try cheating wearing one of these.
11 Obvious Signs That Your Girlfriend is Cheating on You
Secrets, late night phone calls, and lost intimacy? Watch out, she may be cheating on you.
Men cheat and that's a given fact. They say it's in their nature---an irresistible force that drives them to check out other women.
Most women are loyal. Traditionally, and in some countries, they expect women to act like martyrs---someone who'd stay in a relationship despite being treated badly by their partners. Unlike men, it's not "normal" for women to cheat.
But the thing is, some women DO....
Chinese Girl Got Stuck in a Storm Drain While Texting And Walking
She admitted that she was texting her friend while walking. When she fell, people rushed to help but they just couldn’t free her!
Authorities have warned the public to refrain from texting while driving. It may seem like a harmless practice at first but it may result in fatal accidents and deaths. Now, people should also be warned against texting while WALKING, as it may also cause accidents and, for the case of the Chinese girl we are about to feature, severe embarrassment.
In Mianyang City located at the southwest China’s Sichuan Province, a girl admitted to texting a friend while walking. As she was engrossed with her mobile phone, she did not notice a storm drain along her way. Her entire leg fell to the very narrow drain rails.
People came to help but no one could successfully pull the girl out of the metal rails.
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