I bet you scratched your head in disbelief when you read the title. I did too. But holy crab…I mean, crap, it appears to be true!
This video was reportedly taken in a restaurant in Brazil. It looks like the crab was trying to protect itself from being cooked by wielding a knife and waving it at the chef, as if to say “Back off! You ain’t cookin’ me today!” The person taking the video (presumably the chef) was trying to get close to the crab, but the gutsy crustacean wards him off by waving the knife threateningly while slowly backing away.
Check out the hilarious video!
So the next time you attempt to cook crabs for dinner, make sure you don’t let them get hold of the knife, you hear?
9 of the Most Unusual Service Animals
Apparently, dogs are not the only animals capable of providing emotional support.
Animals have developed remarkable senses to help them adapt to their environment. Because of these heightened senses, they have become useful to humans, especially when it comes to sensing impending danger for them or guiding those with disabilities.
When it comes to service animals, a dog is the most commonly used, although the use of horses and monkeys has also been documented.
But have you heard of reptiles or pigs used as support animals by people with disabilities or health conditions? Here are some of the most unusual service animals....
Watch This Brown Bear ‘Chill’ With An Alaskan Guy
What would you do if a wild bear sits and ‘chills’ next to you.
Bears, though popular as stuffed toys, are actually fierce in real life.
People cannot actually hug and cuddle with it in ways kids do with their teddies. No matter how furry and fluffy they look like, truth is, they are ferocious as lions.
However, we were totally left in awe after watching a video of a random bear that came out of nowhere and suddenly decided to hang out with an Alaskan camper....
Hilarious Parrot Has An Evil Laugh Like a Super Villain
Here’s the parrot who became a YouTube celebrity because of its blood-curdling laugh.
"Of all the creatures on Earth, only two can produce human language: humans and birds. Of the few birds that can imitate human speech and sounds — including mynah birds, crows, and ravens — parrots are clearly the best at it," writes Ashley P. Taylor in her Audubon magazine article, "Why do parrots talk?"
Taylor added, "Pet parrots have all the essential conditions for picking up language — time, inspiration, and mental ability."
A YouTube user — who is identified only as Mark G. — decided to showcase such a pet to the rest of the world. His feathered friend's uncanny talent is enough to send a lot of people running. The sound that the parrot makes is reminiscent of a movie villain or some diabolical character who's out to get victims....
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