Cyclones leave a whole lot of stuff in their wake after ravaging cities or towns. All sorts of trash and debris are expected sights after such a violent environmental occurrence. But have you ever encountered sharks among the debris littering the streets post-cyclone? We bet you haven’t, unless you live in Australia, specifically in the northern state of Queensland.
The locals in Ayr, a town in Queensland, woke up to a strange sight as they pass by the street after flood waters went down following the storm of Cyclone Debbie.
A bull shark just lying there, covered with mud.
Pictures of the poor shark were posted by the Queensland Fire and Emergency Services on their Facebook page.
Rescuers tried to place the shark to the river, but the poor animal didn’t make it.
Watch this video report:
Obviously, bull sharks are not normally found in the middle of streets. They live in beaches, lakes, and rivers all over Australia. It is one of the most aggressive sharks in the world. Locals don’t dare swim at the Burdekin River because it is bull shark territory.
As if we need more reasons never to NOT go out when a cyclone is in town. Aside from the obvious dangers, you also run the risk of being bitten by a darn shark.
Did MGM’s Leo the Lion Really Munch His Trainer?
Is there any truth at all to this urban legend?
Everyone's familiar with Leo the Lion, Hollywood film studio Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's iconic roaring mascot. Since 1916, there have been seven different lions used for MGM's animated logo. Although the studio referred to all the lions as "Leo," only the present one, in use since 1957, bears the official name.
For decades, there have been urban legends surrounding Leo the Lion and his MGM animated logo recording. Rumor has it that the lion killed his trainer during one of the shoots.
Could there be any truth to the story?
The urban legend goes like this: ...
This Dog-Sized Chicken Is Confusing The Internet And Is Freaking People Out
They are called ‘gentle giants’ but their intimidating size says otherwise.
Not everything on social media is true, yes, but this massive chicken breaking the Internet apparently is! Netizens all over social media are losing it over this video showing a massive chicken struggling to get out of a coop. The dog-sized chicken was filmed coming out from its coop - looking tall and mighty.
Some had to convince themselves that there's probably a human inside that huge beast covered in fluffy feathers, with its intimidating size and toes. Others had their own theories, even siting the Tyrannosaurus Rex family tree that 'modern-day chickens are cousins of dinosaurs.'
One Twitter user posted:
"I have watched that video of the giant chicken like 20 times and it still puzzles me. I need answers,they can't be real surely."...
23 Super Cute Dog Breeds You’re Probably Unfamiliar With
Aren’t they adorable?
Some dog breeds are just more famous than the others. You're probably very well acquainted with everyone's favorite pooches, like the German Shepherd, Golden Retriever, Labrador Retriever, Bulldog, Poodle, and Beagle. But did you know there are more dog breeds out there that are just as cute and deserving of your undivided attention?
Whether you are looking for a new best friend or, like us, are obsessed with canines, this list is for you. These pooches may be from the least popular breeds but they're absolute winners in our hearts.
1. The Norwegian Lundehund
Avg Life Expectancy: 14 yrs
Popularity in US: #178