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Grizzly Bear In Cute Costume Attacks Female TV Presenter In Russia

Perhaps we should just leave these wild animals in the wild?


In an ironic turn of events, a TV show presenter who’s about to discuss how dangerous wild animals can be has been attacked by a grizzly bear when she sneaked up behind it.

Bonya the bear was being filmed with its handler at a Moscow TV station for ‘Pro Lubov’, a Russian talk show.

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As you can see on the video, the animal was wearing a red and yellow skirt while being fed with some treats.

Although the audience were entertained when Bonya performed some cute turns, the bear suddenly transformed into a wild animal when it noticed the lady TV presenter appearing from behind.

Perhaps thinking she was a threat, Bonya attacked her using her claws.

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Everyone in the studio watched in shock as the claws got stuck in the woman’s clothing and she was dragged down to the floor.

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Fortunately, the alert handler was there to stop the animal’s rampage. The handler can be heard saying:

“I warned you, do not approach the bear.”

Meanwhile, the TV presenter managed to come out without injuries from the terrifying incident. She apologized while the cameraman can be heard saying “I will be staying away from the bear, just in case.”

You can watch the video here:

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Perhaps we should just leave these wild animals in the wild? What do you think about this attack? Hit the comment section below!


Scientists Name Spider After Harry Potter Sorting Hat

No matter how scared you are of spiders, you’ll need this spider to tell you which house you should be in.

Scientists from India have named this uncannily hat-like spider after the Sorting Hat from the Harry Potter novels. The new specie measures only 7mm in size and has been named Eriovixia Gryffindori after House Gryffindor, one of the four houses of Hogwarts. Incidentally, the Sorting Hat is an anthropomorphic hat that tells students which of the Hogwarts houses they will be assigned to.

You all know this pivotal scene that brought Harry, Ron, and Hermione together.

Javed Ahmed, lead author of the study, shared:

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Cheetah Population Worldwide Nosedives, Nears Extinction

The race to extinction is something that these wonderful animals shouldn’t be part of.

Cheetahs (Acinonyx jubatus), the fastest animals on land, are now facing near-extinction. According to experts, only an estimated 7,100 cheetahs are currently living in the wild.

A study led by the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) and the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) revealed that the most affected population is that in Asia, with cheetahs in Iran estimated to be less than 50. In Zimbabwe, on the other hand, the population nosedived by 85%, from 1,200 in the year 2000 to only 170 this year.

Experts are lobbying to have the cheetah's status changed from "vulnerable" to "endangered."

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20 Ways To Protect Your Christmas Trees from Your Pets’ Destructive Tendencies

#3 is downright hilarious!

Most pets are playful by nature. Unfortunately, such playfulness takes a negative turn during the holiday season when they decide that Christmas decors are their toys, too. And the most common victim of our pets' destructive tendencies? The poor Christmas tree.

It takes us creativity, imagination, effort, and of course, moolah, to put up a beautiful Christmas tree. But, it takes mere seconds for our pets to bring those trees down, not to mention the gifts underneath that get ripped apart.

So to avoid such pet-related Christmas tree accidents and make those trees pet-proof, we have a few suggestions that you might want to try. Though some are outright hilarious, some might be pretty effective in fending off those naughty paws.

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