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Australian Dad Proves Why You Should Check Your Shoes First Before Wearing Them

Be warned and take this dad’s advice.


Australia has quite a reputation for dangerous spiders. In fact, more than 2,400 species of spider can be found there and less than 50 of them are harmful to humans. While this is rather alarming, scientists reported that bee stings are more deadly than spider bites on Australian shores.

Meanwhile, this concerned Australian parent constantly reminds his son about leaving his shoes outside the house. Apparently, he forgot that he left them over the weekend and now he just learned his lesson the hard way.

“And this is why you should always check them before putting them back on,” the dad says.

Here’s what happened.

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His dad explains at the beginning of the video that he brought his son’s shoes back inside the house and discovers this– a spider lurking and living inside the trainer shoe. Dad saved the day, of course (especially from the possible risk of a venomous spider bite) because that’s what “super dads” do.

He then began coating the shoe in with some bug spray but to no avail.


It seemed that the spider still refuses to come out just yet so he reached for a skewer, started poking it..and–voilà! A black big funnel web spider emerging from its hiding place.

“Welcome to Australia,” he said.

It comes with a helpful reminder too,

“If you happen to leave your shoes outside overnight, always check them. Especially if you live in Australia,” he captioned the video.

That was one “sneaky” spider, indeed. By now, his son probably thinks it’s always wise and safe to take his father’s advice. After all, parents know better and they are “almost” always right about a lot of things.


Abandoned Puppy Charmed A Passing Cyclist And Succeeds At Winning His Heart

Can you resist this puppy?

The sad reality is that there are hundreds of dogs abandoned by their owners, and mostly, they leave them along the side of the road. The helpless creature ends up fending for itself, while others won’t survive or meet their demise by getting run over.

For this little puppy, however, it’s such an unfortunate thing to be stuffed in a box and left on the side of the road.

It's risky for the puppy because it could get hit by a car anytime it makes the wrong move of crossing the road. But somehow, it was a lucky day for the pup.

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What A Whale Tried To Do To This Woman Will Make You Afraid Of These Creatures!

This woman was grabbed by the 3-ton animal and then dragged “30 feet below the surface.”

Some divers consider the whale as the gentle giant of the sea. Besides, these sea creatures are rarely aggressive and, like dolphins, their relatives, they tend to be friendly and show an inclination to meet and greet people.

As the video below shows us though, it appears that whales may not be as entirely harmless as we think they are. Like other animals, they also have their wild side. This scary underwater footage was uploaded by Animal Planet on YouTube and the description tells us that the snorkeler woman was suddenly grabbed by a 3-ton pilot whale and then dragged “30 feet below the surface.” The traumatic incident happened off the coast of Hawaii.

Watch the video here:

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Tiger Cub Rejected By Mother Finds A Best Friend In A Puppy

Who would have thought that a tiger and a dog can be best friends?

Friendship knows no age, race, ethnicity or religion. Diversity may separate us, but it is also the very same thing that binds us together in the end.

Take this Bengal tiger cub named Hunter and German Pointer puppy Chelsea as an example. Despite their apparent differences, they managed to get along with each other and actually became the best of friends. They are just too cute!

Chelsea is just three weeks older than Hunter. Both animals are being taken cared of by 22-year old Anthea Michaletos, who resides in Wildlife Sanctuary in Pretoria South Africa, where the two best friends also currently stay.

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