The mailman has his share of funny obstacles when it comes to doing his job. Usually, it’s the family dog chasing him all over the lawn or the cat hiding inside the mailbox, waiting to scare him when he opens the lid. For this mailman in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, it’s not the dog or cat that creates trouble for him. Believe it or not, it’s a gang of turkeys!
He fends them off with a stick…
They chase him all the way to his truck!
So there he was, just doing his job as always, when the feisty birds ran after him and threatened to peck his butt or something. See, the turkeys follow him all the way to his truck and he has resorted to using a stick to fend them off and protect his backside from their pointy beaks. The poor mailman claims that the “harassment” happens everyday and he can only sigh and return to his truck as quick as he can.
Watch the funny video of the mailman walking away to escape the gang:
What’s a bunch of turkeys doing in the streets of Cape Cod, you may ask. Well, the Bangor Daily News says that the state has strict hunting regulations, which may contribute to the increasing number of turkeys roaming around the streets.
Elephants’ Fear Of Bees Help Scientists Save Their Lives
They took a simple idea and turned it into something incredible.
In countries like Kenya, farmers are actually having a hard time keeping their crops alive because of wild elephants.
These huge animals have the tendency to attack farms, destroying the livelihood of a farmer in the process. Both human and elephant lives are claimed because of poaching, farm raiding, and habitat destruction.
The problem has existed for a while and it seems like there really isn’t a solution for it.
Orangutan Has The Most Adorable Reaction to Guy’s “Magic Trick”
This orangutan just can’t handle the guy’s magic trick!
Orangutan and other primates share a lot in common with us humans, such as an astonishing 98% of our DNA. But who knew they also love seeing magic tricks?
In this video, a zoo visitor entertained this orangutan with a "magic trick" by making a chestnut disappear inside a styrofoam cup. First, he showed the orangutan the chestnut inside the cup and pulled it up for him to see.
And now folks, one perfectly normal chestnut inside a perfectly normal styrofoam cup.
Kind Man Buys Turtles in Food Market and Releases Them into the Sea
In doing so, he saves not only the turtles but us humans too.
Almost all types of sea turtles are now in danger of extinction as many countries consent to marine turtle fishing. They are sold in local markets and slain for their meat, skin, eggs, and shells. Apparently, many people have a taste for turtle meat and eggs while others use them for medicine and religious rites.
So, when Aaron Culling and his colleague, Mark found a pair of sea turtles on sale at a local food market in Papua New Guinea, they didn’t hesitate in purchasing the animals for 50 bucks.
But, instead of making themselves some tasty turtle soup or some other exotic dish from its meat, Aaron drove 5 km towards the direction of a beach. There, he released the turtles back to the ocean.
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