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Two Pit Bulls Savagely Attacked a Middle-aged Man in the Bronx

Two pit bulls suddenly attacked this middle-aged man in the streets of New York.


Dogs are generally loving and kind. Being a dog lover myself and having friends who care for these loyal pets, I know that it’s the owners who influence these dogs’ behaviors. Like any other human being, none of us—and none of them are born bad or evil.

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In this shocking footage taken by a woman in an apartment overlooking the Belmont neighborhood in the Bronx, two angry pit bulls savagely attacked a 62-year-old man who was off to church.

Apparently, the dogs came off their leash and suddenly lunged at the poor man.


The dogs continued to maul the man up to a point where they dragged him near the pavement. Some of the residents and onlookers who arrived at the scene attempted to help by distracting the dogs.

Meanwhile, the woman who was taking the video tried to phone the police, begging them to hurry as the carnage below ensued.


Out of desperation, one of the residents used a fire hose to stop the attack.


The dogs eventually left the exhausted and bloodied victim, but the pit bulls began to attack other bystanders including a 46-year-old man who also sustained serious injuries.

The man in the yellow shirt sustained several serious injuries: he lost part of his right ear, lacerations over his chest and arms, and he also sustained nerve damage to his arms.

The NYPD arrested 55-year-old Cynthia Oliver, the owner of the pit bulls, and charged her with eight counts of assault and two counts of reckless endangerment, according to CBS New York.

Both men recovered well while the dogs were taken to Animal Care & Control of NYC.

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Why did these pit bulls maul the man, and then later attacked those who tried to help him?


Neglected Parrot Plucks Out All Its Feathers Due to Stress

Although Javi is already on her way to recovery, it is not known whether her feathers will grow back.


It is not unusual for birds to pluck their feathers to groom and preen themselves. However, this could turn into a serious behavioral disorder when they are stressed.

Take for instance, Hobby, a neglected parrot who nearly lost all of its feathers because of feather plucking that became a self-harming habit.

After being mistreated by her owners who treated her as a hobby, thus her name, the parrot was found by rescuers smelling like “rotting rubbish and stale cigarettes”.

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Meet Your Ultimate Nightmare, A Deadly Snake with A Spider for A Tail!

Spiders can cause a good scream on their own, but what if you get a spider and snake in one?

For people with arachnophobia or fear of spiders, meeting the Spider-Tailed Horned Viper will be their worst nightmare. As if spiders are not scary enough, God decided to make this terrifying creature to make us shit our pants with terror.

The Spider-tailed Horned Viper or Pseudocerastes urarachnoides may look like a real bad Halloween prank, but it is not a hoax or a hybrid created from a mad scientist’s experiment gone wrong. In fact, the “spider” on its tail is not a spider at all.

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Epic Battle for Survival Between a Shark and an Octopus

In a battle between two powerful, sea creatures, who do you think would win?

Sharks are fierce, strong, and scary. The minute it bites its prey with its sharp teeth, you’ll know that there’s no escape and that you’ve seen the last of its victim. Sharks are at the top of the food chain, and no one doubts that.

Dogfish sharks are not considered dangerous; however, they do have sharp teeth that can seriously injure its prey. Also, the spines on their dorsal fins are slightly poisonous. Dogfish sharks otherwise called skittle dog, spotted dogfish, cod shark, white-spotted dogfish, thorndog, or piked dogfish, predominantly feed on fish, although they eat squid and octopus too.

In a huge aquarium where dogfish sharks and other sea creatures such as this giant, pacific octopus dwell, you’ll probably think that the sharks have plenty to prey on. However, the staff wondered why shark carcasses keep turning up, so they decided to set up cameras to solve the conundrum.

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