Shocking surveillance footage shows unsuspecting man being bulldozed by a deer in British Columbia. I audibly laughed way too hard when I first saw this.
While it's unclear why or how this exactly happened, both the man and the deer appear unharmed.
Exercising gone wrong! This group of runners is blindsided by a HERD of deer in the middle of a race at DeSales University in Pennsylvania. You have to see to it believe it:
Wonder what they were running from? Let us know below in the comments section!
This coyote messed with the wrong deer. Personally, we'd have dropped that coyote instead of picking up the camera to film.
Coyotes have become a nuisance and they have overpopulated many areas at an alarming rate. Aside from humans (predator hunters like us), coyotes have little to fear as predators and can thrive in almost any environment.
They have caused extensive damage to other game species such as whitetail deer, livestock, domestic pets and even humans. What's more alarming is how brave these coyotes are towards humans. Even in urban areas, coyotes have been appearing laying waste to domestic pets and have even been reported to attack humans. #predatorcontrol is a necessary conservation attempt to help prevent or minimize damage.
Wrong place at the wrong time. Talk about bad luck.. It's not every day you get the opportunity to shoot at a nice trophy buck, so you want to make sure are ready when the opportunity presents itself. However, this guy's rifle is clearly not sited in and the poor rabbit is sent flying:
To be fair, the hunter deserves some credit as he explains what went wrong.
To make a long story short, my son dropped my rifle one week before this hunt and did not tell me it was dropped, after making two repetitive shots with custom loads, I knew it was not me. 15 minutes later, buck came back out and I had a chance to get my other gun from my truck and harvest him, however I did not film the fatal shot, but I have pictures. Please notice innocent bystander (rabbit) on the first shot. I was shooting a 7mm Magnum.
Moral of the story is to always check your firearm after letting anyone borrow it.
This deer is not about to share its food with these wild turkeys -- even though it's bird seed. During the winter in the North, the snow is deep, forcing both turkeys and deer to gravitate towards the same food sources.
However, this doesn't mean that they always cooperate with each other. This doe is not too happy about these wild turkeys feeding on her find.
These hunters sure know how to show off their harvested buck in style. Probably turned a few heads on the highway!
Bringing your harvest home or to the butchers may be routine for you at this point, but these Michigan hunters decided to mix it up a little with a little 'redneck' humor. Jeremy Roomsburg posted the following video to his Facebook page on November 19 with the caption "This Just Happened." So far, this short ten-second video has gained an immense amount of attention, reaching 6 Million views in just the first 48 hours! Impressive by any standard! However, the 'what happened' is pretty hilarious! Check out the video below..
This family was enjoying a nice warm and sunny day by the pool when they got a surprise visitor as a whitetail fawn decided to take a dip.
According to the video, the man "Woke up on Father's Day to a noise in the pool. Looks like a baby deer was passing by and decided to take a dip in our pool. Hopefully,she caught back up with her Mom."
While it's always a good thing to try to rescue animals in danger, the animal doesn't always realize you are trying to help. In the video you can see the fawn swimming away from its rescuer. Luckily, the deer was finally safely rescued and hopefully got back to its mom. Great display of humanity and sportsmanship!