Advert

Latest

100-Year-Old Man Smokes, Drinks And Doesn't Worry About What He Eats
published at11 minutes ago
Advert
Advert

Most Popular

Advert
News

Group Of Bears Tear Wolf To Shreds At Dutch Zoo

Group Of Bears Tear Wolf To Shreds At Dutch Zoo

Of course, we all know that it is a cruel world out there. That said, we humans actually have it pretty easy. Think about the animal kingdom, those guys have really got it tough.

It's not just wild animals too. Captive animals don't always lose their instincts, as one group of shocked zoo visitors found out recently.

Here's what happened. A wolf was innocently playing with the rest of the pack at the Dierenrijk Zoo in the Netherlands. It managed somehow to fall into the water, and then was torn limb from limb by a group of angry bears.

Advert
Credit: YouTube
Credit: YouTube

Whilst horrified visitors looked on, the wolf pack tried to defend their fallen friend from the attacks, but it was not enough, and it was completely destroyed.

Sounds brutal enough, right? Well, don't worry about that because there were humans there watching so you know someone filmed that shit.

I know what you're thinking. It really is a bear eat wolf world out there, even in the (relatively) safe confines of the zoo.

Advert

The masters of understatement that run the zoo have been reported as describing the whole terrifying affair as an 'incredibly unfortunate' incident.

Credit: YouTube
Credit: YouTube

More Like ThisMore Like This

1 of 6
News

Supermarket Iceland Adopts All Of The Humboldt Penguins At Chester Zoo

The zoo keepers, for their part, were completely powerless to help the two year old wolf. Just think about it, how much would someone have to be paying you to jump in the middle of one group of animals that would love nothing more than to eat you to save another animal that probably harbours similar intentions?

It's a lot, isn't it?

Advert
News

Animal Believed To Be A Wolf Spotted In Northern France For First Time In A Century

published at7 months ago

So, why were these two species kept together? Well, it had been hoped that they would end up being OK with one another, even playing with one another. That ended up being - sort of - half right, I guess?

I suppose they would occupy similar habitat in the wild, so it's not completely out of the question.

They had apparently lived 'in harmony' for many years until this 'one-off incident'.

Credit: YouTube
Credit: YouTube
Advert

Obviously, it is better for species not to be kept completely isolated and have other animals to mingle with, just not on this occasion for this specific wolf.

Despite one of the wolves being killed, it was a vital chance for the visitors and the staff to see nature in true form, as well as the wolves trying to rescue another for the good of their pack.

If there were any kids there, it will have taught them a valuable lesson - if they could look out from behind their hands, that is.

Featured Image Credit: YouTube

Topics: the netherlands, wolf, Animals, Bear

Chosen for YouChosen for You

Diego Maradona Has Died Aged 60
published at21 minutes ago

Most Read StoriesMost Read

News

Celebrity Big Brother Star Heavy D Has Died, Aged 43

published at3 hours ago

Tom Wood

Tom Wood is a freelance journalist and LADbible contributor. He graduated from University of London with a BA in Philosophy before studying for a Masters in Journalism at the University of Salford. He has previously written for the M.E.N Group as well as working for several top professional sports clubs. Contact him on [email protected]