Thursday, April 11, 2013

Brutal Beaver



Beaver Bites Man From Brest To Death In Belarus Attack

You can't make up this stuff.

17 comments:

thepoodleanddogblog said...

Nature isn't always as benign as "Wild Kingdom" presents it.

cube said...

Yes... red in tooth and claw.

Chatty Crone said...

Oh my gosh that is ugly!

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

I learned as a young man some of those beavers can get you into a lot of trouble.

sue hanes said...


Cube - Remind me to stay away from beavers.

I think I've seen the largest rodent (ahead of the beaver) in a zoo. Can't remember the name of it but it is big.

sue hanes said...


Cube - I googled the largest rodent and it is the capybara.
I didn't read about it to see if it bites!

cube said...

Chatty Crone: Ugly and deadly.

cube said...

Woodsterman (Odie): There isn't a pole long enough for me go near that comment ;-)

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cube said...

Sue Hanes: I've seen capybaras at Busch Gardens. They are big rodents, but the worst attack I ever suffered from an animal was from our own male cat. He jumped me and even took a divot out of my arm. I had to get some shots, but I survived it as well as I survived a shark bite, but that's another story.

Always On Watch said...

Wildlife creatures are not deemed as "wild" for no reason.

sue hanes said...

Cube - I would love to hear the shark bite story.

cube said...

Always On Watch: Spot on observation. I guess too many people have grown up watching Disney movies.

cube said...

Sue Hanes: The shark bite story sounds bigger than it really is. I love to play it up, but here goes...

We frequent a very unspoiled beach with no condos, etc., but with much wildlife, and I don't mean drunk college students ;-)

At this very pristine beach I was fishing in chest high water and noticed a bunch of baby shark swimming around me. Once I counted to 24 of them, I started to wonder where their mother was and I hightailed it back to shore.

On the day of the bite, I caught a baby shark, too small to keep, so we were going to set it free when my daughter asked to hold it. I let her and it began to writhe in her small hands. I went to help and the little bugger bit me on the finger.

That's my shark encounter story... Happily, the shark and I both survived.

sue hanes said...


Cube - A shark is a shark - in my book - and a bite from a baby shark counts as a shark bite.

Sounds as if you were lucky that Mama Shrark wasn't around.

I'm happy you survived.

cube said...

Sue Hanes: A shark bite is a shark bite. That's exactly how I feel. The bite hurt and it bled and I will continue to play it up as my shark encounter story. I'm hoping I have no further encounters, but I do live in Florida... that's why I love my pool :-)

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