Mountain Lion No Match for Chain Saw
BILLINGS, Montana- A Colorado man used a chain saw to fight off a mountain lion that attacked him during a camping trip with his wife and two toddlers in northwestern Wyoming. Dustin Britton, was cutting firewood about 100 feet from his campsite when he saw the lion staring at him from some bushes. Britton raised his chain saw and met the lion head-on as it pounced. Wildlife officials said there is plenty of natural food supply, elk, deer and bighorn sheep, in the area, and "That lion was acting completely out of character for how a cougar would normally act around a full grown man who has a chain saw in his hand." After the confrontation, Britton and his wife, Kirsta, decided to spend the night at their campsite with their two children rather than risk packing up with the lion still on the loose.
Monster Fish Killed After Terroizing Swiss Lake
GENEVA, Switzerland– Police divers have ended the reign of terror of a huge fish that was attacking swimmers in a Swiss lake. The zander, was harpooned on Sunday after it bit six swimmers over the weekend, fish warden Fabio Croci told local media. Two swimmers were treated in hospital for bite wounds up to 10 centimetres (four inches) long after being attacked on Lac Majeur. The meat from the captured fish was served up to tourists at the lake. "It is quite unusual for zanders to bite humans," Croci said, adding he suspected the fish was suffering from a hormonal imbalance which could be responsible for its aggression.
They Are Jealous Of Our Lifestyle
HICKERVILLE, Arkansas- When a truck carrying 90 pigs overturned on interstate 40 it was only a matter of time before the 40 pigs that weren't captured would show up somewhere. It turns out one of them, a 900 pounder, had taken a liking to the pool at Bev and Bink Legeaux's house in Stillwell, while they were gone on vacation. Mr. LeGeaux said, "That porker broke into our house and slept on the couch, from the look of it. Seemed to like the swimming pool a lot, too. Acted just like my son when he is home from college."
"They Are Not Our Enemy"
BODEGA BAY, California- Marine enthusiast Steve Feldman has taken a liking to the local great white shark population. Feldman has astounded marine biologists by befriending, and even fishing, with several great whites. "They steer halibut toward my boat and bait, and all they want from me in return is love," said the social worker.
Toy Dog Society Names Their Man Of The Year
NEW YORK, New York- Dogs often resemble their owners which is why the breed category known as toy dogs are rarely seen with champion weight lifters. But Sammy Schward is the exception to that rule. "I love toy dogs so much. When I get home from the gym I just want a little ball of fluff to cuddle and nuzzle with," said the muscle bound champ.