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Coalition Of Cheetahs Attack Female | SNAPPED IN THE WILD2m01s

Coalition Of Cheetahs Attack Female | SNAPPED IN THE WILD

In June 2018, whilst on safari in Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, Botswana, photographer Anton Campbell-Harris got a little too close for comfort with a coalition of cheetahs. During this safari, a female presumably on heat was being harassed by four male cheetahs. After failing an escape up a tree, this female cheetah sought safety in the fleet of cars, where a fight broke out between the angry female and persistent males - right next to the photographers vehicle. Luckily the males were so engrossed in the female cheetah, they didn’t notice all the cars windows were still open.

Snake Catchers: Protecting The World's Deadliest Snakes2m24s

Snake Catchers: Protecting The World's Deadliest Snakes

A FEARLESS snake catcher rescues some of the worlds most dangerous snakes using his bare hands. Animal lover Barry Goldsmith has been handling the animals for 40 years without ever being seriously injured. The 52-year-old Australian and his wife Karen run a rescue service called Snake Catcher Victoria, based in the Mornington Peninsula in southern Australia. The area is home to some of the world's most venomous snakes, including tiger snakes, copperheads, eastern brown snakes and red-bellied black snakes. Barry has also spent time with Bali Reptile Rescue in Indonesia.

I Share My Bedroom With A 16ft Python  | BEAST BUDDIES5m39s

I Share My Bedroom With A 16ft Python | BEAST BUDDIES

An animal lover has turned her small London flat into a secluded paradise for her collection of snakes, including a 16 foot Burmese python. Zee, 21, who is training to be a veterinary nurse, first saw a snake at six-years-old and has been obsessed with them ever since. At 14-years-old, she split the price of her first snake with her brother before bringing it home to her mum, who quickly had to get used to the idea of living in a mini reptile house. Now the animal lover has collected 16 snakes, including her majestic Burmese python, who likes to slither around the hallways to relax, a boa constrictor, royal python and a blood python.

Hulk ‘Attacks’ 6-Year-Old Pit Bull Trainer | DOG DYNASTY15m14s

Hulk ‘Attacks’ 6-Year-Old Pit Bull Trainer | DOG DYNASTY

A DOG trainer lets his six-year-old son don the 'bite sleeve' as a 175lb pit bull attacks - before passing the sleeve on to his TWO-year-old brother. Dark Dynasty K9s owner Marlon Grennan, 31, of New Hampshire, is the owner of Hulk, the star of Barcroft TV’s hit internet series Dog Dynasty. Grennan trains some of America’s most ferocious protection dogs, and has earmarked his two sons Jordan, 6, and Jackson, 2, as his heirs - and says he has no qualms about allowing them to get hands on with the pit bulls. After unleashing Hulk on his father, the elementary schooler put on the bite sleeve to be ‘Hulk smashed’ himself by the colossal canine. And as the training session came to a close, Grennan decided to let Jackson, 2, follow in his brother’s footsteps. Dog Dynasty season 2 is available on Barcroft TV’s YouTube and Facebook Watch pages, with a new episode released every Friday.