Moose mangles In backyard trampoline
Mother Nature can surprise us more every day, especially when it comes to the oceans, since nobody knows what is hidden in the depths of some oceans, so the oceans remain a mystery to most people, there are even people that fear the ocean. There are new creatures that are often found at the bottom of the sea and this generates insecurity and panic in some people, although for others it is a historical fact that you should know how to appreciate, since it is something that is not seen every day.
It is necessary that we respect the maritime rules, since they were created mainly for our well-being, often people tend to ignore these rules, but in some cases they tend to be fundamental for survival. In this case, we can see how the people in the container ship are a little scared, but they know how to stay calm, and that is very important.
Most people think that the oceans are the biggest mystery on the planet, and that is something that should not be questioned.
It's really easy to forget that we are not the only living beings living on this planet. We're trapped in our concrete jungles, escaping the scorching heat and the freezing icy winters in the sanctity of our homes. The only contact with the outside world are photographs and videos of animals living freely in the wild. But they are here, we share the same oxygen, we share the food, the water, the ups and downs of the climate changes. Love for animals has only increased as time has gone on. This day we can see lots of animals, whether it is dogs, cats being the most dominant but also pigs, rabbits, hedgehogs and many more that were previously known as eatables now have become completely domesticated.
Here is a few words from the person that took the video, "We saw a young bull outside and decided to pull the phone out and record what he was going to do. We live in Kenai, Alaska and I was home with my 3 kids. My wife told me her sister had seen a moose a few days before sparring with the trampoline but did not pull it apart like it did in this video.". To see a wild animal engage this far into the domesticated grounds is not rare however always makes for a fantastic video!