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  1. Kathryn Dyball and Cameron Bates published video on YouTube saying they were fishing on their 15-foot longboat in northwestern Australia when incident occurred
  2. Robert Irwin, the teenage son of Steve Irwin, was chased and attacked by a 12-foot crocodile at Australia Zoo
  3. If there was ever a way of showing how much you love your brother or sister, this young woman from Britain surely rose up to the occasion. © Facebook/HanaLaurie Yeah, in a bizarre incident that will probably leave you amazed, Georgia Laurie, a 28-year-old woman saved the life of her twin sister Melissa from a crocodile by punching the deadly reptile off of her. © Facebook/HanaLaurie Both sisters were on a trip to Mexico City, where they had been swimming in Manialtepec Lagoon, which is 450 miles southeast of the City, when Melissa, a zookeeper, was suddenly attacked by a croc. Seeing her twin helpless against the deadly reptile, Georgia channelled her inner Muhammad Ali and punched the croc repeatedly until it got off her. Woman Punches Crocodile In The Face To Save Her Twin Sister https://t.co/2Fo0ZdsBwu pic.twitter.com/9oMXP2cupq — NDTV News feed (@ndtvfeed) June 9, 2021 Soon after the incident, both sisters were taken to the hospital, where while Georgia had injuries to her hands, and Melissa has been kept in a medically induced coma to prevent her injuries from becoming infected. © Facebook/HanaLaurie The twins, who have now been given heavy doses of intravenous antibiotics, are now recovering at the hospital, with their mother, Sue Laurie, giving an update on their status. "We have twin daughters who are travelling around Mexico were attacked by a crocodile last night. Melissa is alive, but we don't know if her injuries are life-threatening or not. She has water in her lungs and she has been coughing up blood. So we don't know if she has a punctured lung or not. She has been put into a medically induced coma," said Sue, while speaking to MailOnline. © Facebook/HanaLaurie According to the BBC, Georgia, who is an experienced diver, found Melissa to be unresponsive following the attack and tried to get her back on the boat that they had been on. The older sister of the twins, Hana Laurie also described exactly what went down with the crocodile. "She (Georgia) dragged her (Melissa) back as the crocodile kept coming back for more - so she just started hitting it. She'd heard that with some animals, that's what you've got to do. I felt really proud of her, very proud of her," said Hana. We really hope that the twins recover to full health soon so that they can embark on further adventures soon. View the full article
  4. Siddhant Chaturvedi's career might have started with a web series, but it was Gully Boy that brought him into the spotlight and with his avatar as MC Sher, he stood out with his powerful character. When it comes to fashion and style too, he has been upbeat and has time and again outshined some of the most fashionable actors of B-town. © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani Very recently, Siddhant was spotted at Deepika Padukone's birthday party and man, he looked every bit of classy and elegant as expected. While he dressed up in a simple manner, his sneakers, on the other hand, piqued our curiosity. Take a look. © Viral Bhayani Speaking of his ensemble, he layered his simple white T-shirt with a woollen jacket. That, with plain black pants, made him look dapper, completing the classy yet dressed-down appeal that he opted for. View the full article
  5. The hungry croc grabbed the adolescent cheetah's neck with its powerful jaws and dragged it into the water
  6. Every day we come across many bizarre incidents and this time, it was rather a scary one. Recently, priests of the Sri Ananthapura temple in north Kerala’s Kasaragod had a visitor that none of us can guess. Yes, a vegetarian crocodile. According to the priests at the temple, the crocodile had made the temple lake its home for the past many years and this time, he visited the temple and entered the temple premises. The priests also confirmed that this is Babiya’s first-ever entry into the temple. © Unsplash Croc Temple official Chandrasekharan said, “Some reports suggest Babiya entered the sanctum sanctorum but it is not correct. However, it came to the temple premises on Tuesday evening and spent some time there and went back after chief priest Chandraprakash Nambisan asked it go to its permanent habitat-- the temple pond.” Also, Babiya the crocodile is believed to be vegetarian and no one has any idea as to how the crocodile came to the pond and who named it. But, people around say that the crocodile has been in the temple for over 70 years now and has never acted wild with people. Babiya eats whatever offerings come to the temple and come out whenever the temple priests call for him. © Unsplash Croc However, it is also said the circus personnel must have deposited hatchlings years back in the pond and only one of them survived. The best part is that the crocodile has never attacked anyone. “The priest feeds Babiya twice a day. At times he puts the rice ball right into its mouth. The priest has a unique chemistry with Babiya. The temple pond has enough fishes and we believe it never attacks or consumes them. It is a fully vegetarian crocodile keeping with the tradition of the ancient temple,” said the temple official. © Unsplash Croc Also, Babiya is a star attraction of the temple and only comes out during feasting hours. Now, that’s a pretty smart croc. View the full article
  7. Photo: File French fashion brand Lacoste on Wednesday swapped the crocodile logo on its shirts for the first time in its history for 10 of the most endangered species on the planet. The green Lacoste crocodile -- one of the world's best-known logos -- was replaced by the Sumatran tiger, the Javan rhino and the Cao Vit gibbon on the chest of its classic white polo shirts in a limited edition charity tie-in with the Save Our Species conservation group. All but a handful were sold out within hours of going on sale for $183 immediately after the brand's Paris fashion week show. The number of polo shirts put on sale was directly linked to remaining numbers of each threatened species surviving in the wild -- with only 30 for vaquita porpoises and 231 for Californian condors. Designer Felipe Oliveira Baptista also included camouflaged images of each of the endangered animals in the last 10 looks in his autumn-winter collection. "I think it is a great thing to do, and feels very gratifying if we can do something for these animals," he told AFP. "Lacoste is one of the 10 more recognisable logos in the world with Coca-Cola and Apple." The Portuguese designer said he had to be careful about using the crocodile logo -- which dates from 1933 -- "with respect. I don't like to plaster it everywhere. Either you be very classic with it or very original, and in this case it's quite original I think." Lacoste's crocodile logo still features on the back of the 1,775 shirts. Oliveira Baptista said he took his inspiration for the main collection from the 50,000 trees the Lacoste family planted around their golf course at Saint-Jean-de-Luz in southwest France during World War II. It was also a way of sparing local men from being sent to German forced labor camps, as forestry workers were exempt from conscription, he said. The designer had Princess Diana and the English upper classes at play in mind when he began creating the collection, with some models wearing wellingtons with hunting ponchos and boonie sun hats on top of hoodies. "I got inspired particularly by looking back at pictures of Lady Di: how she wore clothes that were high and low at the same time," he added. "I was looking for something timeless, something that would last more than 6 months."
  8. "Dundee: The Son of A Legend Returns Home," the fourth film in the $600 million "Crocodile Dundee" franchise, will star Danny McBride as Brian Dundee, the son no one knew Mick Dundee had. Photo: Crocodile Dundee LOS ANGELES: More than 30 years after Mick "Crocodile" Dundee delighted audiences by wrestling wild animals and facing down New York muggers with his massive knife, a reboot is in the works. "Dundee: The Son of A Legend Returns Home," the fourth film in the $600 million "Crocodile Dundee" franchise, will star Danny McBride as Brian Dundee, the son no one knew Mick Dundee had. "I´m not going to lie to you, to be a real Crocodile Dundee, I think 95 percent of it is the vest and then five percent is just being able to not fall down and stay on your feet," said McBride in a statement released by Australian production house Rimfire Films. The company, which produced the original film and its first sequel, said the movie was slated for release in the summer. Paul Hogan, who co-founded Rimfire, became a global box office sensation in 1986 as Dundee, the atavistic Outback hillbilly with the iconic Akubra hat, in what remains the most commercially successful Australian feature ever. "´Crocodile Dundee´ is a film that has stood the test of time. It was a defining moment in my life and one of my proudest accomplishments," said Hogan. "Throughout the past few years, I´ve been thinking about how to bring Dundee to a new generation. I´m excited to introduce the new Crocodile Dundee to the world and look forward to sharing more news about those involved very soon."
  9. MANILA: A 12-year-old girl is missing after being attacked by a crocodile on the Philippine island of Palawan, police said Saturday, just weeks after a similar incident in the region popular with foreign tourists. The girl was fetching water in a heavily-forested area of the island Thursday when a crocodile dragged her away in front of her horrified siblings, a police report said. A search is under way but the coast guard and police are yet to find any sign of the child. It marks the second crocodile attack in Palawan in less than a month. A woman, also fetching water, was bitten in October but managed to escape after her niece drove the crocodile away by throwing rocks, police said. The western island of Palawan, often called the Philippines´ "last frontier", is one of the few areas in the country where saltwater crocodiles are still common after hunting and habitat loss.
  10. Luis Pallares Aniorte, of Spain, accepts the Ig Nobel prize for his project. Photo: REUTERS CAMBRIDGE: Scientists taking on the deep questions of whether cats are liquid or solid, how holding a crocodile influences gambling and whether playing the didgeridoo can help cure snoring were honoured Thursday at the Ig Nobel Prize spoof awards. The prizes are the brainchild of Marc Abrahams, editor of the Annals of Improbable Research, and are intended not to honour the best or worst in science, but rather to highlight research that encourages people to think in unusual ways. Didgeridoo instructor Alex Suarez, centre, demonstrates an Ig Nobel Peace prize-winning study. Photo: REUTERS ?We hope that this will get people back into the habits they probably had when they were kids of paying attention to odd things and holding out for a moment and deciding whether they are good or bad only after they have a chance to think,? Abrahams said in a phone interview. Some of the honorees tend towards the spurious: French researcher Marc-Antoine Fardin?s 2014 study ?Can a Cat Be Both a Solid and a Liquid?? was inspired by internet photos of cats tucked into glasses, buckets and sinks. The winner of the Ig Nobel in physics used mathematical formulas to conclude that active young cats and kittens hold their physical shape longer than older, lazier felines. Other work on the prize list has a clearer potential for practical applications. Economics winners Matthew Rockloff and Nancy Greer conducted an experiment in which problem gamblers and non-problem gamblers handled 1-metre (3.3-foot) long crocodiles before playing a simulated slot machine. The 2010 study, conducted on 103 people in Queensland, Australia, found that problem gamblers were likely to place higher bets after handling the reptiles, as their brains had misinterpreted the excitement of holding a dangerous animal as a sign they were on a lucky streak. A multi-national team of six researchers won the Peace Prize for the 2005 paper ?Didgeridoo Playing as Alternative Treatment for Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome: Randomized Controlled Trial.? The conclusion that the Australian wind instrument might be of some benefit was based not the didgeridoo?s droning tone, but rather that the daily practice involved a lot of blowing, and may have strengthened the upper respiratory tract, making breathing easier. The awards, now in their 27th year, are to be handed out by actual Nobel Prize winners in a ceremony at Harvard University on Thursday. ?They are unusual approaches to things,? Abrahams said. ?It would be difficult for some people to decide whether they are important or the opposite. If you had sleep apnea for a long time, the didgeridoo thing would sound quite intriguing.?
  11. SAN PEDRO HUAMELULA: Town mayor Victor Aguilar got married to a crocodile in a symbolic ceremony to mark the local harvest tradition. Mayor of San Pedro Huamelula, a southern Mexican village, married the crocodile as part of a ritual which has been practiced by the Chontal Indians since 1789. The ceremony is reckoned to bring plenty of harvest as well as fish, shrimp and other seafood to the fishermen of this village along the Pacific coast of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec in Oaxaca state. According to CNN, Mayor Victor Aguilar said "the Mareños call [the crocodile] a 'princess' and the role I play is being the husband to the princess." After the ceremony, there's more music and dancing, including a dance between reptile and groom. Prior to the ritual, the wedding participants walked with the crocodile bride through the town accompanied by band music. The ceremony was held at the town hall. The town residents consider crocodile as a ?princess? whose happiness then brings peace and prosperity to their community.
  12. Mudit Dandwate, CEO of a Bengaluru based tech startup, just wanted to save his two dogs, who had jumped into a lake, but, sadly, that heroic act cost him his left arm. The Founder and CEO of Turtle Shell Technologies entered a restricted area of Bengaluru's Thattekere Lake in Ramanagara district. His dogs were excited to see a water body, and jumped inside. Since he was worried about them, he also jumped inside to help them, but he failed to notice the signboard that warned of the presence of crocodiles in the lake. © Facebook Just as he was getting his dogs to safety, a crocodile attacked him and tore off his arm. He was rushed to a local hospital for first aid and then was operated on at Hosmat Hospital, and is in recovery as of now. The Times of India quoted Thomas Chandy, Chief of Orthopaedics, as saying, "A crocodile bite is powerful and has crushed the arm, just like in the case of any industrial accident. But crocodile bite is toxic as well. So we are currently performing medical procedure called debridement, where is hand is being cleaned several time to make sure there is no infection." © YouTube Since the chances of Mudit regaining his arm are quite bleak, the doctors said that he would be given a prosthetic arm in another three months. Dr Ajith Benedict Rayan, Medical Director of Hosmat hospital, was quoted as saying, "His condition is stabilised and he is now out of the ICU and in a ward." Although there wasn't any complaint filed against Mudit, the police themselves have registered a case as he entered a restricted forest area without permission, especially when there were warning signs placed along the periphery of the lake.
  13. Whenever we go to a new place, we plan to make memories with our loved ones…cutting a long story short, we take a lot of selfies and pictures. But guys, no matter how adventurous you are, there is fine and ultra thin line between being brave and being stupid. Taking close shots of animals is bravery to some extent but clicking selfies with them is outright dangerous and stupid and you are the one who will be hurt. © Twitter Well, it seems that most people didn’t learn any lessons from incidents like the death of Harambe, the gorilla and continue creating problems for themselves as well as the animals. That’s exactly what happened with a 41-year-old French woman, Muriel Benetulier, who was bitten by a crocodile while posing for a selfie in Khao Yai National Park, Thailand. WTF? Was she expecting the crocodile to smile or strike a pose? Or maybe the crocodile bit her because the selfie wasn’t up to the mark? According to the National Park’s authorities, Benetulier was trying to take a photo so she moved closer to the ferocious reptile, but as she stood up; she lost balance and tipped on one side. That’s when the crocodile was startled and bit her left leg. “She wanted to take a selfie with the crocodile who was lying down near a stream,” a park official said. Benetulier came to the park with her husband. © Twitter The officials further added that the particular area has been home to two dangerous Siamese crocodiles for years and there are warning signs laid out as well. What’s more, the tourists had been requested to stay on the set path with staff members stationed along the route to assist them. The woman was immediately rushed to the hospital and is expected to recover from the gruesome bite. She was seen being carried on a stretcher with a thick bandage wrapped around her knee, by a park ranger dressed in camouflage. While we totally sympathise with the woman’s pain, but we still can’t support her because she was responsible for putting herself in danger. So children, what lesson do we learn from this? This isn’t any selfie challenge and you should definitely not get too excited around dangerous animals. Or just stop taking stupid selfies instead. Source: NDTV
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