Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Dude Gave the Monkey the Finger, Monkey Retaliates with a Kick

You should never mess with a monkey. A teen learned it the hard way in Shimla, India a security cam shows the guy taunting the monkey first then gave the monkey the finger, in return the money drop kicks the guy to the head that knocked him down. The appears to be shaken, but seems to be doing okay.

Monkeys in Shimla are notorious for being hostile and aggressive. They are not pleasant at all and often causes problems to tourists and locals heading to Jakhoo temple, which is dedicated to the monkey god Hanuman.

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Video: Chimpanzee Got Tired of Being Filmed Swat the Drone from the air

A really mad chimpanzee who got tired of a drone filming him waited on a tree for the drone to pass-by near him then swatted it out of the air and into the ground. The video was posted on YouTube by Burgers' Zoo in the Netherlands.

The zoo uses drones to monitor a group of Chimpanzee. It was taken in the morning of Friday, April 10th, 2015. All things are going well until the drone pass-by an angry chimp with a tree branch who seems to be waiting for it to get close enough to be swatted.

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Undeclared Meat Ingredients in Pet Foods Can make them Sick

dog food, mystery dog

Most “wet foods” for cat and dogs has undeclared (missing on product labels) ingredients of beef, chicken and pork that can get your dogs or cats sick. It can cause serious allergies, gastrointestinal disease, chronic ear inflammation, and diarrhea.

According to a research, the DNA test these pet foods has “unspecified animal species” in 14 of the 17 tested products( included are Nestle Purina, Mars and Hill’s Pet Nutrition). The researchers said that they cannot identify the meat.

Professor Kin-Chow Chang the senior author of the University of Nottingham report said in a press release,

“Shoppers maybe be surprise to find out that prominently described contents such as beef on a tin could, within the guidelines, be a minor ingredient, have no bovine skeletal muscle meat and contain a majority of unidentified animal proteins.”

He also said that there should be "Full disclosure of animal contents will allow more informed choices to be made on purchases which are particularly important for pets with food allergies, reduce the risk of product misinterpretation by shoppers, and avoid potential religious concerns.”

The journal Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica is suggesting that it is time for a more rigorous regulation of pet foods worldwide to stop misleading labels and poor quality meals for dogs and cats.