Despite the warning signs, Chua was photographed peering through his lens past the rope barrier that separates the barred area from where tourists should be. He was also reportedly carrying a bag full of mealworms, which he used to bait the birds.
As per the report of Times of India, at least 117 kilograms of blue bull meat, animal skin, ivory, five skulls of deer, horns of sambar deer, antlers of antelope and black buck, and 40 guns have been recovered from Devindra Kumar's warehouse.
Meet Tajiri. The zoo claims the name means "hope," but many said it actually means "rich."
According to a Fox4 News report, the fishermen sailed Saturday morning. They were about four miles off the coast of Key Biscayne when their boat started to sink.
410.28 ppm to be exact, is the highest the world has ever seen and they warned that 410 ppm is just the start of the terrifying records that will shock us in the upcoming months.
The United States military has revealed their plans to hack the brains of their soldiers to enhance their cognitive abilities, meaning what they could normally learn in weeks, they could learn in a matter of hours
A massive female porbeagle shark, believed to be the biggest ever caught was reeled in at Hartland Point in Devon.
An unidentified perpetrator has dropped a ball of about 40 snakes in the parking lot of Walmart at Paragould, Arkansas.
The three-foot continental giant rabbit, named Simon, died in the cargo section of a Boeing 767 after flying out of Heathrow to be with his new celebrity owner in the U.S.
Molly, the rare "hermaphrodite" dog had undergone gender reassignment surgery.
According to Dina Mitchell, she was not doing any physical activities when the Fitbit Flex 2 started to burst into flames.
Eight lambs born at equivalent of 23 weeks human gestation were kept alive by placing them inside a "biobag, " which appears to be a huge ziplock that is attached with tubes of blood and fluid.
Tritium is a radioactive element found as a result of thermonuclear bomb testing during the 1950s.
Photo of the monstrous catch was posted on the Facebook page of Offshore Fishing New South. It shows the full size of the bull shark, which was hung upside down and toweing over a standing man.