If you haven't heard by now, Florida has a bit of a hog problem.
Basically, wild hogs are running loose all over the state, and they're multiplying like rabbits.
The hogs are huge and dangerous if they feel threatened, which poses a problem for trick-or-treaters!
Things are apparently so bad in Brevard County that they're considering canceling Halloween festivities!
It's currently alligator hunting season in Florida and two men, Keith Kelley & Kelly Sziy, just bagged a BIG one!
The gator, which they named Lumpy, was 13-feet, four-inches-long and weighed 765-pounds!! That's nutso!
Craziest part? They did it all bare handed!! They only had a rope, some hooks and their raw manliness!
An experiment was set up in the woods one day to test a new invention:
The electrified deer carcass!
Wait… what?? Yeah… it was electrified "to protect hunters' game kills and, in turn, to minimize bear-human encounters."
Well, we guess that's one way to do it.
Unless you run across a smart, determined bear like the one in this vid!!
If we could shake our heads any harder, we'd be causing earthquakes.
The internet is hilarious, and someone decided to enforce that by posting a pic (above) of Steven Spielberg on the set of Jurassic Park.
Making an obvious joke, the person captioned the photo:
"Disgraceful photo of recreational hunter happily posing next to a Triceratops he just slaughtered. Please share so the world can name and shame this despicable man."
Clearly clearly clearly a joke.
Satao was a seriously impressive elephant who lived in Tsavo East National park in northern Kenya.
He was one of the last of the great tuskers: genetically unique bull elephants whose tusks are so huge, they can rest them on the ground while standing.
Sadly, Satao was killed by poachers.
Everyone knows rhinoceros, or "nature's unicorns," are beautiful, majestic creatures worthy of life on this planet.
Everyone except poachers, at least.
Because of poaching, it's predicted that rhinos will be extinct by 2020. That's only 6 years away.
White and black rhinos are being slaughtered at an alarming rate, with only