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A Hunter Used To Take Wealthy People On Hunting Trips, Got Haunted Himself

A South African notorious wildlife hunter called Scott Van Zyl, who had a company called SS Pro Safaris, was hunted in his last hunted trips in Zimbabwe.

Scott, who took videos and photos of his trips and cherished his hunting trophies, got separated from his pack of dogs, and another guide around the boarders the Limpopo River, that is a thriving den of crocodiles.

So, when Scott stayed unseen for hours, a rescue and search team was sent to the area. Finally, they found his backpack by the river bank after following his footprints! Unfortunately, Scott’s remains were found in a crocodile’s stomach, that was killed with another 2 by order of the authorities. Watch the video above to have more information.

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This pup was starving and had no water even and nobody knows from how many days it was stuck in this box. However, the pup somehow used its brain and altered the people around by way of waging its tail and making noise. The person who actually discovered this pup also felt that something is in the box by listening to that noise. As soon as he opened up the box he was surprised to a pup in a very brutal state in the taped box.
In case, if the pup would have not used its brains and would have not made any noise this box must have left unidentified and the pup must have died inside it, there was no way of breathing as well but since this dog was meant to be alive it lived and was also taken for treatments after discovery.

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