Category: Animals

Here Kitty, Kitty… Some Contraband for our Criminal Friends…

By , January 6, 2013 9:59 pm


I’ve heard of ‘cat-burglars’, but a ‘cat-smuggler’? – Well, I’ll be…

A seemingly stray cat is the latest perpetrator in a prison smuggling attempt.

Guards at a prison in northeastern Brazil thought there was something suspicious about the little white kitty – perhaps it was something to do with all of the contraband strapped to its body as it sneaked through the prison gates?

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According to prison officials, the animal was found to be in possession of a mobile phone, small saws and drills – among other items that would come in handy to incarcerated criminals.

Cinthya Moreno, the spokeswoman for the Alagoas state prisons, said that the cheeky feline was caught on New Year’s Eve at a medium-security prison in the city of Arapiraca.

According to Marcelo Avelino, who is the head of the prison guards’ union, “An agent saw the cat and went to look at it closely because something about it seemed wrong… the agent found a bag tied to the animal’s body filled with saw blades and drill parts for concrete drilling and digging tunnels, along with a cell phone complete with battery and charger”.

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The cat was recognized as a frequent visitor and had often been seen coming in and out of the Alagoas jail, and prison officer Luiz de Oliveira Souza said that “prisoners had raised the cat and relatives would often take it home after a prison visit… We were very surprised by this new tactic of prisoners who trained the animal so that it returned to the prison and even managed to carry materials”.

A report in ‘The O Estado de S. Paulo’ newspaper stated that “all of the prison’s 263 inmates are suspects in the smuggling attempt”. A prison spokesman said however, that “it will be hard to discover who is responsible since the cat does not speak”. (Way to go, Einstein)!!

Source: Aussie Pete Legacy Blog

Sex Every Few Minutes – Should Make You Happy? Well, This Is Quite Sad…

By , March 18, 2012 10:26 pm

Known in the scientific world as ‘sex addicts’ and actually the closest genetic relative to humans, the bonobo ape is now facing extiction.

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One might well think that by constantly making love – in fact as often as every few minutes in the case of the Bonobo – should ensure the protection of a strong population growth or at least sustainability (or at least make the males happy, right?). However, due to the combination of low fertility and the fact that they are often hunted for meat and baby Bonobos being stolen for pets, this native primate of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) are dangerously dwindling in numbers.

The ‘endangered’ classification, comes after the latest estimate that puts the population at around just 5,000 in total (with a few more housed in zoos around the world). Prior to the civil war in the DRC, there were around 100,000 in existence.

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Evelyne Peteolot (Lola Ya Bonobos Sanctuary near Kinshasa) said, “We know that the number of animals is diminishing in dramatic proportions… It is so difficult with all the political problems here to be able to carry out a proper census… It’s a species that will disappear, unfortunately, because this animal only exists [in the wild] here in Democratic Republic of the Congo. If there are no longer any left here, they will no longer be found anywhere. So they will become extinct, which is a real shame.”

I recently watched a documentary on these amazing animals and was in awe at how closely their behaviour and mannerisms matched our own… they are as cloesely related genetically to humans as the chimpanzee.

As an aside, from such a sad piece of news to one celebrating the joys of childbirth, I caught sight of this video on YouTube. It’s obviously not the first ‘time lapse’ video of a pregnant Mum from conception to birth, but it definitely strikes me as one of the most artistic and coolest – just wait until the baby comes… sort of just sucked right out of her tummy… this is a must watch, my friends:

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Source: Aussie Pete

Lock Your Doors When You Sleep – This Is Scary Sh*t!

By , January 15, 2012 9:06 pm

Spending the best part of my life ‘down under’, I’ve obviously been exposed at times to some of the world’s deadliest creatures – highly venomous snakes and spiders at the fore-front. But when it comes to ‘home invasions’, the worst I’ve come across, is a red-belly black (snake) on one occasion and redback spiders on a few.

Never have I experienced anything like this though!!

Micko Srbinovska and wife, Jo, with their 1.7-metre intruder!

Micko Srbinovska and wife, Jo, with their 1.7-metre intruder!

With a guitar as his only weapon, 42-year old Micko Srbinovska managed to make his way past the 1.7 metre salt water crocodile that had managed to find its way into the family loungeroom of his Darwin home, to get to the telephone to call the local ‘Crocodile Management Unit’.

It’s suspected that the monster reptile was an escapee from the Darwin Crocodile Farm.

Around 5:30am on Saturday morning, Mick was woken up by his wife Jo, who had been woken herself by their pet dog barking crazily just outside their bedroom door.

According to Mick, he “opened the sliding door and saw the crocodile right outside the door… It is pretty full-on when there is a crocodile in your lounge room – I nearly died.”

By all accounts, residents in the area say that as many as 15 crocodiles have been suspected of escaping from the Darwin Crocodile Farm and turned up on properties over the past five years.

REALLY? FIFTEEN (15)!! – Maybe this is just another reason why I would never live in Darwin 😀

Source: Aussie Pete

Psychological Torture Of Animals – Abuse Or Just Cute?

By , October 27, 2011 12:50 am

Any kind of animal cruelty makes my blood boil… but obviously any abuse manifests itself in a variety of ways. Not only is it always just physical – the following pet owners are inflicting the worst kind of psychological torture in my mind.

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Under the ruse of the ‘Halloween Season’, pet owners get together to display their beloved animals in the most unnatural outfits and poses. The following images have come from both the 21st Annual Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade in New York and also the Philippine Animal Welfare Society’s (PAWS) annual Halloween fund raising event.

Wait a minute!! This treatment of pets is endorsed by animal welfare groups? *Sigh* – you decide for yourselves, dear readers… is this too cruel? Or is it too cute?!

Jonna Baquillas holds her pet, a rescued cat named Rue dressed as Little Red Riding Hood during the Philippine Animal Welfare Society’s annual Halloween fund raising event entitled Scaredy Cats and Dogs: Year 8 at the Eastwood Central Plaza in Manila:

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Tank the English Bullodog as the “Runaway Bride” attends the 21st Annual Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade in New York on October 22:

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A dog dressed as the devil is displayed during the Philippine Animal Welfare Society’s (PAWS) annual Halloween fund raising event entitled Scaredy Cats and Dogs: Year 8 at the Eastwood Central Plaza in Manila on October 23

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Jazz the “Aircraft Carrier” and crew attend the 21st Annual Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade in New York:

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A Chihuahua dressed as a pig barks to other dogs during the Philippine Animal Welfare Society’s (PAWS) annual Halloween fund raising event entitled Scaredy Cats and Dogs: Year 8 at the Eastwood Central Plaza in Manila:

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Karen Biehl and Eli attend the 21st Annual Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade in New York

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Dogs attend the Philippine Animal Welfare Society’s (PAWS) annual Halloween fund raising event:

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A dog dressed as a sightseeing bus attends the 21st Annual Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade in New York:

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The “Occupy Wall Street” dog attends the 21st Annual Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade in New York:

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A dog as a pin cushion the 21st Annual Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade in New York:

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A dog as a dragon during the 21st Annual Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade in New York:

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A dog in costume during the 21st Annual Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade in New York:

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Sarah Polgee and Kiki during the 21st Annual Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade in New York:

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A dog in costume as a NYC MTA bus during the 21st Annual Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade in New York:

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A pet owner checks the costume of her pet Chihuahua during the Philippine Animal Welfare Society’s (PAWS) annual Halloween fund raising event:

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Jonna Baquillas holds her pet, a rescued cat named Rue, both dressed as Little Red Riding Hood during the Philippine Animal Welfare Society’s (PAWS) annual Halloween fund raising event:

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Source: Aussie Pete

Global Blog Campaign – The 7 Links Project

By , August 8, 2011 4:04 am

I think this is an absolutely brilliant idea!!

I was invited by a fellow 2011 Singapore Blog Award winner (Best Lifestyle Blog), Bing, from storyofbing.com to take part in a global campaign known as ‘The 7 Links Blog Project’.

The idea, is that bloggers from all over the world list out seven of their top articles in a variety of categories (this is not actually that easy when there are literally hundreds of posts for me to choose from, and everything I write is usually inspired by an emotion or passion at a particular point of time – so how to pick just seven best ones?… Check out my selection and perhaps decide if you agree with me). The project continues by each blogger who has been invited, forwarding the request to three more bloggers to keep the campaign going (once again, out of all of my blogger friends and mates – how to pick just three?)

Anyway, a huge thanks to Bing for the invite and the very lovely words she wrote on her Top 7 Article!!

Without ado, here are my seven entries for this project:

My Most Beautiful Post

OK – so how to define ‘beautiful’? I guess the term is very subjective, and for me, the most beautiful thing in my life is my family… therefore, I have to break the rules (already) and enter three articles in this category – one each for Jaime and Casey and one for my beautiful wife, Sammi.

The one for Jaime was just a short while back – the cuteness overload saw the Singapore national Chinese newspaper Lianhe Wanbao view the YouTube Video and subsequently interview me for a large print article that appeared about a ‘4-year old mixed kid Internet superstar’… how very proud was I??

The article (click to view), was titled, “WTH!? Huge Amounts Of Cuteness Overload – 郑家洋”

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The article for Casey was (of course) the miracle that was his childbirth (on the same date as my dear departed Dad). Click here to view “Miracle of Life – Casey Zheng Jiakai!!”

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Finally – the love of my life (aaawwww!), Sammi… I’ve obviously written numerous articles about the joys of our inter-cultural marriage, so it’s difficult to choose, but I decided on this one (Valentine’s Day last year – which won a prize from Reebonz)… I chose it specifically because it has our wedding video (short version) embedded. Click here to share with us and enjoy our wedding! – “Sharing The Love For Valentine’s Day”

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My Most Popular Post

If ‘popularity’ for this 7-Links project is based on unique visitors and ‘hits’, then without a doubt the winner in this category, is an article I wrote a couple of years back, after much research on the oft-discussed language that is unique to Singaporeans and actually (I believe) culturally significant and something that all locals should be proud of – SINGLISH!

The article was entitled, “SINGLISH – A Language Guide for Foreigners”… Click here to read it.

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My Most Controversial Post

The most ‘controversial’ is once again a bit subjective, given that I’m going now just on the sheer number of emails I received (and still receive) on this article that I also wrote a couple of years back… it was really a ‘test’ at the time to see what the feedback of readers would be, and is not a topic that I would probably broach on my blog these days – I think my writings and musings here at ‘Aussie Pete’ were perhaps much more controversial back in those days as I was learning to feel my feet in a new country.

This title of the post speaks for itself – click to read – “‘Ang Mo’ in Singapore and ‘Lao Wai’ or ‘Gweilo’ in China – Offensive to Westerners?”

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My Most Helpful Post

This one is easy – without a doubt, the article that I wrote outlining our experiences and the processes that a PR (permanent resident) in Singapore needs to go through to purchase a resale HDB apartment in Singapore… it was also picked up (with my permission) and used as a 5-part series at both one of the popular online real estate companies in Singapore, along with Yahoo News – if I counted all the comments and traffic driven around the blogosphere by these ‘rewrites’, I could also say that this article was the most popular AND (for various reasons) the most controversial.

(NB: Due to changes in rules and regulations, some of the information may be a little outdated)

Click here for “Information For PRs – How To Buy A Resale HDB Apartment In Singapore”

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My Most Surprisingly Successful Post

Obviously over the last few years, the content of my blog has ‘morphed’ a bit into what is now known as ‘WTH’ (What The Hell) – I say ‘obviously’, because I have won the award for the best WTH blog in Singapore for the last two years at the OMY Singapore Blog Awards.

The fallout from this, is that now and then I write posts that may be considered by many (including myself) as downright crazy and even disgusting. One such article received huge amounts of (search generated) traffic and is perhaps a good example of how the digusting and perverted can be of interest to thousands of ordinary people.

Click to read about the “Sick Chinese Video Craze – Pretty Girls Crushing Bunnies (Warning: Graphic)”

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My Most Under-Rated Post

Once again, I’m selecting one of my older articles for this… I wrote this one just a few weeks after we bought our car, and I was very alarmed at the speed of motorists in car parks. Two years later, I still feel very strongly about this, and would love to see this post get more exposure to create awareness.

Car Parks – Slow Down or Kill Someone – Click to read about it!

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Post I Am Most Proud Of

So perhaps the actual article link here is not the only one I’m proud of (although it was an awesome experience meeting such an inspiration as Lee Hsien Loong (PM of Singapore)… in general the post is a reflection of the pride and self-satisfaction that I feel from volunteering as a Grassroots leader. To be able to help out in the community in such a variety of ways is extremely gratifying, as well as enabling my family and me to reach out and meet so many wonderful new friends and neighbours in Sengkang West – OUR HOME!!

Click here to read about “The Day I Met The Prime Minister of Singapore”

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Finally, it’s time to pass the baton on – so the three bloggers who I will invite to participate in the ‘7 Links Blog Project’ are (in no particular order):

ALVINOLOGY
http://alvinology.com

“Alvinology is a light-hearted blog maintained by a regular Singaporean dude called Alvin who lives in Potong Pasir.

Like most Singaporeans, Alvin likes to travel and eat. Hence a large number of blog posts are devoted to these two topics. He also likes to read books, watch movies, check out the funny as well as chee ko pek issues online”

THE LONG AND WINDING ROAD
http://thelongnwindingroad.wordpress.com/

“Once told that it was his destiny to wander through life, the Wondering Wanderer takes a wide eyed view of life’s wanderings through the eyes of the child that he was and blogs about the many things that has captured his imagination through life’s journey.”

FUNNY LITTLE WORLD
http://kirstenhan.me/

“Since moving back to Singapore in 2010 from New Zealand after being deemed “too tall” to play a hobbit (while “too small” for anything else), Kirsten has been working on documentary and film projects.

Kirsten recently won the ‘Best Y Bloggist’ award in the ingapore Blog Awards 2011, and is on far too many social media platforms for her own good”

Latest Internet Sensation – Heidi The Cross-Eyed Opossum

By , March 8, 2011 12:19 am

heidi03Sometimes I think it’s the strangest and most bizarre (or maybe even completely inconsequential) things that spark my interest – you know what they say… small things amusing small minds, and all that? This article reeks of insignificance, and I have no idea why a cross-eyed opossum is so intriguing – but I actually somehow find it strangely amusing.

We know most people love a cute animal and many others enjoy looking at an odd one… so it figures that statistically there will be an audience that will get an absolute treat by watching the internet’s latest star – Heidi!

The marsupial with misaligned eyeballs has become an online hit since it first arrived at Leipzig Zoo in Germany earlier this year.

Heidi will not be on display to the public until July, but until then, photos and videos of the furry and whacky creature have gone viral. Also, her Facebook page already has around 70,000 fans.

Checkout the German news video of Heidi, the very bizarre music video and a few pictures below.

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 More information on Heidi can be found here!

Real ANIMAL HOUSE In The UK

By , November 29, 2010 12:56 am

A couple living in Morley (near Leeds in the UK), not only share the home with three children – Alan and Heather Hewitt have also opened their house to more than 80 exotic animals, including 20 snakes, 15 other reptiles, 25 mammals and all different sorts of birds and invertebrates.

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Mr Hewitt is forever being bitten by tarantulas and snakes or stung by scorpions

Mr Hewitt is forever being bitten by tarantulas and snakes or stung by scorpions

A real ANIMAL HOUSE, there are now 35 different species that have been rescued and now found their sanctuary. For example, there are four boa constrictors, two pythons, two monitor lizards, six bearded dragons, two meerkats, two racoons, one cane toad, four tarantula spiders, two giant tortoises, many different rodents, an African grey parrot and don’t forget the wonderfully scented skunk!!

The house in Leeds which is home to 35 different species

The house in Leeds which is home to 35 different species

The family takes rescued animals in from the RSPCA, police and the public.

According to Mr Hewitt, “Many end up here due to neglect and people not knowing how to look after them. Or they’ve outgrown the owner, who becomes frightened… We have to separate prey and predator. And I’m always on my guard. I’m forever being bitten by tarantulas and snakes or stung by scorpions.”

The cost to care for the animals reaches around £20,000 (approximately S$41,000) per year.

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Images Courtsey of Laurentiu Garofeanu / Barcroft

Click here to watch a video about the house and the Hewitts

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‘Fetishists’ Paying Chinese Girls To Crush Innocent Bunnies On Video (Warning: Extremely Graphic)

By , November 26, 2010 1:20 am

I often embed videos in my articles, because it makes for a more entertaining and interactive post.

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Known as “crush fetishists”, the people who have uploaded these very graphic videos have taken a hammering from Chinese netizens (after a ‘human flesh’ search discovered the identity and located one of the girls from one of the scenes in the video).

In a country where internet censorship rules the day, I am bewildered as to why the sites and all of the embedded videos are still available online to the 420 million web users in China. In the series of videos, several smiling and young attractive girls can be seen first cuddling and playing with small bunnies… then moving onto crushing them and giggling all the way like young schoolgirls.

crushrabbit03There is a scene where a young woman puts a bunny on the table, covers it with a sheet of glass and then sits on it for close to a minute. When she’s finished, she lifts the glass up to show bunny corpse – with blood oozing out of its its nose.

In another scene, one of the girls crushes one of the helpless animals under her high heel shoes.

According to China Radio International, the identified girl, is Huang Xiaoxiao. She is quoted as saying that she had been paid to appear in several videos – payments range from 100 yuan for crushing fruit, 200-300 yuan for “other small animals” and as much as 400 yuan for rabbits.

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Apparently these kind of animal crush videos are sold to fetishists who get some kind of sexual satisfaction from watching them. (WTH – How?) According to the US-based Humane Society, there is a bill to ban such videos ready to be voted into law in the United States, where many of the customers buying the sick DVDs reside.

The website that started all the commotion is extremely popular and often controversial. Let me warn you right now, the following links contain very, very graphic material and not for the squeamish… I consider myself pretty immune to many things, but these images and videos have left some scars that will take a while to heal, let me tell you.

Link to all the graphic detail at ChinaSmack

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After a little bit more research, I soon discovered that this is actually not something new. Read on…

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According to a very detailed background on the ‘crush fetish’ groups (source: China Smack):

“Many Mop netizens and even more netizens would believe this is an isolated incident, would believe that the girls in the video have psychological problems. Actually, this is not so, because behind these girls is an entire interest group, an interest group known as “crushfetish”, and all of them, including the other girls that appeared in the video, are members of abusing to death little animals. Their reason for making videos of abusing and killing animals is to make enormous profit, by making their videos into compact discs [CDs/DVDs], and exporting them. As with the the videos of a middle-aged woman abusing cats, abusing rabbits, abusing dogs that appeared online before, she is just one member only.

After the video and information about the woman abusing and killing rabbits were made public, at 3pm today, a netizen shared everything he knew about the profiteering group/organization that abuses and kills animals to make videos, having infiltrated this cruel group for have a year. However, due to high security within the group, he was unable to make much progress for a long time. After a lot of asking around, he obtained this group’s chat records and content and photos, as well as many of this group’s videos involving the abuse and killing of animals.

In relevant chat records, a person called “天堂之音-老R” made a comment regarding opinions about the video that appeared at the time in March involving a woman abusing various animals. He said: Those who like CF [Crush Fetish] are not people who like violence and murder as is commonly propagated, but rather an extension of SM [sadomasochism], a level, a desire to be trampled to death by a female, giving one’s life to her…and those who [are proponents] for legislation against animal abuse and killing, [they] should ask themselves if they are vegetarians.”

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Is It Cruelty If The Animal Is Already Dead? – Gotta Love Those Kiwis!

By , September 22, 2010 9:26 pm

Called the ‘Poss Toss’, the students at Colyton School in country New Zealand are being taught to have ‘fun’ by throwing the dead bodies of possums as far as they can.

NZ newspaper, the Manawatu Standard, ran pictures of students at Colyton School grabbing possum carcasses by the tail and throwing them as far as possible!

NZ newspaper, the Manawatu Standard, ran pictures of students at Colyton School grabbing possum carcasses by the tail and throwing them as far as possible!

In my mind, this is extremely poor taste… the argument is that the possums are ‘pests’ and very destructive to crops and even general households – which is completely accurate. The same problem exists in parts of Australia, and just as with kangaroos and rabbits, the debate surrounding organized and systematic ‘culling’ has been continuing for decades.

This is the charity sport that they're teaching their kids at Colyton School, NZ

This is the charity sport that they're teaching their kids at Colyton School, NZ

But this should not equate to the celebration of complete disrespect for an animal corpse. In fact, I find this ‘charity sport’ both distressing and indeed quite sick.

But the majority of Kiwis (60% of over 2,000 people) who were surveyed online by stuff.co.nz disagree with me, by saying that possum-throwing was “harmless fun for kids”.

Although some locals had complained to the ‘Society for Protection of Cruelty Against Animals’, saying the practice taught kids to “disrespect dead animals”, surprisingly enough there have actually been similar events that have been run to raise money for the SPCA.

Great – so it’s not illegal and it’s not in school hours… but is this the kind of morals that should be taught to young children? I think not!! What would the principal think if they had a ‘tossing contest’ of his departed relatives?

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World’s Ugliest Animals – Eeeewww… I’m Gonna Be Sick!

By , September 15, 2010 10:06 pm

No, I’m not talking about drunken guys at the local pub after a football match! The following gallery is a collection of the all-time ugliest creatures that inhabit this planet!

Before looking at the pictures, you may want to have a paper bag ready to throw up in… Eeeeeewwwww!!!

Captions courtesy of heraldsun.com.au

The Aye-aye is a lemur native to Madagascar

The Aye-aye is a lemur native to Madagascar


The Blobfish lives off the coast of Australia but is rare to spot

The Blobfish lives off the coast of Australia but is rare to spot


The Mole rat is found in parts of East Africa

The Mole rat is found in parts of East Africa


The Meishan pig from China

The Meishan pig from China


The Chinese Crested dog is a hairless breed popular in the US and China

The Chinese Crested dog is a hairless breed popular in the US and China


Warthogs roam Africa

Warthogs roam Africa


Elephant seals can be found in the Pacific Coast of the US, Canada and Mexico and New Zealand, South Africa and Argentina

Elephant seals can be found in the Pacific Coast of the US, Canada and Mexico and New Zealand, South Africa and Argentina


Proboscis monkeys live in the south-east Asian country of Borneo

Proboscis monkeys live in the south-east Asian country of Borneo


Eastern Horseshoe bats can be spotted in parts of Australia

Eastern Horseshoe bats can be spotted in parts of Australia


Red-lipped Batfish are from the Galapagos Islands

Red-lipped Batfish are from the Galapagos Islands


Muscovy ducks are native to Mexico and Central and South America

Muscovy ducks are native to Mexico and Central and South America


Bactrian camels can be found in central Asia

Bactrian camels can be found in central Asia


Tarsiers can be spotted in Southeast Asia

Tarsiers can be spotted in Southeast Asia


The Matamata turtle is found in South America, specifically in the Amazon and Orinoco basins

The Matamata turtle is found in South America, specifically in the Amazon and Orinoco basins


Oyster Toadfish can be found in the Caribbean Sea

Oyster Toadfish can be found in the Caribbean Sea


Striped hyenas live in Africa, the Middle East and western India

Striped hyenas live in Africa, the Middle East and western India


Lamprey can be found on the Atlantic coasts of Europe and North America, in the western Mediterranean Sea and the Great Lakes

Lamprey can be found on the Atlantic coasts of Europe and North America, in the western Mediterranean Sea and the Great Lakes


The Purple nosed frog is unique to India

The Purple nosed frog is unique to India


Pygmy Marmosets are native to western Brazil, southeastern Colombia, eastern Ecuador, Peru and northern Bolivia

Pygmy Marmosets are native to western Brazil, southeastern Colombia, eastern Ecuador, Peru and northern Bolivia


Tawny Frogmouths are found around Australia

Tawny Frogmouths are found around Australia

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