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Friday, February 10, 2017

Weirdest things ever found in animals




A Whole Light Bulb, In terms of animals eating weird stuff, dogs can go toe to toe with any creature on the planet. Especially Cody, a young Golden Retriever puppy who swallowed an entire light bulb. This poor dog had been vomiting for days when his humans decided to take him to the vet. They did some x-rays and were alarmed to find that the curious puppy had an entire light bulb in his tummy. Thankfully, they gave him intravenous fluids, and the pup passed the bulb intact, which is pretty amazing if you think about it. Generally speaking, Golden Retrievers are among the smartest dogs around. Since Cody was just a young, naive puppy at the time of this odd incident, we’ll give him the benefit of the doubt and chalk it up to inexperience.

X-ray of Cody's stomach shows light bulb inside him
An Electric Blanket in Burmese Pythons, Growing up to 18 feet long, Burmese Pythons are among the largest snakes in the world. They’re known to be active predators who stalk and strangle their prey. They’re able to kill large creatures such as deer, alligators and large birds. However, there’s this case of a python who obviously didn’t get the smart gene, because it ate an electric blanket. In 2006, this 12-foot long snake needed an emergency surgery to save its life after it ate its security blanket. Snakes don’t regulate their own body temperatures very well, so its owner was nice enough to give him one. Apparently the blanket got tangled up with the rabbit its owner was serving it for dinner. The blanket stretched out along 8 feet of the reptile’s digestive track, so veterinary workers managed to cut an in 18 inch incision to remove the obstruction. Thankfully, the snake, whose name ironically, is Houdini, was able to survive.

Python accidentally ate an electric blanket that was tagled up with a rabbit 
Car Tires in Tiger Shark, Before we dive too deep into this, let’s just say that this won’t be the only shark on this list. As it turns out, there’s very little sharks won’t eat, including tires. In fact, tires have been found inside Tiger Sharks on more than one occasion. Known for their robust appetite, Tiger Sharks will eat anything unlucky enough to float in their direction. Even when they aren’t hungry, Marine Biologists have noted that they eat out of boredom, not too dissimilar to the certain people, Good thing they don’t eat rubber tires when they’re bored.

Bored tiger shark ate an entire car tire
Source: YouTube by Pablito's Way

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