Did a shark decapitate this crocodile Reptile's head discovered on beach sparks fears over huge great white Gruesome scene captured in South Africa By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 11:57 GMT, 13 January 2013 | UPDATED: 18:59 GMT, 13 January 2013 A decapitated crocodile lies washed up on a South African beach, leaving locals speculating about the identity of the killer. The gruesome scene was photographed and videoed by Neale and Brigitte Cary-Smith and has quickly become an internet hit, with people wondering how the animal met its end
Jailed thug who punched 16-year-old girl unconscious in shocking random street attack is 'too scared to leave cell' Michael Ayoade, 34, ran up behind Tasneem Kabir as she walked to college and smacked her around the headAyoade jogged away as the 16-year-old lay unconscious on the ground in Plaistow, East London, bleeding and with broken teethAn insider at the prison where he is being held said he is 'petrified of reprisals' | UPDATED: 14:56 GMT, 2 December 2012 A thug who has been remanded in custody after admitting punching a 16-year-old girl unconscious in a random street attack is too scared to leave his cell, it has today been claimed. Michael Ayoade, 34, left petite teenager Tasneem Kabir with broken teeth, a bleeding lip and a bruised face in the attack before he jogged away, leaving her out cold on the ground.
A bitter aftertaste! Stoat kills rabbit twice its size after 20 minute fight only for a fox to snatch the prey | UPDATED: 18:19 GMT, 28 November 2012 This unlucky stoat fought hard to kill a rabbit more than twice its size only to watch helplessly as its meal was stolen – by a typically wiley fox. The small animal battled with the much larger foe for 20 minutes before it gave in, only for a hungry fox to nonchalantly stroll out of the brush and take the spoils. Wildlife photographer Robin Morrison captured the struggle between the three wild creatures as he was walking through a wood near Ilminster, Somerset.
Mongoose v snake … this contest was as thrilling as I’ve seen | UPDATED: 08:26 GMT, 28 November 2012 Rudyard Kipling wrote a Raj story about a mongoose fighting a cobra. I thought of that pulsating tale while watching BBC chairman Lord Patten thrash in the dust with Tory MP Philip Davies (Shipley).