Unusual behaviour in animals, and our pets

All this news about animals behaving strangely,brings to mind something the C's said time ago:

animal behavior strange Q: (Treesparrow) What's the cause behind the recent rise in strange and abnormal animal behavior?
A: EM frequency changes affecting DNA and neurochemistry. Also these factors can affect spiritual factors in the animal kingdom. One additional note is advised: Creatures can act as hosts or receptacles for "spirit entities".
Q: (L) So, if there's a demon out there that has it in for somebody, they can use an animal to attack that person. Is that kind of it?
A: Close.
Q: (Pierre) Castaneda talked about that. (Pierre) he talked about "special animals" that had special spirits. (Perceval) Is that particularly strong at this time because of the EM frequency changes affecting DNA?
A: Yes. animal die offs
Q: the bird, fish, and animal die-offs. Are they related to each other?
A: Some are; some are not.
Q: (Perceval) The claim by the Department of Agriculture - or whatever it is - where they claimed that they killed some birds - some starlings - was that a lie?
A: They did.
Q: what killed the birds in Arkansas on New Year's Eve?
A: Overhead explosion.
Q: (Ailen) some could be deliberate obfuscation and confusion of the matter...
A: Yes
Hundreds of bees attacked and injured a woman at her Murrieta home Wednesday before also stinging some firefighters who arrived to help, authorities said.

Murrieta Fire & Rescue was called shortly before 2 p.m. to the 23000 block of Spring Branch Court, where they found the woman covered by a swarm of bees concentrated on her head and arms, according to Battalion Chief Steve Kean. The woman was transported to a local hospital for her injuries and was reported to be stable, Kean added.

Firefighters were stung trying to assist the woman, and one was also transported to the hospital but has since been released, according to Kean, who said crews sprayed foam to tackle the swarm.

Firefighters located two hives in the eaves of the house, Kean said, adding that bees may have also entered the home’s attic space.

A bee removal company has addressed the hives, but it may take some days for the bees to dissipate or die out, Kean said. Authorities have urged nearby residents to be cautious around the home.

It was not clear what triggered the bees to become aggressive Wednesday, Kean added.

Murrieta Firefighters – IAFF Local 3540 posted video on social media showing firefighters spraying the home with foam.
Sea lions attacking surfers in SoCal being blamed on toxic algae!

As Southern Californians prepare to flood local beaches in anticipation of the Fourth of July holiday and an oncoming heat wave, experts are warning beachgoers to be vigilant about a surprising hazard: biting sea lions.

By Olivia Kalentek Published: Jul. 1, 2023 at 6:09 PM GMT+2 |Updated: 12 hours ago
LITCHFIELD, Conn. (WFSB) - Multiple agencies responded to a bear attack in Litchfield on Saturday.
Officials say a 65-year-old man was bit by a bear on Baldwin Road just before 11:15 a.m.

The bear was inspecting birdfeeders on a person’s porch when a dog spotted it walking into the yard and chased it. The bear attacked the dog and the homeowner intervened.

The bear attacked the homeowner who suffered non-life threatening injuries, officials with DEEP said. The homeowner was transported to the hospital and the dog was transported to a veterinary hospital.

State police said the homeowner was bitten on the hand. The extent of the dog’s injuries is not yet known.
The bear went into the woods and was not found by officers.

State police, DEEP, and EnCon police were all called to the scene.

With the holiday weekend, DEEP urges residents to be extra cautious when grilling or eating food outside. They said grills should be cleaned and put away and recommend keeping garbage inside.

They also released a statement regarding leaving birdfeeders up:
“Birdfeeders should not be up from late March through November while bears are active. Birdfeeders, along with trashcans, are one of leading causes of bear conflicts and damage reports that DEEP receives across the state. Food attractants such as birdfeeders around peoples’ homes are a gateway to bears associating humans with food sources, which leads to more dangerous behaviors such as home entries, which can lead to bad outcomes for both humans and bears.”
DEEP spokesperson Paul Copleman
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Bears getting in fights with dogs is not really unusual. I went hiking in the mountains once with my dog and a forest ranger approached me and said that I couldn't take the dog as bears had been sighted in the area recently and bears and dogs are enemies and if the bear saw the dog, it would attack. And this was many, many years ago.
If it IS real, that shark looks like it's having convulsions!

It's real. It's a tuna, not a shark. They normally stay in deeper water so it is unusual. Doesn't look like normal hunting behaviour for that species, it's quite agitated.

They do farm tuna around Malta and so it could have escaped from a farm and become disoriented. Possibly injured too.

It's real. It's a tuna, not a shark. They normally stay in deeper water so it is unusual. Doesn't look like normal hunting behaviour for that species, it's quite agitated.

They do farm tuna around Malta and so it could have escaped from a farm and become disoriented. Possibly injured too.

Yes, I agree, this one seems to be under a great stressful situation.
I guess the squeaking of the moving item, perhaps inaudible for the man, turned the cat mad.
Very wild reaction. Maybe he felt or saw something, cats are good at that. Maybe an attachment on the legs of the guy. Because the way he acted is super strange. I doubt a sound made him become aggressive with the man. But maybe, I don't know. Or something the cat saw around the legs, a spirit, something that we humans can not see...
Jul 12, 2023, Updated 3 hrs ago
According to Colorado Parks and Wildlife, a sheepherder was attacked and severely injured by a black bear in the Weminuche Wilderness, about 23 miles northeast of Durango.

At about 1 a.m. on Tuesday, the 35-year-old sheepherder reports that he was woken up by a disturbance at his campsite involving a bear and his sheep while working under a grazing permit for the San Juan National Forest.

The sheepherder fired a .30-30 rifle at the bear, with the bear then attacking him. The man sustained bite wounds on his head, as well as wounds on his left hand and arm, his left hip, and his back.

Following the violent encounter, the sheepherder crawled to his tent and contacted his cousin who was able to call for additional help.

Colorado Parks and Wildlife heard about the attack at about 4 a.m., responding to the campsite near Burnt Timber Trail by 8:30 a.m. Once at the scene, they discovered two dead sheep with wounds consistent with bear depredation, as well as a blood trail and the victim's rifle.

The team collected multiple DNA samples from the scene and from the victim.

Unsure if the man had hit the bear with bullets from his rifle, CPW officers started to search for the bear. A dog team arrived at about 5 p.m., soon latching on to a scent trail at a nearby creek drainage. The dogs followed the scent to a bear, which they pursued to the Florida River over steep and treacherous terrain.

CPW officers followed the dogs with the help of a GPS collar on one of the dogs. The suspect bear was located and killed via gunshot at about 10:53 p.m.

Once the bear was recovered, it was determined that it was a roughly-8-year-old male, weighing 250 pounds. The bear had wounds on its chest, but it was unclear if they were from a gunshot.

Lab results from the DNA that was collected will be used to determine if the bear that was killed was the bear involved in the attack. Sheep wool was found in the bear's stomach contents.

The victim received initial treatment at the scene and was ultimately flown to Grand Junction for surgery.

This is the first reported bear attack of the year in Colorado.

Bear attacks are rare in Colorado and tend to occur when a bear is surprised, cornered, or being defensive. It's generally best to simply steer clear of black bears, giving them plenty of space when spotted. If an attack involving a black bear is imminent, fight back – don't play dead as is the recommended advice for a grizzly encounter.

Read more about staying safe in bear country on the National Park Service website here.

Jul 12, 2023 Updated 5 hrs ago
Some minor and major events.

Early on the morning of March 16, a man in his 60s was swimming at a beach in Mihama, Fukui Prefecture, when he was struck by a wild dolphin that approached him, breaking his ribs and causing other serious injuries. Police and others are urging people to stay away from the dolphins even if they see them.

According to the police, a man in his 60s from Kani City, Gifu Prefecture, was swimming offshore at Shojohama Beach in Mihama Town when he was hit by a wild dolphin that suddenly appeared shortly after 4:00 a.m. on April 16.

The man was taken to the hospital, where he suffered a broken rib and other serious injuries.

In addition, three men were bitten by dolphins and sustained minor injuries by 4:00 p.m. on the 16th.

Since May of this year, wild dolphins have often appeared at Shojohama Beach, and at least two people have been bitten and injured by dolphins.

Hi...I didn't do anything wrong, but suddenly a crow attacked me through the windshield. Scary.
Didn't you have a CMOS camera, by any chance? I'm often attacked ...

July 17, 20232 min read
A 47-year-old Arizona woman was seriously hurt Monday morning when a bison charged and gored her while walking near Lake Yellowstone in Yellowstone National Park, the National Park Service reports.

The woman was life-flighted to Eastern Idaho Medical Center in Idaho Falls after suffering “significant injuries to her chest and abdomen,” the NPS reports.

The Park Service as of early Monday afternoon hadn’t released the woman’s name or hometown.

Not Known If Attack Was Provoked

The attack happened near the Lake Lodge cabins on the north shore of Lake Yellowstone. The woman was walking with another person in a field in front of the Lake Lodge when they spotted two bison, according to the NPS.

They turned and started to walk away from the bison, but one of the animals charged and gored the woman. It wasn’t reported how close the people got to the bison when it charged.

Visitors to Yellowstone and Teton park aren’t allowed within 100 yards of bears and wolves, and must stay at least 25 yards away from all other wildlife, including bison.

This is the first reported bison attack in 2023. The last reported attack happened June 28, 2022, when man suffered injuries to one of his arms after being charged by a bison.

Monday’s bison attack is under investigation, according to the Park Service, and this story will be updated as more details become available.



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