Beachgoers were forced out of the water along Long Island Thursday after two sharks were spotted swimming along the coast.
The estimated 6-foot sharks were seen about 15-feet off Tobay Beach’s shore in the Town of Oyster Bay around 11:49 a.m., Nassau County Police said.
— Long-Island-Portal (@LawngIsland) July 23, 2015
A squirrel has become an online sensation after it was reportedly “detained” when a woman called police to complain it was stalking her.
The panicked woman was unable to shake the rodent in the western German city of Bottrop, so turned to the authorities in desperation on Wednesday, police told Reuters.
North-Rhine Westphalia police took in the squirrel and found it was suffering exhaustion.
Five bulls gored four revelers — including two Americans — and injured five others with cuts and bruises as they hurtled through the northern Spanish city of Pamplona.
The Americans were a 34-year-old from Philadelphia identified only by his initials J.N.O., who suffered two gorings, one behind his knee and another near the anus, and a 20-year-old with lesser injuries identified as A.G.O.
NC — A dolphin that had been injured in a shark attack washed ashore on a North Carolina beach this week, dying from its injuries in the latest shark-related episode to strike the East Coast.
The incident transpired Friday morning at Kure Beach, according to Fox 8. A witness observed the dolphin as it was attacked by a shark just south of the Kure Beach pier, suffering several bite wounds, including at least one on its tail. The dolphin washed ashore following the shark attack, and beachgoers moved to cover the animal with towels and bring it water in an attempt to care for it. Despite their efforts, the dolphin succumbed to its injuries, dying on the sand.
This dolphin washed up on Kure Beach today. Officials say it was sick and died before washing ashore. pic.twitter.com/B9iTwOb25n
— WWAY NewsChannel 3 (@WWAY) July 10, 2015