The Japanese island of Ōkunoshima is known as the Rabbit Island for its huge population of wild bunnies. If you are carrying a big bag of treats, like this girl from Hong Kong, you better be prepared for a bunny attack:
Gemunu the Elephant is already notorious for ambushing tourists in their cars as they drive through the Yala National Park, Sri Lanka. He gets very aggressive while searching the interior of the vehicles for any food its passengers might be hiding. This group had a very close and scary encounter with the elephant:
A raging bull elephant was caught on camera overturning a tourist car in the Kruger National Park, South Africa. British teacher Sarah Brooks and her fiance were on a safari trip and were driving behind the elephant when the animal turned around and charged at their car.
A female elephant smashed into a jeep during a recent safari trip at Kruger National Park, South Africa. The attack was filmed by Johann Lombard, a professional safari guide. No one was injured in the incident.
A group of German tourists filmed an angry male elephant smashing their car window during a safari at the Kruger National Park in South Africa. No one was seriously injured.
A giraffe started to chase a jeep with tourists in a (giraffic) safari park in South Africa. The whole thing was caught on camera:
An SUV full of safari tourists was attacked by a 13ft, two-and-a-half ton giraffe during a trip to South Africa. The giraffe chased and kicked the Toyota Land Cruiser for two miles until it reached the fence.
This is wrong on SOOOO MANY levels! The video was recorded at the Tiger Temple in Thailand where tourists stand in water and tease tigers with plastic bags attached to sticks…
A huge slide rolls down the Majori beach in the city of Jūrmala, Latvia.
A Romanian dude high-fives unsuspecting tourists at the Leaning Tower of Pisa…