Singapore – They are handsome, lively, playful and highly intelligent, as well as talented swimmers. And when they shout, when they call their own genre, people get excited. Nevertheless, fast hunters are not harmless …
Graham Spencer can say one or two things about it. He knew the other side of beautiful guys. He was attacked by a family of about 20 beavers while walking in the morning at a botanical garden in Singapore.
In a fit of rage, the pack broke its sharp teeth over the utterly astonished Britain, and he fell. Bite 26 times in ten seconds!
“I really thought I was going to die – they would kill me,” he said of the attack on the newspaper. “The Straits Times”. His friend, who noticed what had happened a few meters away, ran screaming to chase the seals away. Spencer: “Without him I would not be here. I would be dead.”
In panic, the two men ran to a visitor center, where the otters were on their heels. Pack broke the chase and chased. He was treated at the hospital for deep bite wounds to his legs, ankles, buttocks and fingers.
The elder explains why they attacked all the people: when a jogger came to them the animals quietly crossed the path with dim light. They reacted to the alleged threat and wanted to bite the runner. But he escaped from the pack. “Then they might have thought I was a joker,” Spencer said.
Otters are part of the cityscape of Singapore. According to media reports, there are about 90 otters living in the island state, which are organized into ten families. Each family got its own name from the local people. There have been attacks on people in the past.
Packets can be brutal only when they see humans as a danger to their offspring.
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