WATCH: Boar Hunters Become The HUNTED – Wicked Attack Video

They went hunting for one dangerous beast. They found quite another. When hunting, remember, you are NOT the only lethal creature IN the wilderness.

Written by Outdoor Beasts Staff on October 25, 2017

They went hunting for one dangerous beast. They found quite another. When hunting, remember, you are NOT the only lethal creature IN the wilderness.

It’s all well and good that they were hunting the pigs…

But who was hunting THEM?

They’re crossing the shallow water, approaching the hogs.

Quietly…

Carefully…

The cameraman is scouting back and forth in the water by their feet, to see if any surprises await them.

‘Croc. Croc. Croc.’

The suddenly make a break for it. Charging for the bank opposite.

But the hunter is still thinking about the pigs.

(Now THAT’s focus.)

Then he turns around and fires at the charging croc.

You can see how it plays out in the video.

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Share if you think that bro needed to change his underwear after that charge.

 

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