• Bali’s wildest animal stories of 2017

    Should’ve gone for the sunglasses. Sigh. Photo: Maxpixel

    We sure love animals and it shows in our coverage of the beat. The animals–both wild and pets–of Bali never cease to stop amazing us with the crazy things they do on this island. The year 2017 has been no exception, as we’ve covered everything from dirty monkeys pantsing a tourist to a fish casually “walking” across the ocean floor.

    Here are our wildest animal stories of the year, in chronological order:


    Watch: Video of Ubud monkey pantsing tourist goes viral

    pantsing monkey

    Monkey see, monkey do. Who taught the monkey this dirty trick?

    Balian surfer describes getting bumped by shark minutes before suspected shark attack

    Ryan Boarman


    British tourist finds live scorpion in luggage after returning home from Bali holiday (VIDEO)

    scorpion in cup

    Illustration. Photo: Wikimedia Commons

    Aussie woman bitten after stepping on venomous snake at Ubud hotel

    snake bite

    Australian woman Renee Cunningham getting treated for her alleged snake bite in an Ubud hospital.


    Elephant kills handler during feeding time at Bali park


    Photo: Pixabay

    Bali Monkey Masterminds: Uluwatu macaques steal stuff from tourists, barter back plundered goods for food

    Uluwatu monkey

    Photo: Maxpixel


    WATCH: Fish casually ‘walks’ across ocean floor in Bali

    walking Bali fish

    Footage by diver Emeric Benhalassa shows a fish trotting along in Bali waters.


    Stabbed by a swordfish: Briton had to get ‘sword’ surgically removed from neck after snorkeling trip at Bali’s Nusa Lembongan

    Alan Pope and wife, Sharon, were said to have been exploring Bali as a part of their post-retirement bid to travel the world. Photo: Facebook


    No more monkeying around: ‘monkey selfie’ case settled

    Self-portrait of a female Celebes crested macaque (Macaca nigra) in North Sulawesi, Indonesia, who had picked up photographer David Slater’s camera and photographed herself with it.


    Animal rescuers risk going into Bali volcano danger zone to take care of abandoned pets

    BAWA feeding dogs at Mount Agung

    A dog gets fed in Temukus, a village just three kilometers from Agung’s crater. Photo: Coconuts Bali

    Sources: https://coconuts.co/bali/news/balis-wildest-animal-stories-2017/
    Re-posted by Pande

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