“He looks so just sad,” she said of her newest charge. “I want to help him get healthy. He deserves to be healthy.”
Alamo security called Bexar County game wardens after seeing the woman, who game wardens deemed “too fond of the fawn.”
“Please hurry,” the frightened woman told a dispatcher. “He’s biting my nose.”
The angler caught the fish using cigar minnows for bait on a 120-pound braided line test.
The “masked bandit” makes frequent appearances at the window for the jail’s canteen — where snacks for the inmates are stored.
The officer made the move after learning that a Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission trapper would likely kill the animal.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission says it has identified the men involved in a disturbing video that shows a shark being…
Anyone with information that can identify the owner or the animal are asked to contact the police department at 469-474-2700.
“Look! It’s already almost dead,” says one man, pointing and laughing at the shark.
The boat’s crew was fishing about 100 miles off the coast of New Jersey.