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11. 2009 At-Risk Survivor: Ninja Deer Hunter
A man was out hunting in his favorite spot, a climbing stand in an open creek bottom. One morning he heard a deer blow at his back. He waited until the large buck sauntered just under the tree...
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12. 1998 Urban Legend: Raccoon Rocket
In rural Carbon County, Pennsylvania, a group of men were drinking beer and discharging firearms from the rear deck of a home owned by Irving Michaels, age 27. The men were firing at a raccoon that was wandering by, but
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13. 2007 At-Risk Survivor: Buffalo Stampede
In Yellowstone Park near a field where wild buffalo graze, the roadside parking lot is lined with explicit warning signs. Buffalo are dangerous! Then a car from California pulled in...
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14. 2007 Darwin Award: Beer for Bears
Serbia | It's well known that alcohol impairs judgement. It's well known that carnivorous wild animals and humans don't mix. What happens when we combine all three...?
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15. 1989 Darwin Award: Kung Fu Lion
A rather impressionable student of kung fu was listened with rapt attention when his instructor dramatically informed the class,
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16. 2004 Darwin Award: Stepping Out
Certain land animals have evolved over the millennia to use speed in the pursuit or prey or avoidance of predators. The cheetah can run as fast as 60 mph over the plains of Africa, and the pronghorn antelope can reach
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17. 1997 At-Risk Survivor: Stingy Scientist
By guest writer Fred Walker. Against animal testing? How about human animal testing? Dr. Jack Barnes, of Cairns, Australia, failed to halt the spread of his own mad scientist genes, but his survival wasn't due to a la
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18. 2012 Darwin Award: Jack-In-The-Bus
The merits of this potential Darwin Award winner are solid, yet something stands in the way... Consider a bus traveling along the streets of a busy modern city such as Serra, Brazil. The bus driver, guided by instin
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19. 1996 Darwin Award: Hungry Python Kills Owner
A teenager was crushed to death by his pet python after he had failed to keep the snake properly fed, police reported. Grant Williams, 19, was found unconscious in a pool of blood, the life practically squeezed out of him by a 12ft Burmese python
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20. 1998 Urban Legend: Constipated Elephant
Overzealous zookeeper Friedrich Riesfeldt fed his constipated elephant Stefan 22 doses of animal laxative and more than a bushel of berries, figs and prunes before the plugged-up pachyderm finally let fly -- and suffocated the keeper under 200 pounds of poop! Investigators say ill-fated Friedrich, 46, was
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