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Originally posted by theonlyalf
Well a couple months back I remember reeding something on strange animal attacks all over the world and it was like wolf attacks and It was basically the same kind of attack every time I was just wondering if anyone had any info on this phenomina?
Chimp Mauling Under Investigation
HAVILAH, Calif., March 4, 2005
Investigators said they are trying to figure out how two chimpanzees that viciously attacked a visitor at an animal sanctuary escaped from their cage.
The chimps chewed off St. James Davis' nose and severely mauled his genitals and limbs Thursday before the son-in-law of the sanctuary's owner shot the animals to death, authorities said.
Davis, 62, and his wife had gone to there to visit another chimpanzee that had lived with them for decades before they were forced to give the animal up. LaDonna Davis, 64, was bit on the hand.
Dr. Maureen Martin of Kern Medical Center told KGET-TV of Bakersfield that the monkeys chewed most of Davis' face off and that he would require extensive surgery in an attempt to reattach his nose. Chealander told The Bakersfield Californian that the chimps also tore off Davis' testicles and foot.
Originally posted by Civil44
Apes are very very very strong. A small chimp is easily twice as strong as a full grown man. I hope he was knocked out when they castrated him : \
Originally posted by WaVe RyDa
lol I think I would prefer the wolf thanks. Here the most dangerous beast known to man is the Pit Bull. Someone seems to get savaged and mutilated every few weeks, last week a few of them were caught in the act of eating their dead owner. Heel boy good boy...and sittttT
Originally posted by mOjOm
Well the guy was in his 60's so I imagine it didn't take too much before things went dark. In fact I can't see how he actually made it out alive this long after suffering the trama that would come with having your nose and face chewed off, castration & mayhem. That is quite nasty, especially for someone of 60-something years of age. I can remember my grandmother having to go to the hospital for hip surgery simply because she stepped off the curb wrong. In comparison I really don't know how much work it would require to tear off the foot of another person, but I'm positive it's a lot more than stepping off the average street side curb.