Sometimes Animals Miss the Mark and Experience an Epic Fail, Tonight on Animals Gone Wild

Each week, we’re putting three of our best animal videos head to head to see who comes out on top.  Now, it’s time for you to weigh in and tell us who YOU PICK as your favorite.  From a dog that comes up a little short on the jump, to a shark that’s spitting out a mouthful of water on some unsuspecting people and a chipmunk momma determined to bring her baby into her home.  Can you guess which of these tenacious animals we are going to feature in tonight’s episode?  Let us know below and tune in tonight at 9/8c to see the result!

Also, tonight, on Animals Gone Wildone of the world’s most elusive alpha killers is on the hunt.  The Bengal tiger can strike when you least expect it, and a man riding an elephant finds out that even from his lofty perch, he is not safe.

Everyone knows deadly predators should be avoided in the wild.  But when a jeep-load of safari-goers meet up with some territorial giraffes, they are trespassing at their own risk.  Long legs allow giraffes to run as fast as 35 miles an hour over short distances and cruise comfortably at 10 miles an hour over longer distances.  So getting close to a giraffe can be risky business!

Then, on a different safari experience, a woman gets a one-of-a-kind chance to view wildlife without bars.  Massive beasts still need some personal space and when this visitor steps too close for comfort to a rhino caught off-guard.  The massive animal lets the woman know it’s a good time to back away, in an experience she won’t soon forget.

Gray whales are equal parts awe-inspiring and terrifying.  And when one gets too close to a group of on-lookers, an exciting photo-op can turn into a deadly headshot.  A whale watcher’s encounter with the power of a whale’s tail is caught on tape.

From fearsome surprise attacks and bone-rushing collisions, to animals pushed too far and predators in too deep.  They’re the animal world’s most treacherous mistakes on this week’s episode of Animals Gone Wild, tonight at 9/8c.