We often hear stories about people saving animals from almost certain deaths. Here, you will see that some animals aim to balance out the debt.
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A 12-year-old girl from Ethiopia disappeared in her own back yard. After looking for her for several days, police and family found her surrounded by a pack of lions next to a rather large blood stain. She told them that she was kidnapped by two men who tried to force her to marry one of em and that they even tried to rape her. Lions came out of nowhere and her assailants barely made it out alive. Media reported that her cries probably sounded like a cry of a cub and that's the reason lions intervened.
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When a woman had a heart attack in front of her house, her sow, Lulu, broke down the fence of her pen and ran for help. She ran for few miles until she found a highway. Lulu laid down on it and when the first car stopped, she stood up and ran back to her yard. Driver that followed her found collapsed women and called for help.
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Simon Stegall fell in potentially fatal diabetic coma during his sleep. When his wife came home from work, she ignored it, thinking he was just taking a nap after long day at work. Only one who noticed something was off was his pet rabbit named Lili. She quickly jumped on him and started licking him. After he didn't wake up, his wife realized something was wrong and called for help. Medics who revived Mr. Simon said that timing was crucial, and if she had called them just few minutes later, they wouldn't have been able to do anything.
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Several years ago, four divers were puzzled when they suddenly got surrounded by school of dolphins. Mystery was soon resolved when one of the dolphins turned around and attacked a great white shark that appeared from nowhere. Dolphins were protecting the divers for some 30 minutes until they reached the safety of their ship.
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In the light of the previous story, did you know that more people get killed by cows than by sharks in the world annually? Similar thing almost happened to Fiona Boyd who recklessly tried to approach a calf, and was perceived as threat by it's mother. Fiona would get trampled in the matter of seconds when 1100 lbs animal charged her if it wasn't for her mare named Carry who rushed in between them and gave Fiona enough time to slip under the fence.
Update: Now we have new stories about animals helping humans in most critical of the situations.