10 Times Where The Glass Was Almost Not Strong Enough
10 Times Where The Glass Was Almost Not Strong EnoughIf you're new, Subscribe! → http://goo.gl/djmfuXTop 5 Best is the #1 place for all your heart warming stories about amazing people that will inspire you everyday. Make sure to subscribe and never miss a single video!#viralstory #amazingpeople #top5best10 Times Where The Glass Was Almost Not Strong EnoughThere’s one thing I know for sure: a lot (if not all) of our subscribers love animals! And I’m sure most of us will do whatever it takes to get as close to them as possible. I know many of you have dogs, cats and other friendly pets at home, but some of us want more. I mean, who wouldn’t like to spend some time with the big cats, or some elephants, or a bear perhaps? But of course, getting close to wild animals is not that simple. You could go on safaris or dive into the deep ocean to get a closer experience. And the most adventurous ones might opt for a time in the jungle, hoping to find all of those wild animals that you can’t see in the city. But honestly, the safest place to see these beasts is at the zoo. Unfortunately, there have been certain occasions in which some incidents happen - these moments made us realize that the zoo is not always as safe as we thought it was. Today we’ll be looking at “10 Times Where The Glass Was Almost Not Strong Enough.” You’ll see how some lucky people were hanging out way too close to the glass that separated them from the enclosure of some wild and dangerous animals. At the top of the list I have a story that will give you goosebumps, and I’m sure you’ll be thinking about it next time you go to the zoo or a safari.The Bear and the Car(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TtGfZO493hc)Alright, not all of the animals on this list were found at the zoo. The next story took place in the Sequoia National Park in California, when a man and his dog found a unique (but not uncommon) obstacle in the middle of the road. It was a bear, which is a very common find in this park. And just like any other visitor at the park, they were amazed at the sight of it, so they decided to stop the car and admire the wild ferocious animal, hoping it would eventually go away. However, the bear just got closer to them, to the point that it started to climb the car and even jumped on the trunk. Good thing the car has windows! Because this bear looked hungry, and perhaps it was hoping to make a meal out of those two. The bear finally gave up and went back into the woods, away from the road. The car suffered a few scratches, but I’m sure the owner is glad that those scratches were not on him.The Silverback Gorillahttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZUsj8Q68q4Visits to the zoo are meant to be educational and fun, while bringing us closer to the animals we love the most. But some visits can turn a bit violent. After all, we’re talking about animals, so you can’t just expect them to behave in any way we want. Their behavior is unpredictable, and this video is a clear example of that. This silverback gorilla at a zoo in Nebraska was not thrilled when visitors showed up. You can see that everyone around was amazed at the looks of the gorilla but the animal was not so happy about it. And in just the blink of an eye, the wild beast charged and hit one of the windows and made it crack. Luckily, the glass didn’t break, but I wonder if things would have been different if the gorilla had continued hitting it. Gorillas are very strong animals, and male gorillas are known to have the strength of many men. The people at the zoo say that the glass is enough to protect the people who are watching from the outside, but after watching this video...I don’t fully agree with them.Lion at the Safari(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k-6SjqbV_uQ)One of the most unique experiences in the African continent is the visit to a Safari. Riding through the wild and seeing some of those animals is one thing you must do while you’re there. But for some of us, Africa is a bit too far and expensive, so we go to local safaris that try to recreate the experience for us. The next video on this list is from a visit to a Guatemalan safari, in which a lion attached himself to a spare tire that was on the back of the car. The car began to drive away and the lion just kept chewing on it. I am not sure if the lion just wanted to play, or if he was actually just training his teeth to have a proper meal later on. One thing is for sure, those guys lost the spare tire they had, but I’m sure they’re thankful it was just a tire...and not someone’s life.Lion at the Zoo(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vO56Ggeq0MQ)And here’s another story about lions. They’re so wild and sometimes aggressive, so it makes sense that I have more than one story about them. The next story takes place at a zoo. You can see on this video how an innocent toddler was just waving her hands at the lions, hoping they would notice her...and they actually did!