MONTERREY, Mexico, July 1 (UPI) -- A woman seen in a viral video climbing into a Mexican zoo's crocodile enclosure and poking one of the reptiles has been banned from the park, officials said.
A video shared on since-deleted Facebook account Stacy Boo shows a woman, identified by authorities as Stacy Alejandra Torres Cuellar, climbing into the crocodile enclosure at Zoo La Pastora in Monterrey.
Cuellar, encouraged by friends off-camera, approaches one of the animals and pokes it, inciting the crocodile to snap at her leg.
The woman falls backward and avoids the croc's jaws. She runs to a back wall and climbs to safety.
Zoo coordinator Gustavo Sepulveda said Cuellar is now banned from returning to the zoo.
PENSACOLA, Fla., July 1 (UPI) -- A video posted online purports to show a hammerhead shark bumping its skull on a the trolling motor of a small boat just off the coast of Florida.
The video, posted to YouTube by Moore Extreme Sports, appears to show a hammerhead shark swimming near a boat just offshore in the Pensacola area.
The shark swims up to the boat and bumps its trolling motor with its head.
"Holy crap," a voice says off-camera.
"That's crazy," another boater says as the shark swims away.
The video's description says the encounter took place "at Pensacola pass by Fort Pickens."