Several parts of Malaysia have been plagued with floods in the past week and many families have suffered great losses. Rescue operations are still ongoing to save these flood victims, but it turns out humans aren’t the only ones in danger.
A video posted on Info Roadblock JPJ/POLIS, shows a few residents sitting in boats in a flooded area. However, swimming in the water were also about a dozen wild boars that appeared to be seeking refuge.
The victims in the boat can be heard screaming as the wild boars swam towards them. Some even used objects to hit the water as an attempt to chase the wild boars away.
Here’s the video:
Netizens in the comment section expressed their dismay that those creatures have to suffer as well while some criticised the people for treating the animals that way.
- “It’s a pity to see animals running to save themselves.. “
- “At times like these not only are humans affected, other creatures are as well and they have to look after themselves.”
- “Pity 😢 Already tired swimming. But humans scream like crazy pigs.”
- “They didn’t come to bite them, they were victims.”
- “I don’t know, I don’t think it’s funny for them to be yelled at or avoided. They are also God’s creatures and they have the right to live.”
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