Seagull Flies Right into Girl's Face On Amusement Park Ride at High Speed
A teenager was enjoying her time on an adrenaline-provoking ride at an amusement park when out of nowhere, an aggressive animal gave her something else to scream about!
An online clip of a 13-year-old on the Springshot amusement park ride at Jersey Shore went completely viral. As Kiley Holman was whipped around, a seagull landed right onto the young girl's face.
The popular video shows the teenager and her friend Georgia Reed, who Kiley was joining at the park for her 14th birthday, slowly preparing for the ride to take off. When it did, they both began screaming.
A SHOCKING MOMENT
However, almost a second after the ride took off, a bird flew right into Kiley's face, which she calmly and immediately pulled off of her. As she opened up about the incident, the teenager said:
"I always wanted to catch a seagull so, I guess that's my way of catching it."
In the clip, one can see the bird clasping tightly at her. The teenager shared that she could feel the bird's beak on her neck while its wings were grasping onto the ride.
STILL ABLE TO SCAVENGE
A lover of animals, Kiley stated that this is what helped her remain composed in the strange situation. Luckily, neither this teenager nor the bird was injured by the incident.
This particular species of the seagull is well-known on the Jersey shore for being somewhat audacious. They tend to steal food from tourists.
AS CUTE AS A BUTTON
Some feathered friends are not aggressive at all but rather more loving in their demeanor. Arlo, the adoring Pacific parrotlet, went viral in an Instagram clip where the bird displayed its deep love for its humans.
The little one wriggled around in an almost dance-like fashion while chirping. According to the snapshot's description, this is the way the 2-year-old says, "I love you."
There are combative, compassionate, and then clever birds. One Tweet shared a clip of a feathered friend having effectively stitched two leaves together to create a foundation for its nest, with one Tweet stating :
"Cantilevered architectural perfection! Engineers and architects should take note."
It's not just birds that are loving and smart. Many animals, such as a deer that left a forest to check on a crying child, display these attributes.
Hanna Burton shared a clip online of her trying to comfort her baby on a porch when a deer suddenly appeared, trying to find out if the little one was okay. If that isn't a touching moment, then nothing is.
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