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Posted: 6:01 a.m. Friday, Nov. 29, 2013
By Christine Slusser
Video transcript provided by Newsy.com
Some feisty animals were misbehaving this week, so we've gathered our top three favorites.
Our No. 3 pick involves a zoo keeper in Columbia, South Carolina that got into a fist fight with a ... boxing kangaroo. Yes, a kangaroo. (Via NineMSN (Australia))
"The man tries to fend off the aggressive animal as it tries to claw at him." (Via Fox News)
The boxing animal seems to be a red kangaroo. No word on who won the fight.
Our second pick is a New Jersey deer that must have had a hankering for some frozen yogurt. It came crashing into a closed shop. (Via KGMB)
"It happened in Homedale. You can see it slipping and sliding. Deer tried to get a grip on the floor. It eventually slips by the emergency exit and leaves." (Via WJXT)
The deer caused about $5,000 in damage. Thankfully, the shop owner says his insurance will take care of it.
Our No. 1 spot this week goes to a misbehaving dog that couldn't resist eating its 13-year-old owner's homework. Oops. (Via KCNC)
"Payton Moody made a volcano by pinning candy to a styrafoam cone. Well, that just looked too good to Reggie the yellow lab." (Via HLN)
Reggie had emergency surgery, but is okay. Moody redid her project and still received an "A." (Via WBFF)
Thanks for watching Newsy's top three misbehaving animal stories of the week. Check back next week for another top three list.
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