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When livestock rustlers came for sheep breeder Daniel Wheeler’s prize ewes in the dead of night, they didn’t take the animals alive — they slaughtered them on his New Zealand farm and took the meat to sell on, leaving just blood and guts behind. Rustling may sound like a relic from the days of the Wild West, but it has become so prevalent that authorities recently introduced tough new penalties of up to 10 years in jail.

LINSHUI COUNTY, CHINA — A bird-brained farmer in China was busted for actually stealing chickens and ducks from villages just so he could pay for gas for his reasonably priced $290,000 BMW.
According to the Chengdu Business Daily, police say the 50-year-old farmer had been stealing birds from farms in Linshui county, Sichuan province since April.
Looks like the Chinese Warren Buffet—minus all the money—lives in a multistory villa, but had to turn to thieving poultry after running into some financial problems.
Apparently, the $290,000 Bimmer[b] is quite the gas guzzler, so Scrooge McDuck hatched up a scheme to steal ducks and chickens under the cover of night fall.
According to police, the farmer would take his motorcycle out late in the middle of the night. Why not the BMW? Oh yeah—no gas.

Using surveillance footage from rural roads, authorities finally identified the thief.
They almost caught him on May 22, but his luxury ride was faster than the clunkers the Chinese police were driving, so he flew the coup. He was eventually arrested by authorities.
Looks like he was taking the chickens and ducks back to his farm, so he could then raise them. He would then sell them to potential buyers, and then go buy gas for his BMW.

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A huge five-metre (16ft) long python is caught underneath a house in East Kalimantan, Indonesia, on May 20.

According to local residents, the snake was seen since two weeks ago, since then locals have lost cats and chickens. They suspect that the missing livestock was eaten by the python.

Joko Iswanto, Samarinda Taruna Info volunteer coordinator, told reporters: “The snake reappears after sunset, after breaking fast.”

Snake catchers arrived and found the python in the pond under the house. They were forced to curl down under the house to catch the python.

They dragged the serpent into the open before it was wrapped up and driven away to be relocated in a nearby jungle.

As the season turns, herdsmen begin to move their livestock to summer pastures in Ar Horqin Banner, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. More than 3,000 herdsmen will transfer about 500,000 heads of livestock this year. The rotation of pastures gives time for the grasslands to regrow, helping to protect the environment.