[RAW] KITTEN Gets Dragged By FISH Into Pond | Huge Fish Drags Cat Underwater In Japan (Video) [RAW] KITTEN Gets Dragged By FISH Into Pond | Huge Fish Drags Cat Underwater In Japan (Video) Unbelievable moment KITTEN gets dragged by FISH into pond Unbelievable moment KITTEN gets dragged by FISH into pond When fish strike back! Astonishing moment fish leaps from a pond to snatch curious cat in its jaws and drag it beneath the surface Kitten filmed peering over concrete edge as pond fish swim beneath it Recognising its dinner, the hungry cat tries to paw at the passing fish But when it leaned a bit too far forward, a large fish jumped from the water It grabbed the kitten with its jaws and then pulled it down underwater By Corey Charlton for MailOnline Published: 08:36 EST, 28 October 2014 | Updated: 08:42 EST, 28 October 2014 7 shares 14 View comments A curious kitten got more than it bargained for when eyeing up a meal. In this remarkable video, a kitten is dragged into a pond by a fish at least twice its size after it got a little too close to its prey. The footage, filmed in Japan, shows the kitten edging closer and closer to the pond's surface, transfixed by the koi carp passing underneath it. Scroll down for video The kitten tries to paw at the koi carp swimming in the pond beneath it +4 A second cat joins it, with both transfixed by the fish +4 The kitten tries to paw at the koi carp swimming in the pond beneath it, attracting the interest of another cat A pike launches itself from the water at the kittten +4 The pike snatches the kitten in its jaws and drags it down into the water +4 But after getting within an inch of the pond surface, a huge fish suddenly snatches it in its jaws A second cat joins it, even climbing on its back in order to get a good look at the passing prey. When a few attempts to paw at the creatures beneath it are unsuccessful, it edges even closer to the water - with its nose almost touching the surface. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next KATMAI NATIONAL PARK, ALASKA: A grizzly bear cub finds a clam with its jaws. EVEN THE BUSIEST of mums should spare a thought for this moma grizzly bear who has three wildly energetic cubs to care for. From climbing on top of mum to bouncing about like a pair of Jack rabbits at just six-months old these little naughty bear cubs are a high maintenance bundle of joy. Pictures show how momma bear eventually succeeds to bringing discipline to at least two-members of her little family as they troop though the wilds of Katmai, Alaska in search for food and shelter. Florida-based photographer Judylynn Malloch explained that while the bear cubs want to play, their mum, who is just six-years old herself, is only too aware of the dangers the wilderness presents. Ouch! Bear cub gets a clam stuck on his nose as soon as his... This hungry sea lion becomes one of the regulars at a fish bar as she stands on her flippers to queue up. The cheeky animal made her way from the sea to the fish stall and even stood up queuing for an hour. After being given scraps of fish by a generous fishmonger at the bar, the sea lion makes her way back to the sea. These hilarious pictures were taken by photographer Kristhian Castro, whilst he visited Santa Cruz Island in the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador. The 38-year-old, from Colombia, snapped the funny shots at a fishing port just 2.5 metres from the sea. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS. Pictured: The hungry sea lion at the bar. Please byline: Kristhian Castro/Solent News © Kristhian Castro/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800 Sea lion has become a regular at fishmonger's shop and will... Lying doggoe! Pet chihuahua feigns death when someone he... Share this article Share Suddenly a large fish - bigger than any of those the kitten had seen beneath it - lunges out of the water, grabbing it with its jaws and dragging it underwater. Such is the speed at which it launches from the water, even the women filming what was previously a cute encounter scream in fright. It's not known if the kitten survived the astonishing role reversal - but it's believed the huge fish that attacked it was a pike. Pike are aggressive fish, reported to have bitten even humans. They can grow more than 1metre in length and have extremely sharp, pointy teeth. Read more: #ixzz3HSOLV6OF" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2811016/When-fish-strike-Astonishing-moment-fish-leaps-pond-snatch-curious-cat-jaws-drag-beneath-surface.html#ixzz3HSOLV6OF Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

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