How about this for karma?
A wildlife hunter famous for his brutal killings of innocent animals is believed to have been found in the wild.
Remains of a man believed to be Scott van Zyl have been found on the banks of the Limpopo River in South Africa, near to where the hunter disappeared.
After studying the remains, experts believe the body had been devoured by crocodiles, who are prevalent in the area.
Van Zyl operated the SS Pro Safaris company who conducted safaris for tourists in the area, and partook in the killing of various animals.
There are several pictures of gun-toting Van Zyl, smiling proudly next to a variety of victims.
Many species of wild animals are endangered, particularly in Africa due to the refusal of people to give up hunting as a sport.
The Telegraph have reported how the hunter went missing on a routine trip with a Zimbabwean tracker and a pack of hunting dogs.
The usually normal occurrence however took a turn for the worst when the tracker lost contact with Van Zyl and he was never seen again.
A massive search operation was launched in the area, and Van Zyl’s backpack was found but no traces of him were recovered until this latest discovery.
Certain parts of the human demographic have a skewed perception of the relationships that exist between the human and animal kingdom. Sadly there are a portion of society who believe animals have purely been put on the earth to provide food and sport.
It is when the lines become blurred as in this case, when accidents happen. This is just one of many other similar cautionary tales that exist to demonstrate the dangers of becoming complacent in your relationship with dangerous wild animals.
Celebrity zookeeper Steve Irwin met his untimely death in 2006 when he was killed by a stingray when filming for one of his many animal shows.
H/T True Activist