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While her love of horses is well documented, it seems Katie Price doesn’t view all animals equally.

The former glamour model faced the wrath of her fans today after she used Instagram to boast about killing a bird while driving.

In a post captioned “Nice!! Just send I must of hit a bird (sic)”, the mother of five showed the dead animal wedged into the front of her car.

Naturally, the 38-year-old’s followers were upset by the image with many questioning her decision to post about the incident.

After a multitude of social media users criticised the “disgusting” shot, the television personality deleted it from her account.

 

A video posted by Katie Price (@officialkatieprice) on

Katie's Instagram posts are often controversial.  Earlier this year, she was heavily criticised for using the site to promote her young children's careers.

She also used the platform to address rumours surrounding her relationship with Geordie Shore's Scotty T. 

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This is unbelievable! 

When a crow was struggling to swim in a pond, we bet he thought he was a goner once a big brown bear tried to fish him out…

Amazingly, the bear simply rescued the crow, laid him on the side and carried on doing his bear business. 

The crow looks pretty shook after, not to mention glad to be alive. 

It just goes to show that no creature likes to see another in trouble. 

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It's thirsty work being a bird, but this little guy knows how to deal with it. 

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