09:44 AM EDT 04/25/2015
Animals & Pets
Originally posted 04/16/2015 04:15PM
In Vine Time, we take a look at our three favorite Vines of the day.
Originally posted 04/15/2015 12:35PM
Originally posted 04/15/2015 12:40AM
Sea lions lead pretty full lives, romping in waves and sunning themselves on the beach all day. One San Diego sea lion yearned for more, however.
Originally posted 04/14/2015 06:30PM
Air travel can be unbearable, but not for these koalas.
A quartet of the fuzzy Australian natives were pampered by Qantas Airways' first-class treatment before their upcoming flight to Singapore, reports Today.com.
Chan, Idalia, Paddle and Pellita enjoyed big seats, fresh eucalyptus and hot towels before jet-setting to their new home. The koalas are on loan from Australia to the Singapore Zoo as part of an effort to strengthen the diplomatic relations between the two countries.
Originally posted 04/13/2015 05:45PM
This Sunday – while you were out brunching or sleeping or rocking flower crowns at Coachella – one of the most important events in American history took place on a Southern California beach. Five hundred corgis, many of them bandana-clad, gathered together for a massive, absurdly adorable corgi playdate.
Originally posted 04/11/2015 07:40PM
Update on Sunday, April 12: It's a girl!
Originally posted 04/11/2015 02:45PM
Coming to a body of water near you ... It's big, it's gray, and it's perfectly harmless. Meet the new "terror" of the deep: the manatee.
Originally posted 04/10/2015 06:00PM
On April 2, Lu Lu was introduced to female panda Xi Mei as part of a breeding program at the Sichuan Giant Panda Research Center in China, reports the Huffington Post
The two bears (shown in the video above) copulated for 18 minutes and three seconds, shattering the usual 1:20 run time for panda sex. Lu Lu's intimate time with Xi Mei actually broke the record for longest recorded panda sex session.
Originally posted 04/10/2015 02:50PM
In Earth's ongoing contest between land and sea, land just earned some serious points.
A bobcat in Vero Beach, Florida, recently ventured into the ocean and hauled out a shark, reports National Geographic.
This impressive catch was captured by stunned beachgoer John Bailey while he was walking in Sebastian Inlet State Park. Bailey says he spied the animal fishing in the water and that seconds later it was pouncing on its prey. The hunted turned out to be a 3-to-4-ft.-long shark, which the big cat hauled onto the beach.
Originally posted 04/08/2015 03:35PM
A Texas 400-lb. alligator is now resting in a new home, after being safely removed from a small pond.
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