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Wacky Animal Stories
Originally posted 04/21/2015 05:30PM
It was 81 years ago that one of Scotland's biggest stars broke onto the mythology scene.
On April 21, 1934, "Surgeon's Photograph," one of the most infamous shots of the Loch Ness Monster, was published, starting a worldwide fascination with the water creature that lasts to this day.
Originally posted 04/08/2015 03:20PM
It's a berry interesting case of some birds gone bonkers.
Last week, Alese McDowell of Albany, Georgia, says she spotted about 50 cedar waxwing birds dead on the ground and a flock flying above them as if they were "drunk."
Originally posted 04/07/2015 06:20PM
Lucy Liu the Chihuahua – not the Charlie's Angel – is making headlines for her mothering skills.
The little dog recently adopted two kittens into her care, reports WRIC. Both of the baby cats had been found abandoned on the side of a road near New York City.
The 10-week-old felines were rushed to Hi Tor Animal Care Center for treatment, where they were later taken in by veterinary technician Jamie Apfel.
Originally posted 03/28/2015 10:30AM
It's tee time again for Goliath the alligator.
The 13-ft reptile first made a splash on March 6, when he was found happily stomping across a course at Myakka Pines Golf Club in Englewood, Florida. The club posted photos of the alligator to Facebook, where they received international attention.
Originally posted 03/22/2015 07:20PM
The Phoenix Zoo has something "em-bear-assing" to confess. For the past two years, the Andean bear keepers have been calling a boy ... is actually a girl, reports azcentral.com.
The zoo recently admitted online that they made a mistake when determining Luka the bear's sex. Keepers discovered their error while doing a check-up on two-year-old Luka before moving her to a new home at a zoo in Nashville, Tennessee.
Originally posted 03/14/2015 03:50PM
Some people (hint: us) are celebrating Pi Day by eating many, many helpings of many, many different types of pie.
Originally posted 03/11/2015 05:10PM
Putters at the Myakka Pines Golf Club in Englewood, Florida, have a new hazard to worry about on the greens: 13-ft. alligators.
Originally posted 03/10/2015 04:50PM
Zombie cat has been one-upped. Amigo the kitty not only returned from the dead, he came back to life after being cremated ... or at least that's what his owners thought at first.
According to Metro, John and Margaret Ross's cat named Amigo recently went missing from the couple's home in Hackney, England. Shortly after the pet's disappearance, a cat was run over and killed in the neighborhood. The Rosses were heartbroken to discover the deceased feline looked just like their sweet Amigo.
Originally posted 03/05/2015 02:20PM
Using hidden cameras, some designed to look like pufferfish, Discovery Channel was able to get up close to a group of teenage bottlenose dolphins for their special Dolphins: Spy in the Pod, and they found some of them may have a bit of a drug problem.
Originally posted 03/03/2015 04:20PM
This one's for all the cat ladies out there: Call your travel agent now, because I have a fun and furry vacation idea for you.
Book a ticket to Aoshima Island. This tiny Japanese isle is a magical, meowy place where squads of feral cats rule the streets, and just about everything else, according to NBC News.
Also known as Cat Island, Aoshima is a pet dander paradise where felines outnumber humans six to one.
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