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Mysterious Pink Pigeons Popping Up Around Britain

Originally posted 07/28/2015 01:40PM



Words hurt humans and pigeons alike. After years of being called rats with wings, a few pigeons have decided it is time for a shocking change.

According to Mashable, these city birds have been popping up around Britain, startling citizens and taking over Twitter.

The Manchester Evening News was the first sharp-eyed paper to spot one of the unusual cooers, posting a photo of one of the white and magenta birds outside a Stockport church.

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300-Year-Old Sunken Treasure Trove in Florida Worth over $1 Millon

300-Year-Old Sunken Treasure Trove in Florida Worth over $1 Millon

Originally posted 07/28/2015 12:50PM

Remember when you wanted to be a treasure hunter when you grew up? And everyone – from teachers to parents to literally anyone else you explained this dream to – said it wasn't a real job?

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Curious Taste Testers Unknowingly Chow Down on Dog Food (VIDEO)

Originally posted 07/28/2015 12:10PM

Can kibble be a palate pleaser? That is what Freshpet is trying to find out.

The pet food company recently treated a group of curious eaters to a bountiful plate of burgers, tacos and spaghetti with meatballs. All the chow looks appetizing, but lurking beneath is a secret ingredient: dog food.

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School's Haka Dance for Deceased Teacher Goes Viral (VIDEO)

Originally posted 07/28/2015 12:00PM

Unless you're a rugby fan or familiar with New Zealand's culture beyond the fact that The Lord of the Rings trilogy was filmed there, you might not have had an opportunity to see a traditional Maori war dance, or haka, all that often. While New Zealand's rugby team, the All Blacks, perform a haka before every game, rugby doesn't exactly have, say, Bachelorette levels of exposure in the U.S.

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Peruvian Government Reaching Out to Isolated Amazon Tribe

Peruvian Government Reaching Out to Isolated Amazon Tribe

Originally posted 07/28/2015 10:15AM

The Mascho Piro, also known as the Mashco-Piro, are an isolated tribe who live in remote regions of the Amazon rainforest in Peru. Around the turn of the millennium, there were an estimated 100 to 250 Mascho Piro living in Manú National Park, according to the International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs. Now, the Peruvian government has decided it's time to say hello.

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Woman Killed by Escalator Accident in Chinese Shopping Mall, Saves Son in Final Moments

Woman Killed by Escalator Accident in Chinese Shopping Mall, Saves Son in Final Moments

Originally posted 07/27/2015 11:00PM

A 30-year-old woman died as a result of an accident on an escalator in a Chinese shopping mall on Sunday.

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Family Members React with Shock, Delight When Man Shaves Beard After 14 Years

Originally posted 07/27/2015 10:00PM

[YOUTUBE "r8PPYv83wtY"] First up, yes, this is an ad for razor blades. But that doesn't mean it can't be moving.

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National Park Service Warns Visitors to Stop Bison Selfies After Woman is Injured, Selfies Continue Anyway

Originally posted 07/27/2015 03:10PM

Stick or no stick, sometimes selfies are just plain unsafe. That is the message the National Park Service is trying to get across to snap-happy visitors who keep trying to pose with wild bison for selfies.

On Wednesday, the NPS released a notice warning visitors to stay away from wildlife, especially for photos, reports The New York Times. This announcement followed an incident at Yellowstone Park in which a woman was flipped by a bison while she was posing for a selfie with the animal. Onlookers said they tried to warn the 43-year-old woman from Missouri that she was too close to the animal, but the buffalo charged at her before she had time to run away.

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Dog the Bounty Hunter Will Not Be Going After El Chapo

Originally posted 07/27/2015 01:45PM

Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com Dog the Bounty Hunter, né Duane Chapman, presumably put many of fugitive drug lord Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán's fears to rest when he announced last week he would not be going after the cartel kingpin, for whom the Mexican government is offering a $3.8 million reward.

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Satanic Statue Debuts in Detroit

Satanic Monument Debuts in Detroit, Ahead of Arkansas Visit

Originally posted 07/27/2015 11:50AM

Saturday night's all right for fighting … and Satan.

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