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A 28-year-old New York man jumped into the Hudson River at 43rd Street and 12th Avenue at around 5 p.m. while trying to save his dog.
According to a news report from the Florida Museum of Natural History, a worm-like amphibian called a caecilian, pronounced 'Sicilian,' was discovered in the Tamiami Canal. It is the first of its kind to be found in the United States.
Piranhas ate a Brazilian man after jumping into a lake and drowning while trying to escape a swarm of bees.
According to pest control technicians with Trapper Jack Wildlife Specialist, a homeowner in Murfreesboro called at around 8 a.m. after finding the snake in the bathroom.
Washington County Sheriff's Office said that a 57-year-old man is behind bars after neighbors accused him of feeding their dogs rat poison.
Lou, a coonhound belonging to Paige Olsen from Oregon, officially earned a Guinness Book of World Record’s entry for longest ears.
Want to get a pet, but still thinking about it – but not sure if the traditional dog or cat may be your thing? Maybe get something a little more “exotic”, but not a “Joe Exotic” type of pet that would break your bank account? Well, maybe a turtle will do!
A 15-year-old was rushed to the hospital after being bitten by an unknown creature while lobstering off Key Largo this past weekend.
Meet Sparta, a 28 thousand-year-old cave lion cub uncovered in Siberia, so well preserved her teeth, organs, and whiskers remain intact.