On October 19, 2019, Cornell University's Ornithology Lab and its vast eBird data base is here to help everyone, from the novice to the practiced, count and identify the birds they see that day.

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Posted by Laurie Kay Olson

Many Jewish people who really consider their dog one of the family have begun to celebrate their loved one with a Bark Mitzvah.

Posted by Lady Bee

Why do people adopt certain dogs and cats?  Is it because they're
beautiful or cute?  Because they are loving and friendly?  Because they

Posted by Laurie Kay Olson

From air buds to couch spuds: Dogs can now kick back, put their paws up, and veg for a few hours watching television.

Posted by Anonymous

If you ever wished for a better bucking bronco, the Broncomatic may be the answer!

Posted by John P. Barker

I don't think Arnold Schwarzenegger would use this in a movie.  Though I could be wrong...

A Taiwanese girl sight-seeing in Bali served up more than she expected when a pair of promiscuous primates went ape for the gorilla their dreams.

Posted by Myra Per-Lee

Which comes first; the chicken or the egg?  The way biology intends it,
it's the egg.  The mother hen lays the egg, incubates the egg by sitting

Posted by Myra Per-Lee

Don't ask why, but scientists in Russia and South Korea are working together to clone a wooly mammoth, also known as the tundra mammoth, a long-haired elephant-like creature with horizontal banding