Believe it or not, scientists are using satellite images of penguin poop, or guano, to study changes in penguin populations and climate change. Read more

Posted by John P. Barker

I have a friend that is really infatuated with his car.  He is constantly wiping off dirt, cleaning the seats, meticulously parking it (to the point of obsession--he lines it up with a specific poi

Posted by Laurie Kay Olson

In the struggle for the survival of the fittest, ladybugs have developed espionage skills to help them to select the time and place to lay their eggs where they and their offspring can avoid the lo

Posted by John P. Barker

Here is why they call a dog "Man's Best Friend."  This is one very happy furry buddy.

Posted by Myra Per-Lee

If you're a peanut butter fan, I'm sure you've paid attention to the recent Sunland, Inc.
voluntary recalls of various brands of peanut butter manufactured by

Posted by Laurie Kay Olson

They say that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. They also say "a
face only a mother could love." Then there is just plain FUGLY! Click on

Posted by John P. Barker

Yeah... this cute little bear "mauling" this guy is adorable now.  But just wait until he's the size of a car and wants to play.  Something tells me the results could be quite different...

Posted by Laurie Kay Olson

There are times when animals just can't help but get caught up in the absurd dramas of the human race.

I see your Montauk Monster and raise you something just as eerie but a lot less smelly: a wave-battered devilish “Driftwood Demon” found washed up on a remote Japanese beach.