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Posted January 28, 2019 by M Dee Dubroff

This unusual tale of animal rescue happened a few years ago when a deer attacked a man who was trying to choke a young woman to death with her own purse straps.

 

Posted January 26, 2019 by Myra Per-Lee

Parrots are smarter and longer-lived than other birds. Scientists recently learned exactly why that is.

Posted January 26, 2019 by Ron Callari

Like those fictional TV tales of Lassie getting lost or the movie, "Come Back, Little Sheba,' today's tale is based in reality. It's a cautionary tale -- one of an animal rescuer's worst nightmares.

Posted January 25, 2019 by Creature Features

Aggressive sea lions in Sand Point, Alaska have once again targeted local fisherman by leaping out of the sea to inflict painful bites.

Posted January 24, 2019 by Laurie Kay Olson

Once upon a time a man named Chuck Jones came up with an idea for a new cartoon. The whole dog chasing cat and cat chasing mouse thing had kind of been done to death even in the 1940s. With some inspiration taken from Mark Twain, he came up with the idea of a perpetually hungry coyote chasing a road runner. This was not just any roadrunner, mind you, but one that could never be caught -- almost.

Posted January 24, 2019 by Ron Callari

You probably got a day off from work on January 21, 2019. But were you aware when you honored Martin Luther King's birthday, that day also marked 'National Squirrel Appreciation Day'? 

Posted January 18, 2019 by Creature Features

Blood-sucking bugs avoid biting bodies painted with contrasting 'zebra' stripes, according to a new study published by The Royal Society.

Posted January 17, 2019 by Laurie Kay Olson

Believe it or not, scientists are using satellite images of penguin poop, or guano, to study changes in penguin populations and climate change. While the images cannot show individual penguins, they can show the large areas of guano left around nesting areas. It is the color of the poop that is of particular importance to scientists because that tells the story of what the penguins have had available to feed on.