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Posted November 26, 2018 by Laurie Kay Olson

You might think that the Saint Bernard dog was named for a Catholic saint named Bernard. You'd be wrong -- well, sort of. The very large working dogs were originally bred by the hospice of the Great Saint Bernard Pass to assist in alpine rescue of travelers crossing the border between Italy and Switzerland. It was a journey filled with peril before more modern modes of travel.

Posted November 24, 2018 by Creature Features

Don't tell Rougned Odor but a newly discovered species of beetle from the Dominican Republic has been named after fellow native son and former Toronto Blue Jays home run hero Jose Bautista.

Posted November 23, 2018 by Creature Features

A series of shark fin-shaped bollards in Chongqing, China were installed alongside a busy street to protect stores and cafes from vehicular traffic.

Posted November 20, 2018 by Creature Features

When in Siberia, do as the Russians do: polar bear proof your home by installing spiked metal grills over every ground floor window.

Posted November 19, 2018 by Ron Callari

It stands to reason that while "Cavemen" were the Earth's first homo sapiens, it would follow that a "Cavedog" was man's first best friend.

Posted November 19, 2018 by Creature Features

An elephant on the lam from an animal sanctuary met its match when New York State Police troopers tracked down the trespassing trunked tusker.

Posted November 17, 2018 by Laurie Kay Olson

Last week in West Virginia one neighborhood had a bit of a scare when people saw raccoons that they thought had rabies. The critters were glassy-eyed, staggering, and falling over. Folks were alarmed enough that they called the police. When the police went out and tracked down their furry little suspects they discovered fairly quickly that the problem was not rabies at all.

Posted November 15, 2018 by Myra Per-Lee

At the cost of about $500 per rhinoceros, conservationists are trying to save the species from poachers who kill rhinos for their horns. What these saviors do may surprise you.