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Posted June 8, 2012 by Myra Per-Lee

When we think of bears we might imagine a
big brown bear that might come lumbering around a camp site, or a white
polar bear lumbering around the Arctic ice, or a big papa panda bear
sitting in a 'natural' zoo environment munching on some bamboo.  Seldom
does a red panda bear come to mind; maybe because it looks more like a raccoon than a bear, and maybe because they are so rare...

Posted June 7, 2012 by Laurie Kay Olson

Zoo animals are being treated with alternative methods when traditional veterinary medicine fails them. Zoos are turning to alternative healing methods such as acupuncture, homeopathy, Ayurveda, and herbal remedies. The results have been positive.

Posted June 7, 2012 by Creature Features

A pair of British fishermen hooked a lot more than they bargained for when a Porbeagle shark they estimated to be 10ft (3m) long and weighing 550lbs (250kg) grabbed the line and took them for a 90-minute, mile-long Nantucket Sleighride.

Posted June 6, 2012 by Myra Per-Lee

Freemantle Media, producers of the X Factor, American Idol, and America's Got Talent, among other hit TV shows, says everything's moving to YouTube now. And, not to be late for the party, Freemantle is producing 20 hours of programming on its YouTube channel "The Pet Collective," and that's just for the first three months!  The apparent winner, so far is...

Posted June 6, 2012 by Myra Per-Lee

Few folks are brave enough to get between a bull and a cow while they
are mating, but someone had to try the other day when, in the middle of
an intersection in rural Pennsylvania, a bull and a cow were 'having
relations.'

Posted June 6, 2012 by Ron Callari

It's highly likely if Hemingway were alive today, he would be exceedingly
proud to know his cats' descendants are as feisty as he was back in the
day. There's a continuous line of DNA that's descended down through the
years to the current felines that now take up residence at the Ernest
Hemingway Home & Museum. And that peculiar genetic makeup has to do
with their toes. They have six and they and Michael Morawski, the
Museum's owner and CEO are digging their heels in for a court battle that's

Posted June 5, 2012 by Laurie Kay Olson

Many people want it to be just an urban legend, but snakes are slithering into our lives whether we want them or not, will show up in the strangest places, and when you least expect -- downtown, in cars, garages, bathtubs, and even in the Everglades, where they have created an ecologiacal disaster.  It is the stuff of fact, not legend.

Posted June 4, 2012 by Laurie Kay Olson

As humans continue to infringe on wildlife habitats, animals are being subjected to increased amounts of noise pollution much to their detriment. Noise pollution is that which is created by construction, machinery, aircraft, electronics, and any other non-natural loud noise. It may be time for us to learn to embrace quiet..