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Posted April 18, 2012 by Creature Features

Here's a hooters story the whole family can enjoy! A baby Great Horned Owl blown out of its nest by high winds has been successfully reunited with its fluffy sibling, thanks to the efforts of tree-climbing Toronto Wildlife Centre staffers.

Posted April 17, 2012 by Lady Bee

Wild ducks, or Mallards, are native to most of the world, the females
recognizable by their streaked brown plumes, and the males, or drakes,
most recognizable by their luminescent green necks and heads.  Drakes
are pretty randy birds, their sexual behavior bordering on rape, but
should a drake become obnoxious, female mallards have a secret method of
birth control.

 

Posted April 16, 2012 by Myra Per-Lee

While some would say America is going to the
dogs, there are others who wholeheartedly agree with them, and they're
happy about it. In the 2012 presidential campaign, it looks like Mitt
Romney may have more trouble getting dog lover votes than women's votes, and 2012 just might be the year of the pet activist.

Posted April 13, 2012 by Creature Features

Some women fight crow's feet but this Japanese schoolgirl's feat is fighting crows. While other methods of scaring away the pests have failed, 17-year-old student Misato Ishibashi and her 7-year-old male falcon “Momotaro” know just how to get the flock out.

Posted April 12, 2012 by Creature Features

Paro, Japan's cute & cuddly seal pup therapy robot, has begun soothing and comforting elderly residents of a senior care center in Montreal, Quebec. Naturally, Canadian seal hunters have a problem with this.

Posted April 6, 2012 by Lady Bee

Until the publication of Professor Xu Xing's findings this week in the journal Nature, the last living dinosaur discovered with feathers was the Beipiasaurus,
which lived about 125 million years ago. Now Xing's newest feathered
discovery, found in the same region of Liaoning Province in China, is
about 40 times larger than the man-size Beiplasaurus, and has been named Yutyrannus huali, "beautiful feathered tyrant."

Posted April 5, 2012 by Creature Features

Shironeko, a long-time Internet pet phenomenon described as “The Most Relaxed Cat In The World,” lives in Japan and loves baskets. Shironeko's fame is short on one vital component – merchandise – though the recent release of an officially licensed Shironeko plush may help soothe the loyal legions of Zen Cat fans.

Posted April 4, 2012 by Lady Bee

If you've had any desire to get under the skin of just about any species
of animal, then you have to get to London sometime between now and
September and see the Animals Inside Out exhibit at the British Natural History Museum.  But be prepared...