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Posted June 3, 2014 by Creature Features

Florentijn Hofman is at it again and his latest masterpiece is the cat's meow. Known for his gigantic inflatable rubber duckies, the Dutch artist's encore is an enormous pink cat crafted from bamboo and created through the use of 3D printing technology.

Posted June 1, 2014 by Ron Callari

Similar to a musician who also went by the name, "Cat," Keyboard Cat seems to have ripped a page out of
Cat Stevens' playbook (or should we say songbook?) After hitting the
charts in the early 70s only to become an instant success, the famed
singer-songwriter of 'Tea for the Tillerman' fame removed himself from the public eye. . .

Posted May 31, 2014 by Ron Callari

While various bird species and the Monarch butterfly clock the longest
annual treks on record in the avian and insect worlds, it wasn't until 2012 that
researchers were able to determine the longest migration of a mammal.
In the past, guess-work has been used to determine the migration
distances of the wildebeest, the caribou, the Tibetan antelope and
others. Today, with the use of modern technology . . .

Posted May 30, 2014 by Laurie Kay Olson

Selfies are a craze that has swept the human world and it now seems to
be jumping species. Recently Scott Brierley was at the West Midlands
Safari Park in Worcester, England, and taking selfies of himself with
the elephants, when he accidentally dropped his phone outside the car.
Moments later history was made.

Posted May 27, 2014 by Ron Callari

Pulling your best pose -- close, upfront and personal -- is almost
second nature to us now. Even toddlers brought up with smartphones know how to
capture one. But what about animals? Have they also caught on to the
'selfie' craze?

Posted May 26, 2014 by Laurie Kay Olson

There has long been a debate among scientists as to whether or not animals feel what humans do. It is amazing there are any left that say they don't. With stories like this one it would be difficult to maintain a negative stance. When Mr. G and Jellybean were separated and then reunited, the love they have for each other became abundantly clear.

Posted May 24, 2014 by Ron Callari

We've all read the apocalyptic tales handed down since the Old Testament's Book of Revelation.
We've all speculated on the the possibility of the end of the world
coming as the result of a nuclear bomb, an alien invasion. . . heck, if
the AMC network had their way, it could be the Walking Dead
that wipe out the planet. But, the world ending by 'man's best friend?'
What happened? What could possibly cause our most beloved pets to go postal on us?

Posted May 23, 2014 by Laurie Kay Olson

The town of Divide, Colorado, was very divided last month as they faced the mayoral elections and the astounding range of eleven candidates -- and not a human among them. Not surprisingly the election went to the dogs, well, one dog anyway. The winner was a soulful looking bloodhound by the name of Pa Kettle. The runner-up, and new vice-mayor, is a wolf named Keyni.