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The Solitary Life Of A Bubble Eye Goldfish

The bubble eye goldfish lives a rather solitary life. This is all because of the very quality that gives this distinctive goldfish its name. Those bubbles are apparently easily popped. The goldfish should live alone to prevent other fish from swimming in to him and bursting his eyes. Despite this problem and the, well, ugly appearance, the fish has become the must-have pet among South African fish fans.

Sam, The Unsinkable Cat

Animals have been entwined with humans in truth and legend for thousands of years. In many cases the line between the two gets very blurred. Such is the case with the tale of Unsinkable Sam, a cat reputed to have survived the sinking of three ships during World War II and later retired to a seaman's home in Belfast. Some accounts present the information on the cat as fact while others admit that there is no real proof that Sam ever existed.

Famed Albino Gorilla Was Actually Inbred

Snowflake, the only albino gorilla ever known to exist, likely received his signature snowy coat and pink bubblegum-colored skin due to inbreeding.

Fighting Oil With Oil Cleaned Gulf Animals After The BP Oil Spill

On April 20, 2010, Deepwater Horizon (also referred to as the BP oil spill) was a disaster in the Gulf of Mexico considered the largest accidental marine oil spill in the history of the petroleum industry. More than 8,000 birds, sea turtles, and marine mammals were found injured or dead in the six months following the spill.

Animal Heroes: Jambo The Gorilla

Jambo was born in 1961 at Zoo Basel in Basel, Switzerland. He was moved to the Jersey Zoo on the British dependent island of Jersey off the coast of France. The handsome silverback gorilla rocketed into the world spotlight in 1986 after he was credited with saving the life of a five-year-old boy who had fallen into the gorilla enclosure and lost consciousness.

'Edward Snowden' Of The Animal Kingdom Also Found On The Lam

When "Snowden-and-Rusty" turned into a Twitter meme over night, folks quickly thought that Edward Snowden might have had an accomplice. As the former government contractor charged with leaking top secret national security information, Snowden was the perfect foil for Rusty the red panda who escaped from the National Zoo in Washington, DC on June 24.

$600,000 Grant Given To University, Learned Why Chimps Throw Poo

Actually, the grant for $592,527 was presented to Emory University’s Yerkes National Primate Research Center in 2011 to learn exactly why chimpanzees fling feces at others…

Macaque Goes Ape In Arkansas Animal Clinic!

Joey the macaque was going to temporarily stay at an animal clinic while his owner was away, but he made a daring, yet brief escape from his cage…

Don't Mistake The Yawn Of Animals As A Sign Of Not Catching Enough Z's [Videos]

"Yawn" derives from the Old English words 'Ginian' and 'Gionian' meaning to "open the mouth wide, as if to gape." It is a reflex action of simultaneous inhalation of air and stretching of the eardrums, followed by exhalation of breath. In man, it's commonly associated with tiredness, stress, overwork, lack of stimulation and boredom, though recent studies show it may be linked to the cooling of the brain. However in animals, there are a number of reasons why certain animals take to yawning.

The World’s Largest Crocodile Turns 110, Celebrates With Meat Cake!

Happy 100th Birthday, Cassius! As the world’s largest saltwater crocodile in captivity, this mammoth reptile truly deserves to have his cake and eat it too!