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Arctic Snowy Owls On Candid Camera In The Wild (Videos)

If you're familiar with Falcon cams which document the life-cycle of baby chicks (like the YouTube video I recorded at 101 Hudson Street in Jersey City recently), you probable know how live-streaming can capture the live footage of wildlife in urban settings. But what about out in the wild? Seems like that would present even a greater challenge.

Enormous Grasshopper Gets Assist On James Rodriguez' World Cup Goal

A large loco locust landed on James Rodriguez, just as the Colombian footballer was about to score his team's only goal in a crushing semifinal loss to Brazil. Give the insect-lebrity credit: it knew where the cameras would be pointed and made a beeline to share the spotlight.

Snoop Dogg Can't Understand Why Ibex Butt Heads

During a Jimmy Kimmel TV late show taping on June 30th, Snoop Dogg went all Jane Goodall over why ibexes butt heads. Except, instead of having studied the behavior of these magnificent animals like our favorite anthropologist did with monkeys, the rapper mistook his subjects for billy goats, rams and elks. But that's par for the course, since Snoop can't quite decide on how to describe himself either. . .

Migaloo, the Albino Whale -- The Animal Video of the Day!!!

Want to see 50 tons of celebrity whale?  Check out Migaloo, Australia's star cetacean.

Brave Dog Leads a Rescue to a Burning House! The Awesome Bonus Animal Video of the Day!!!

THIS is an example of man's best friend in action.  Watch this great video as Buddy the German Shepard leads a state trooper on a wild chase to the scene of a massive house fire--all at the request of Buddy's owner/Dad.

The Little Elephant That Might Not Roar (Video)

For those unfamiliar with the 1955 Cold War satirical novel and movie titled, 'The Mouse That Roared,' the premise was based on an imaginary country in Europe that declared war on the U.S. in an attempt to gain global exposure and boost its economy. Comparing a small nation to a mouse has since appeared often in literature when drawing the analogy of the little guy or dark horse overcoming insurmountable odds.

Horse Diets To Join Police Force

Murphy was once a forlorn, overweight, and almost forgotten horse on a ranch in Oregon when opportunity came knocking. His owner, having fallen on hard times, had put him up for sale. At the same time a Portland police officer was searching the Internet for a new equine member of the department's Mounted Patrol Unit. That was when fate brought Murphy a major change in his life.

Monarch Butterflies' Migratory Magnetism In Real Life & Under The Dome

Is it a coincidence that novelist Stephen King's suppositions about "Monarch Butterfly magnetism" in his fictional Under the Dome TV drama (returning for a 13-episode second season on Monday, June 30th) actually supports the recent scientific discovery about how these beautiful creatures operate in the real world? It would almost have to be -- since King penned those screenplays a while back -- and the current findings that Monarch butterflies utilize a built-in magnetic compass. . .

Friends Fur-Ever: The Stray Cat And The Lynx

There is something endlessly fascinating to us about animals friends that just shouldn't exist. One of the most curious is perhaps the unlikely friendship between a stray cat that wandered into a Russian zoo and ended up being roommates with a lynx. In the wild a lynx would think nothing of having a tender kitty cat lunch. But not this time.

ALEX, The Parrot Who Knew What He Was Talking About

It's been long believed that parrots could only mimic human speech -- that they could not comprehend what they were taught to say. Differing from that position, it's been scientist Irene Pepperberg's mission to prove that theory a fallacy, and she's spent several decades debating this issue with the scientific community. The African Grey she named ALEX (an anagram for 'Avian Learning Experiment') was her subject and over the course of his 30-year lifespan. . .


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