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A Tweet From A Twit Doesn’t Compare To A Tweet From A Tit

There’s now scientific evidence a tweet from a Japanese great tit might make more sense than those created by humans. Twitter’s microblogging platform gave added new meaning to our lexicon for the word ‘tweet,’ when it debuted almost a decade ago.

Making Whalers Extinct Versus The Whales?

The tides are turning literally and figuratively in bringing the heinous act of whale hunting to an end. Conservationists are hopeful that their successful efforts in shuttering one commercial whaling shop in Iceland might be the first beacon of hope that their efforts will go world-wide, and that the final chapter of whale hunting might be in our foreseeable future.

Unicorn On The Run

On Wednesday the California Highway Patrol was faced with a challenge of the sort you would never see on an old episode of CHiPs. That is because Jon and Ponch were never sent on a quest to capture a wayward unicorn. With truth being stranger than fiction the real officers found themselves led on a three-hour chase to capture the runaway creature.

Will Political Caucuses Go By The Way Of The Dodo Bird?

Now, that we’re into the thick of the political race for the presidency in the United States, political caucuses have come under scrutiny as to their legitimacy in the 21st Century? After all, they really don’t have a particularly good track record in their ability to select winners. Rick Santorum in 2012 and Mike Huckabee in 2008 couldn't garner more than a temporary uptick out of their wins in Iowa.

With Teacup, Toy, Pocket, Micro, Mini, Nano & Juliana Pigs, Does Size Matter?

The only difference between a small pig and a tinier pig is the name, and perhaps to fracture the famous quote made by our favorite Elizabethan Bard: “a pig by any other name would smell the the same.” Small pigs have been described as "teacup, toy, pocket, micro, mini, nano and Juliana." And while each name might infer something slightly different, the fact is that the smaller the swine, the more popular they become.

3D Printer Provides 'Buttercup' The Duck With Quacky Prosthetic

Modern technology has once again come to the rescue of an animal in need. A white Pekin duck by the name of Buttercup is the lucky recipient of a new webbed foot courtesy of Mike Garey, owner of Feathered Angels Waterfowl Sanctuary located in Arlington, TN.

Who Will Be the Next PPOTUS (Presidential Pet(s) of the United States)?

A lot of speculation has been directed towards the GOP and Democratic contenders for the number one seat in the land. But what about their household pets (or lack thereof) that may or may not be taking up residency alongside them? Do you judge a presidential candidate differently based on whether or not he or she is a pet-owner?

Men Dog Owners Found To Be More Relationship Worthy To Members Of The Opposite Sex

Guys, the verdict’s in: if you’re looking for a lady, get a dog. Recent studies show women favor men with dogs over men without, and that includes men who would not typically be considered traditionally handsome.

Florida. Yeah. We Have Monsters Here. The Animal Video Of The Day!!!

Yep.  This.  Where I live in Florida, this is almost a daily event.  It just usually isn't this large...

Old Bird Still A Spring Chicken When It Comes To Procreation

Humans have age limits as to what they can biologically accomplish during their lifetime. It's a fact that the ability to bear a child diminishes as females get older. However, the demography of motherhood has shown a shift over the centuries, as our average life spans have lengthened. While hundreds of years ago, women in their teens were encouraged to procreate, today's mothers are having their children later in life, after focusing on education, careers and other interests during their twenties and thirties.