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Bionic Kangaroo Designed To Bop To The Hip Hip Hop, Bang Bang Da Vinci Beat! [Videos]

For those who remember the Sugerhill Gang's "Rapper's Delight" lyrics recorded in 1979, it's a perfect theme song for a very unique kangaroo that just hopped off a German assembly line this past month. After two years of research, the tech company Festo and their engineers have unveiled. . .

Moving On Up To The West Side - Peregrine Falcons Get A Piece Of The Sky [In Jersey City]

High atop 101 Hudson Street in Jersey City, a pair  of Peregrine Falcons return to a nesting site prepared exclusively for them. Since 2000, this year marks the 14th season for these endangered birds to take residence once again on the skyscraper's rooftop.

Doris Day At 90 Runs The Most Pet-Friendly Inn In The Land

For those that might not remember America's Sweetheart, Doris Day was the biggest box office star at the movies during the 1950 and 1960s. Starring with some of the greats, she appeared in 39 comedies and dramas with the likes of Rock Hudson, Frank Sinatra, Clark Gable, David Niven and James Stewart. . .

Woman Feeding Alligator -- The "Don't Do This" Animal Video of the Day!!!

I grew up (and still live) in Florida, and have seen alligators quite often.  In fact I've had a few close encounters while camping that scared the hell out of me.  When I saw this video, I was appalled.  This is one of those things you should never do.  Ever.

Mystery Solved? Why Zebra's Have Stripes

There has been a debate raging between scientists for decades -- why do zebras have stripes. Are they meant to blend with the tall grasses to confuse lions? Are they meant to attract just the right mate? Maybe even some way to regulate body temperature? The real answer came out this week in the journal Nature Communications -- and it does have to do with a sense of confusion, but not for the lions.

Real Animals Miss The Boat In Movie Epic "Noah" [Videos]

It's ironic that the biblical tale about saving animals during the Great Flood hasn't cast any animal actors to be featured in the film. While PETA [People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals] was most pleased with the decision, at first blush it does seem somewhat disingenuous that real animals weren't used to recreate about saving the planet's animals.

Cross Between Adams & Liebovitz, Photographer Captures Praying Mantis In Nature & Under Microscope

Internationally acclaimed photographers the likes of Ansel Adams and Annie Liebovitz have produced iconic photography while influencing others who are just beginning to make their mark. While capturing raw and majestic landscapes or portraits of celebrities under the spotlight might seem like juxtaposed imagery -- in the very capable hands of Igor Siwanowic. . .

Sad Farewell Visit From Giraffe At Friend's Deathbed [Video]

After a full career at Rotterdams's Diergaarde Blijdorp Zoo, Mario, a 54-year old grounds keeper asked to be transported back to see his beloved giraffes one more time. Suffering from terminal cancer, it was his dying wish that he reconnect with his friends before passing on.

Animal Love: Giraffe Kisses Dying Handler Goodbye

A 54-year-old man named Mario had one last wish in life as he faces the end with terminal cancer. He wanted one more trip to the Diergaarde Blijdorp zoo in Rotterdam, Netherlands, to say goodbye to all of his friends there. He had spent most of his life there cleaning up the giraffe enclosure. He wanted to see the gentle animals he knew so well one last time.

Oreo, The Hotel Mascot, Stolen In Brazen Robbery

Last Saturday night an inexplicable crime shocked the city of Fort Collins, Colorado. Oreo, the popular cat that is the mascot of the Armstrong Hotel was purr-loined by catnappers. The brazen crime was caught on surveillance and the entire population of the city was on the lookout for their favorite feline.


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