If you saw yesterday's video, you'll recognize that pot--and the fat cat wedged within. I questioned how the cat would be able to get out. Here's the answer.
Humans have been watching cormorants for centuries along coastal regions all over the world.
Cats have a tendency to get themselves into situations that they cannot escape. Case in point: this fat cat and a pot. "What's in the pot?" thinks the cat. We know what happens next.
Back in August Anthony Ortolani climbed Mount Bierstadt, one of the many "fourteeners," or peaks that rise to 14,000 feet or more above sea level in Colorado.
By the time they rushed him it was too late. This poor man was subjected to several licks to the face, lots of fuzzy jumps to the chest, and possibly (toward the end of the attack) the loss of som
Dominant and aggressive behavior is a serious problem in dogs, and it's usually the owner that gets hurt. Keep
Got change for a fin?
Having had a couple of very close encounters with sharks while swimming in the ocean, it is very safe to say that they scare me. As I've mentioned before, it took me weeks after seeing Jaws before