I’ve covered America’s patriotic crustaceans, bats and dinosaurs, but
are you aware of the United States’ favorite frogs and toads? I’ve
collected the full squishy set of amphibians for you below for today’s
Seventeen years ago, Paul Templer, a guide taking some tourists through
the Zambezi river was attacked, bitten, battered and nearly eaten by an
angry bull hippopotamus. Your job doesn’t seem too bad now, does it?
Dissimilar to their human masters, dogs don't enlist in the U.S.
Military -- they're drafted. And while they have no say in the matter,
all of these four-legged recruits take their responsibilities very
seriously. Military Working Dogs (MWDs) are however still formally
considered 'military equipment' versus the co-species in arms that
they really are. But all that might change with the new bipartisan Canine Members of the Armed Forces Act if Congress would only act.
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