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PetsLady's Pick: Cute Animal of the Day

Man, I am up really high. How am I gonna -- squirrel! -- what was I saying. Doesn't matter. I don't give a hoot.

When Snakes, Owls, Frogs & A Parrot Were Human [Video]

Sometimes in life, you have to look very closely at images as they are not always what they seem. Such is the case with several artists who has devoted their life's work to utilizing the human body as their canvas. Turning the human body into dynamic images has grown rapidly in popularity over the past 20 years. .  .

Owl Be Up For Breakfast Now!

Whoooo loves eggs? This cute mold allows you to fry up a couple of eggs that are really a hoot! It turns an ordinary breakfast into a treat any time. It's two eggs Funny Side Up!

The Owl And The Pussy Cat

Remember that old nonsense rhyme about The Owl and the Pussy Cat? The pair started out by going to sea together and ended with dancing by the light of the moon. In a case of life imitating art, Fum the cat and Gebra the barn owl are best friends and enjoy playing with one another as much as they can. There are times when it seems that they might be ready to attack one another, but it is all in fun.

Bing’s Top 10 Beautiful Bird Desktop Backgrounds!

Just in case you haven’t tried it out yet, Bing is Microsoft’s search engine, and it presents a stunning photo on its homepage each and every day. I’ve collected ten of my favorite birdy backdrops for you to use as desktop wallpaper. Enjoy!

Snowy Owls Are Migrating To United States This Winter!

Snowy Owls are commonly found throughout the northern nations of Canada and Russia, but this year these large beautiful predatory birds have been found as far south as Florida. Why are these Arctic animals moving so far from the frozen tundra?

Snow Birds Flock South To Spy On White Snowy Owls

Northerners have developed a now-familiar migratory pattern of leaving their empty nests in the North to head South during their retirement years -- or seasonally (December through the March) -- if they can't afford relocation. In the past, they used to be easily identifiable by their white hair color (or sometimes light blue or orange from a dye job gone bad) and were often witnessed driving gas-guzzling Cadillacs or Lincolns down Highway 1.


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