Posted March 13, 2014 by Ron Callari

Hailing a cab in NYC is a challenging task in and of itself - but once you get one to pick you up, the last thing you're expecting is to share your ride with a snake. In his book, "Follow That Car," author, comedian and sometimes cab driver, Jimmy Failla never warned the public in advance about having a giant 14-foot Burmese Python riding shot-gun.

Posted January 17, 2014 by Arnold Carreiro

Escaped exotic pets, farm animals allowed to run free, and other wily
species have taken advantage of Florida’s subtropical climate for
hundreds of years. You might be surprised to learn about the animals
living in my backyard:

Posted December 9, 2013 by Arnold Carreiro

That’s right, gamers: You can make the world a better place for our
animal friends by meeting certain challenges set in the newest
installment of the hit videogame franchise Zoo Tycoon recently released
for the Xbox One and Xbox 360. Pass the controller, it’s time to save
the planet!

Posted October 20, 2013 by John P. Barker

This two-headed Albino Honduran Milk Snake named Medusa is a bit difficult to feed as each of the heads have their own idea of which mouth should get the food.  Stuff like this freaks me out...

Posted October 4, 2013 by Arnold Carreiro

If you’re reading this, you are a fan of the animal kingdom. Whether
you’re eager for elephants or crazy for crocodiles, I’ve gathered three
titans of design to transform your living space into a classy, high-end
zoo filled with awesome animal décor.

Posted September 20, 2013 by Arnold Carreiro

Earlier this month, a woman in South Wales was savagely bitten by a
massive python on her way home from a night out at a local pub with

Posted August 23, 2013 by Arnold Carreiro

Two men have been charged with breaking into the Australian Reptile Park and making off with tens of thousands of dollars’ worth of valuable reptiles to sell on the black market.

Posted August 1, 2013 by Ron Callari

No, we're not referring to the Chinese New Year, but sometimes auspicious
images can add to the mystique of a budding career, particularly in
this digital age of viral-over-night-sensations. We've all seen them
blossom out of no-where, ignited by a cyberventilating
YouTube video. Logically, they're unlikely rags-to-riches tales, the
likes of a pubescent 12 year-old or a middle-aged Scottish volunteer
church worker.