Have you ever seen a Mexican Hairy Dwarf Porcupine?  Nor had I, until this video.  And its quite cute

We all know that sharks are eating machines, but this video is a great example of how they simply don't discriminate when it comes to what they consume.  I have to wonder if they make antacids for these critters.

This is something every pet owner should see.  While emotionally disturbing and using a not necessarily proper technique, this is a method that could potentially save your dog's life.

Welcome to Shark Week. It is a great way to learn about sharks. For small children it might be just a bit too much. So start them off with something easier. Hark! A Shark!: All About Sharks from The Cat in the Hat's Learning Library is a great alternative for little ones.

This horse is about to get a surprise.  I suspect the guy trying to climb aboard is a bit in his cups, if you get my meaning.  You'll see...

Game of Thrones fans: Have you ever wondered whether dire wolves were real or merely a figment of author George R.R. Martin's imagination? Well, according to the blog Scientific American, they were. Find out when they lived, how big they really got, what they ate and what their social structure was right here.

Have you ever thought your dog could compete in canine athletic events where they run, jump and dive? The competitions aren't just for herding dogs and breeds in the working class. Small dogs take part in them, too. Find out just how easy it is to get involved and where to get started. (VIDEO)

Not all soldiers have two legs.  This dog, and the man that adopted her, are heroes and should be treated and recognized as such.