Posted September 4, 2012 by John P. Barker

This is just cool.  Imagine if you toss your camera (encased in a waterproof housing) into the ocean in an effort to get footage of tuna--and then a pod of dolphins decides to follow the boat.  This is some really pretty stuff; well worth checking out.

Posted August 30, 2012 by John P. Barker

Captain Ahab might have some sort of seizure if he saw this video of the day.  Though not a sperm whale, this large aquatic carnivore is definitely an impressive specimen.  Check it out...

Posted August 29, 2012 by Amanda Dickens

Nearly ten thousand people in Muensing, Germany attended the fifth annual ox-racing championship over this past weekend.  Was it a weekend of bull or harmless fun??

Posted August 29, 2012 by Amanda Dickens

We've seen birds, monkeys, squirrels,and chipmunks in trees, but goats??  Yep, this photo is NOT photo-shopped readers.  The goats of Morocco seem to have flying powers to get them to the top of the diminishing Argan tree where the best fruit resides.  Read on to find out the story behind this rare sight.

Posted August 4, 2012 by John P. Barker

The combination of an Arctic cetacean and a Mexican band is rare indeed.  But it happens in today's video--and that whale looks like he's diggin' it.

Posted July 22, 2012 by Jessica Powers

Hannah Montana body spray repels raccoons and leaves you feeling "bold, yet sassy."

Posted July 11, 2012 by Myra Per-Lee

The baby giant panda born to Shin Shin and Ri Ri at the Tokyo Uena Zoo
just last week on July 6, 2012, has died just 6 days after birth. This
was the the couple's first birth and the first giant panda born at the
Tokyo Zoo in 24 years.

Posted July 9, 2012 by Laurie Kay Olson

Badger holocaust -- an extreme solution to an extreme problem. However, a closer look at the plan being created for Northern Ireland shows that there is some compassion for the critters after all. Only badgers infected with bovine tuberculosis will be marked for death in a major operation to curtail the continuing spread of the disease among the island nation's cattle.