Posted June 28, 2012 by Amanda Dickens

It's an's a whale...NO, it's "Iceberg" the white killer whale!!  Researchers spotted what could be the first albino killer whale while conducting research in the Pacific Ocean.

Posted June 24, 2012 by Laurie Kay Olson

Rumors have been flooding the internet that a herd of cattle in Texas was killed by genetically modified grass. The truth is that the grass, Tifton 85, is a hybrid, not GMO. However, it is true that the grass was tested and was found to be producing cyanide.

Posted June 23, 2012 by Curt Miller

The Guinness Book of Records has a category listing the world's most fearless animal.  The ferocious carnivore that holds the title has no problem with running up to a lion or leopard on a kill and driving it away.  It also has a taste for snakes and routinely enjoys a cobra or other deadly serpent for lunch.  Can you guess what it is?

Posted June 22, 2012 by Myra Per-Lee

A new study, the first published on the paternity of southern right whales - no, not southern white males - gives hope to the species that was rendered nearly extinct by whaling off the Australia and New Zealand shores.

Posted June 22, 2012 by Laurie Kay Olson

The residents of Rigolet,
a small coastal town in Labrador, Canada, have a new, gleaming white
neighbor. It is a beluga whale that they have named Bella. He arrived
last weekend and has been delighting the locals ever since, even letting
some of them pet him.

Posted June 22, 2012 by Amanda Dickens

The Olympics are a few weeks away, but are the farm animals ready??  Live animals are set to be part of a country farm scene at the beginning of the 2012 Olympic opening ceremonies. 

Posted June 22, 2012 by Lady Bug

For our Fugly Friday post, we have chosen the Star Nosed Mole. The star-nosed mole is a small mole found in wet low areas of eastern Canada and the north-eastern United States.

Posted June 22, 2012 by Laurie Kay Olson

A hedgehog in Minehead, Somerset, in England has grown to three times normal hedgehog size. Last year he was undersized and starving when a couple found him in their garage, pathetically wrapped up in an old Father Christmas jacket. He was so thin that he wasn't able to hibernate. The couple installed him in their conservatory on a heating pad and started feeding him.