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Dogs have dominated the warning sign universe for far too long; now it's time for cats to get due respect. These 10 “Beware of Cat” signs spell out what experienced cat-owners, shell-shocked door-to-door salesmen and well-meaning macho mutts know all too well: mess with the cat, you get the claws!
We don't see much about dingos in the news, but by now you've probably
read that a long-unsolved mystery of the disappearance of an infant has
been put to rest by a coroner who pronounced that a dingo, Australia's native wild dog, took.her. At least for some, the coroner's pronouncement puts an end to the mystery of baby Azaria, but what about the dingo? Here are some things about the wild dog you may not know...
Cute, ugly or both? Bats may be Fledermaus in German but they're much more than just flying mice... and much less cute as well. These 10 bizarre bats take ugliness to the next level, in fact, and we're talkin' cracked mirror, turn-to-stone ugly. If you don't believe me, check 'em out... but be sure to hide the kids first.
While it's a well-known fact that pet owners can train their parrots to
sing on key, there are a lot of other pets and animals in the wild who
have been waiting in the wings to finally get their spotlight moment as
well. In combing YouTube for the best of the best, here are my top ten
picks of pets I think are a cut above the rest. Yes, American (& Japanese) pets do have talent.
Next time you are tempted to say to your kids, "Just look at everything
I've sacrificed for you," hold it right there, because it's likely that many of the animal mothers I name
here will have sacrificed even more for their young 'uns than you have.
Just think about elephant moms who are pregnant for 22 months!
Though they are plentiful, they are the most understudied and misunderstood birds in existence. Is it because they are active at night and fly stealthily and silently to land their prey? Are they known only to insomniacs?