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Animals are always really either cool or scary in movies. Take Old Yeller, for example. Started out really cool, ended out really scary. Made me cry.
But that's neither here nor there. Fictional creatures are awesome and we all pretty much want them to be real. Here is my list of the top 10 coolest fictitious critters...
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...
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!
Owls are awesome. Sometimes we hear their calls at night indicating their whereabouts to their mates, but we seldom actually see our neighborhood owls, because they are active at night, when we humans don't see too well. They say owls can't see during the daytime, but that's not true. They see fine in daylight, they just see incredibly well at night. Here are some more facts about owls, some of which you may not have known....