Stray Dogs In Loureaville 09/24/21
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Shelley's eagle owl had never been clearly photographed in the wild — until now.
- Kansas City Star
The woman spent 48 hours in a tree stand.
- The Guardian
The progeny of animals brought illegally to Colombia and kept in the drug lord’s private zoo must now be put on birth control Pablo Escobar’s zoo had four illegally imported hippos. The feral herd now numbers about 80. Photograph: Joaquín Sarmiento/AFP/Getty Images When Gina Paola Serna studied to become a biologist and veterinarian in Colombia, she never expected to one day be tasked with neutering an invasive herd of hippos that once belonged to Pablo Escobar. When they were smuggled into the
- In The Know by Yahoo
Woman is stunned after dog seemingly asks her a question in English: 'Pretty sure that was a compliment'
A woman's dog went viral after it may have uttered a few words in English.
- The Weather Network
Some lady beetles bite, others don't. Here's how to tell the difference.
- Daily Paws
Charlie the Golden Retriever's Excitement for His Favorite Cartoon Is All of Us Getting Ready to Binge 'Dug Days' on Disney+
The golden retriever was so steadfastly focused on Dug Days that he didn't even acknowledge his mom's question.
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"Upwards of" 10,000 trees near giant sequoia groves have been "weakened by drought, disease, age, and/or fire" and must be removed in the wake of California's wildfires, the Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks announced.Why it matters: The damage to these trees, considered "national treasures," and work to remove them means a nearby key highway must remain closed to visitors as they have "the potential to strike people, cars, other structures, or create barriers to emergency response service
- The Weather Network
Repurposing waste is an example of how circular business models can be both financially lucrative while reducing greenhouse gas emissions and pollution.
- Business Insider
A half-mile plastic-trapping device in the Pacific caught 64,000 pounds of trash - including a fridge, mannequin, and toilet seats
A new device built by the nonprofit The Ocean Cleanup brought back 64,000 pounds of plastic from the Pacific Ocean in two-and-a-half months.
- Southern Living
There hasn’t been a confirmed sighting of the Bachman’s warbler since the 80s.
- FTW Outdoors
Video footage showing as many as 20 lions sipping from a South African river in a near-perfect line apparently is worth watching more than once.
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
It's rare for any issue to unite readers in abject disgust. The L.A. Zoo's proposed expansion to compete with local theme parks did just that.
- Star Tribune (Minneapolis)
DULUTH – As cargo ships wait their turn to unload containers at congested coastal hubs, leaders of the country's farthest-inland port have a better idea: Ship it to Duluth. The Port of Duluth-Superior announced last week it can now handle "significantly larger" volumes of containers arriving on international vessels because of expanded permissions from the Department of Homeland Security. That ...
- Business Insider
A fire broke out on a cargo ship after about 40 shipping containers fell overboard due to rough seas off the coast of Vancouver Island
"The ship is on fire and expelling toxic gas," the Canadian Coast Guard said of the Zim Kingston, warning other vessels to steer clear.
Beanie Babies were a hit in the 1990s, and collectors now pay huge sums, especially if they’re in mint condition. Here’s a look at the top 10 most expensive.
Finding it a little hard to "love thy neighbor" after this post...View Entire Post ›
- Miami Herald
You’ve heard of alligators in a fire station, post office, even the mall.
- The Week
This Bronx boy is doing his part to help shelter dogs get adopted
Buzzards that vomit when threatened and leave piles of acidic dropping have invaded a small town and nobody knows why
Bunn residents, near Raleigh in North Carolina, are puzzled over why the birds have selected their town and are immune to various scare tactics.