They're no longer young, but they're still proud New Yorkers.
All the cool of taxidermy; no dead animals involved.
The rats first came to the islands in the 1600s, aboard ships from far away, and on a steady diet of eggs and baby tortoises, lizards, snakes and now-endangered birds species, they multiplied.
Other than that -- just a car. It doesn't even have glittery exhaust.
A Scottish dude dresses up as a giraffe and does nice stuff for people. It sounds weird, but it also sounds kind of like a nice way to spend your time.
He lived there for nearly a year, secretly snacking on the aquarium's crabs, before being discovered.
Whatever. We'll believe it when we see a real yeti.
Manuel Juraci is an unusually successful beekeeper because he has a donkey in a beekeeper suit.
Unlike some fuel sources we could name, wind power doesn’t dump tons of carbon into the atmosphere. But that doesn’t mean turbines don’t come with their own environmental issues. Those majestic, gigantic turbine blades — …