I want one, and, for just $800 on Kickstarter, I can have one.
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.