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Killer bees kill horses
Pantego Texas Killer Bees Kill Horses: What Caused 30,000 Swarm To Attack?
Jul 29, 2013 11:26 AM E
30,000 killer bees kill horses Chip and Trump. Owner Kristen Beauregard was stung 200 times. Learn what may have caused the bees to attack.
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Giant Fungus China: Is 33Lb Mutant Mushroom The World’s Largest Toadstool? [VIDEO]
Jul 29, 2013 11:18 AM E
A giant fungus in China could be the world’s largest toadstool. The monster mushroom, which weighs 33 pounds and has over 100 mushroom caps sprouting from a single stem, was found in China’s Yunnan province in the city of Jianshui County.
shark fin ban
Shark Fin Ban New York: Gov. Cuomo Signs Law Prohibiting ‘Inhumane’ Shark Fin Trade [REPORT]
Jul 27, 2013 16:13 PM E
A shark fin ban in New York was signed into law on Friday, making the Big Apple state the eighth state in the U.S. to bar the sale of shark fin. New York’s shark fin ban will go into effect next year.
Tropical Storm Flossie
Tropical Storm Flossie Weakens: Is Hawaii Spared? [FORECAST, VIDEO]
Jul 26, 2013 17:29 PM E
Tropical Storm Flossie is traveling towards Hawaii. Will it weaken before making landfall?
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Rare Octopus Eaten: Labros Hydras Catches Incredibly Rare 'Hexapus' And Eats It
Jul 26, 2013 16:09 PM E
A rare octopus eaten by Labros Hydras, an American vacationing in Greece, has left the man and his family feeling guilty. Before eating the six-legged octopus--or more accurately, hexapus--Hydras didn't realize how rare it was.
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Lobster Cannibalism: Why Are Maine Crustaceans Turning On One Other? [VIDEO]
Jul 25, 2013 11:40 AM E
Lobster cannibalism has been observed in lobster populations in the wild for the first time ever. Richard Wahle of the University of Maine and his graduate student, Noash Oppenheim, have documented the phenomenon while studying lobsters in Maine.
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Chicken Statue Proposed By PETA Denied By Oregon Officials [PHOTO]
Jul 24, 2013 17:21 PM E
A chicken statue proposed by PETA to place in a busy intersection in Salem, Ore., has been denied by city officials. PETA wanted to chicken statue to raise awareness about chicken abuse and to commemorate a recent truck accident in which many chickens were killed.
common shrew
Hero Shrew Discovered: 'Bizarre' Mammal Is So Strong It Can Lift Logs [STUDY]
Jul 24, 2013 16:45 PM E
Thro's hero shrew is so powerful it can lift logs, thanks to its interlocking back, which contains "the most bizarre mammalian backbone in the world," says study researcher Bill Stanley of the Field Museum in Chicago.
Barred owl
US Wildlife Agency To Kill 3603 Barred Owls In Pacific Northwest; Bird Competes For Resources With Threatened Northern Spotted Owl
Jul 24, 2013 11:57 AM E
The US Fish And Wildlife Service plans to kill 3,603 barred owls in the Pacific Northwest, because the owls compete for resources with the northern spotted owl, a threatened species. The plan has angered environmentalists, who say that nature should run its course by selecting which species lives.
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Lemon Shark Catch: Matt Sechrist, Wheelchair-Bound Teen, Reels In 250-Pound Shark In Florida
Jul 23, 2013 16:43 PM E
A 250-pound lemon shark was hauled in by a wheelchair-bound man in Florida last week. Matt Sechrist, a 19-year-old who was born without legs, caught the 8-foot lemon shark during an hour-long battle, with the assistance of some fishing buddies who held down his wheelchair.
Odyssey Marine Exploration
61 Tons Of Silver: $37 Million Recovered From SS Gairsoppa After Seven Decades 15,420 Feet Under The Sea [VIDEO]
Jul 23, 2013 16:16 PM E
SS Gairsoppa was sunk in 1941 by a German U-boat. Odyssey Marine Exploration aims to recover 61 tons of silver from the lost cargo ship.
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Dinosaur Tail In Mexico Desert Is A Staggering 16-Feet In Length, May Belong To Duck-Billed Hadrosaur [PHOTOS]
Jul 23, 2013 13:12 PM E
A dinosaur tail in Mexico could belong to the duck-billed hadrosaur, a web-footed herbivore that roamed the earth between 145 million and 66 million years ago. The massive dinosaur tail in Mexico measures a staggering 16-feet in length and contains 50 vertebrae.
dogs are not colorblind
Are Dogs Color Blind? Scientists Claim Canines Use Color To Distinguish Objects In New Study [REPORT]
Jul 23, 2013 11:29 AM E
Is the age-old credence that dogs only see black and white a myth? New research proves that dogs see color, too, and that they use color to distinguish between and identify objects.
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Tuna Capsized Boat: How Was Anthony Wichman Rescued By Coast Guard?
Jul 22, 2013 18:34 PM E
A tuna capsized the boat of Anthony Wichman, who fell into the water and almost drowned in Kauai, Hawaii. The Coast Guard was able to rescue Wichman using his cell phone's GPS coordinates.
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