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Where can you see lions? Only in Kenya, apparently.
It's more highly addictive flash from the fellows who brought you Weebl and Bob.
The Louisville Courier-Journal had an article in it's Features section about The Bunny Museum which has been entered into the Guinness Book of World Records as having the largest collection of rabbit memorabilia in the world.
Here's a series of photos of a real lion-lover! He jumped into the lion's area of a South American zoo. After a slight wrestling match, the man was taken away mostly unharmed.
Granted, it's not badgers.
But still... God help us.
This selection is from the same people who brought us "Viking Kittens" and at least a dozen other singing animal animations, both original and from popular music.
A family in Clallum County, Washington, set up a video camera to catch the prankster who was leaving a dog inside their parked car. They were suprised at what the video revealed.
A businessman in Thailand's Lopburi Province thinks lucky monkeys are behind his success, so he holds an annual party for them! You can read the AP story and see the Pepsi-guzzling monkey here
Though some pet stores do carry bottled water for dogs, an Australian has come up with flavored bottled water!
Anyone for beef flavored water?
Here's the story and a cute photo too.
People who prefer to kiss their pets may just be avoiding human halitosis! This news story found most Britons (especially women) had worse breath than a dog.
Timothy Treadwell, a well-known author and filmmaker who professed a deep love and kinship for bears, was killed and partially eaten by bears during a trip to Alaska. Also killed was his girlfriend, Amie Huguenard.
Treadwell liked getting close to bears, even singing to them, and tried to promote the idea that getting close to bears in the wild was not dangerous. He had been repeatedly warned that getting too close to bears was risky, and had even survived other bear encounters that threatened his life.
The full article can be seen at the Anchorage Daily News website.
Hindu priests in Madras, India, ritually married pairs of birds and animals in an effort to promote world peace.
In addition to the 18 pairs of creatures married during the ceremony, prayers were offered to elephants, horses, and cows in hopes to reduce pollution and terrorism around the world.
A rather cute commercial series just released for Quiznos subs features a man "raised by wolves". The commercial comes in "mild" and "spicy" varieties (assumedly for different demographics). The spicy version is particularly humorous.
See it here, and click on the links beside "check out our new television commercials".
The Museum of Curiosities is auctioning off the works of Victorian taxidermist Walter Potter, which includes some 6,000 stuffed animals.
Potter's first work was his pet canary, which is now 160 years old and is included in the collection which ranges from large animals to exhibits of "kittens taking tea and bunnies learning their alphabet".
By now, everyone in the world must have received one of those annoying, poorly written emails from a "high ranking official" or a "business associate" somewhere in Nigeria. We now have discovered that said Nigerians have a love for Gold Digger and Ninja High School t-shirts. Furries with a store, an auction, or a print sales web site should probably take heed and just not ship to Nigeria. Read more for the rather silly details and e-mails from Rabbit Valley Comics.
News.com.au reports that golf balls aren't the only things being swiped by foxes. In Melbourne, some foxes have taken to stealing shoes and gloves, possibly because of the smell and the leather which they are made from. This habit has been jokingly dubbed "The Imelda Syndrome."