THORNHURST TOWNSHIP, Pa. — A family in Lackawanna County was expecting a delivery of dog food from the online pet store Chewy, but a hungry bear had other plans . Video from the Newman family’s security camera caught the thief in the act.
The bear can be seen grabbing the box and dragging it off the porch and into the woods.
Rabbits love getting stroked on their nose pic.twitter.com/aYOZGAY6kP— Dan Quintana 🐰 (@dsquintana) August 18, 2019
We asked experts to weigh in. Even they aren’t sure.
We’re still not done fighting over math problems and optimal sleeping temperatures, but today brings yet another tweet that’s specifically designed to stoke fierce debate. In the video below, a hand is seen affectionately petting a rabbit. Or, uh, wait: Is that a raven? No, no. It’s definitely a rabbit.
This may just have your skin crawling next time you’re filling up. This may just have your skin crawling next time you’re filling up.
A Kansas woman says she found a snake inside the touch screen of a gas pump.
At first, she thought it was a strange piece of rubber molding that had fallen inside…until it started slithering around. In the video above, the snake can be seen attempting to maneuver through the pump screen.
“I was so afraid that the snake was going to be coming back down out that side of the pump,” the woman recalled.
PARKLAND, FLA. (WSVN) – A Parkland resident caught a scaly sight involving a hungry alligator on camera.
The video footage, recorded by Ray Walker, showed the gator carrying food in its mouth as it crossed Lox Road, Friday. Just outside my neighborhood in Parkland on Lox Road.
This is the terrifying moment a shark longer than a submarine emerges from the ocean’s murky depths.
Shocking footage shows the giant Bluntnose Sixgill, which can grow up to 20 feet in length, gliding over the submersible containing at least two deep sea scientists.
The monstrous predator swam out of the gloom at 528 metres below the surface, where sunlight cannot penetrate, in Cape Eleuthera off the coast of the Bahamas.
Researchers led by Spanish scientist Juan Carlos Izpisúa have created for the first time a human-monkey hybrid in a laboratory in China – an important step towards using animals for human organ transplants, project collaborator Estrella Núñez confirmed to EL PAÍS.
The team, made up of members of the Salk Institute in the United States and the Murcia Catholic University (UCAM) in Spain, genetically modified monkey embryos to deactivate genes that are essential to the formation of organs.
The scientists then injected human stem cells, which are capable of creating any type of tissue, into the embryo. The product of this work is a monkey with human cells that has not been born, because researchers stopped the process.
The experiment took place in China to avoid legal issues.
CANTON, Ohio – An Ohio woman was hospitalized for more than 80 days and had multiple limbs partially amputated after catching a severe infection from dog saliva. The last thing Marie Trainer remembers is feeling sick and lying down on the couch.
The last thing Marie Trainer remembers is feeling sick and lying down on the couch. The Stark County wife and mother woke up from a coma ten days later with both arms and legs partially amputated.
“When I opened my eyes I didn’t know where I was,” said Marie. “It was very hard to find out that they had to remove my legs and my arms … very hard to cope with.”
Japan’s government approved a request for stem-cell experiments meant to create an animal-human hybrid and allow it to be brought to term.
The experiment, which still requires approval from the Japanese science ministry, would create animal embryos that contain human cells and transplant them into surrogate animals.
While other countries have experimented on creating human-animal embryos, Japan is now the first country to support experiments that will allow animals with human cells to come to full-term.
One of the new lions at the Audubon Zoo in New Orleans tried to sneak up on a little boy over the weekend. The surreal moment was captured on video.
Source: Lion Sneaks Up on Boy at Zoo
(Reuters) – An Indian man who was bitten by a snake got his revenge on the reptile by biting it back and killing it, the man’s father said on Monday.
The man, Raj Kumar, was relaxing at home, enjoying a drink on Sunday, when a snake slithered into his house in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, and bit him, said his father.
“A snake bit him. So, in turn, he bit it and chewed it into pieces,” said the father, Babu Ram.