This guy is good. But, is that a good thing?
Those 40,000 crickets consumed a head of lettuce in about an hour.
Brutus, the nearly one thousand pounds grizzly bear, is Casey Anderson’s best friend. Casey, a naturalist, and Brutus are inseparable from the day Brutus was a 2 weeks old cub. Casey saved the bear from an overpopulated wildlife park, and raised him with lot of attention, love and respect.
Brutus is living in a sanctuary that Casey built so he can freely live a life which a grizzly bear is supposed to live. Being around Brutus is not dangerous because he is comfortable around people, but Casey is still not letting anybody have physical contact with Brutus but himself. He is not afraid that the bear will ever attack him because he knows and predicts his every movement.
Moose are one of the most dangerous animals to hit because their 1,000 pound frame smashes through the windshield when the hood chops out their legs. In this bizarre accident, the moose broke clear through the windshield and halfway out the back window. Somehow the driver walked away with nothing but a broken wrist but she was – now get this – trapped underneath the dying moose until help came.
Bailey is a 1,500 pound pet buffalo.
Drama Queen Trixie and Little Stud Gus show off their Halloween costumes as they await treats from the Big Pumpkin.
Last week we posted a video of the cute fainting goat kittens. The darker kitten, Spike, died on October 27th. The other kitten, Charlie, died three days later. The cats suffered from Myotonia Congenita, an extremely rare condition for cats.
Here’s a tribute to these two beautiful kitties.
Robin Henderson stretches out her Maine Coon cat, Stewie, outside of her home in Reno, Nev. Stewie, a five-year-old Maine Coon owned by Hendrickson and Erik Brandsness, has been accepted by Guinness World Records as the world’s longest cat at 48.5 inches.
Thanks Miss Silver