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$500,000 Shrimp on a Treadmill Study Dubbed Wasteful Spending by Senator Coburn (2011-05-26): A study of a shrimp on treadmill is the focus of a wasteful spending attack by Sen.
Tornado Steals Hamburger From Jackson, Mississippi Man (2011-04-25): The tornado is one of nature's most feared and awesome phenomenons.
Kim Kardashian Poses With Black Kitten Again (2010-05-24): Kim Kardashian has released more photos of her photoshoot with the adorable black kitten.
Discovery Communications Buys Sarah Palin's Alaska (2010-03-25): Discovery Communications has acquired the global rights to Sarah Palin's Alaska, a new eight-part documentary series.
Oprah Adopts a New Puppy (2009-03-03): Oprah Winfrey has adopted a new cocker spaniel puppy from a shelter.
Rare Asiatic Lion Born in Japan (2008-04-03): Well, isn't he the most adorable thing you've ever seen? This is Raja, a 7-week-old Asiatic lion who was born at the Yokohama Zoological Gardens Zoorasia, which is south of Tokyo, Japan.
Knut is Depressed and Lonely (2008-03-27): This is just horrible.
Uno the Beagle Wins Best in Show (2008-02-13): Ch K-Run's Park Me In First, better known as Uno, became the first beagle to ever win Best in Show at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.
Life After People Shows Earth With Population Zero (2008-01-09): If mankind were to disappear tomorrow, what would happen to the rest of the Earth? Would animals take over? Would plants? That's the premise of a very interesting new two hour special called Life After People that will premiere on the History Channel on January 21,2008 at 9:00 p.
Live Earth to Be Biggest Concert in Earth's History (2007-07-06): Be sure to tune in to the fabulous concerts that former Vice President Al Gore has spent so much time organizing.
The Monks and the Fire Ants (2007-04-03): The BBC reports that some buddhist monks in Malaysia have a fire ant problem.
Berlin Zoo Refuses to Kill Baby Polar Bear (2007-03-20): Some insane activist who claims to support animal rights in Germany is demanding that a baby polar bear named Knut be euthanized rather than be raised in captivity by humans.
Terri Irwin Named Australia's Tourism Ambassador (2007-01-15): Terri Irwin has been named as Australia's Tourism Ambassador.
Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin Dies (2006-09-05): By now, everyone has heard the tragic news of Steve Irwin's death.
Goodbye To the Crocodile Hunter (2006-09-05): Steve Irwin, known as The Crocodile Hunter, died yesterday after being stung by a stingray while snorkeling off the Great Barrier Reef in Australia.
Britney Forces K-Fed to Dump the Sharks (2006-08-21): Britney Spears is taking a stand and forcing K-Fed to get rid of his six -- yes, that's right, six -- sharks before the new baby is born.
Discovery Channel Promotes Shark Week (2006-07-30): The Discovery Channel will be running its annual Shark Week feature starting tonight -- Sun, July 30, at 9 p.
Research Says There Were Blond and Redheaded Woolly Mammoths (2006-07-06): New research shows that woolly mammoths may have come in lots of colors.
The Myths Of The Maternal Instinct (2006-05-09): Just in time for Mother's Day, The New York Times features a horrifying article about the myth that mothers naturally care for their offspring and will fight to protect them.
Bat Cave Students Face Possible Criminal Charges (2006-04-28): Officials are mulling mulling over whether or not to file charges against students at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville who tried to create a real, live Bat Cave in their dorm room.