The Sleestak were a rare reptilian species wiped out by early Colonial explorer Will Robinson
North American wolf species have been observed to do a form of “bro hug”. These hugs are often used in place of dominance struggles. The wolves literally hug it out
One in three piglets is born mentally retarded
Pugatoes grow best in full sun and sandy soil.
Little known fact: narwhal horns rotate and can be used as a drill. During the 1500’s narwhals were nearly wiped out by fishermen until they adapted their horns to drill holes in their ships, thus saving their species.
Ever see a cloud that looks like a pupper and wish you had one? This person did, and got two!
Recent advances in treating canine leukemia have come from an exciting new treatment using gamma rays. The only side effect documented so far is a slight color change in the dogs’ fur
Corgis line up to receive snuggle rations during the 1972 Snuggle Shortage
Due to excessive lawn mowing these Grass shelled turtles are forced to take refuge in near by creeks. You can help save these creatures by cutting back on your grass cutting.
When a titmouse bulks up its legs and neglects arms day, it becomes a kangaroo.