11/08/2012 at 06:00 PM EST
These stories are worth a click:
SeaWorld is on the defense after a dolphin bit an 8-year-old girl at the Orlando, Fla., theme park. "Nothing is more important to us than the health and safety of our guests, employees and animals," officials said in a statement responding to the attack, which was captured on camera by the girl's father. –NBCNews.com
Double trouble? Residents of New York City's Upper West Side say a pair of cloned dogs are terrorizing people and other pets. The dogs' owner paid $140,000 four years ago for a lab to clone his late canine, Astro, using frozen DNA. –New York Post
A South Carolina family is thanking a very special furry friend who they say kept their 2-year-old son safe in the woods when he went missing for more than four hours. The family's dog, Asheboo, stayed with the young boy after he wandered away from his grandfather. "Ash was his guardian angel in fur," said the father. –Huffington Post
Unicorns may not be the makings of fairy tales after all: North Korea archeologists say they found a rectangular rock etched with the words "unicorn lair." Some speculate the findings are a spoof. –Yahoo!