A wild rhinoceros ran amok in the southern Nepal town of Hetauda on Monday, killing one woman and injuring several others.
Warning: Semi-Graphic Footage of the Inherent Violence of the Natural World
Australia is a magical place. A hot, spider-filled, magical place where even the trees explode and you can come across crazy stuff just walking your dogs.
Crazy stuff like two cuddly marsupials holding their own fuzzy Wrestlemania on the ground.
Winston, Oregon's Wildlife Safari is "dedicated to conservation, education and research of native and exotic wildlife," per its website.
This is what it's like to go where eagles dare.
Citizens of Phoenix can now rest easy: two escaped llamas previously terrorizing (and most likely fertilizing) the streets have been captured.
McDonald's may say they are "lovin' it," but this slogan does not extend to kangaroos.
On Friday, Diana and Larry Moyer brought one of their five pet kangaroos to a McDonald's in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, prompting a customer to call the police, reports WISN.
"He's just a little guy, but you can touch him and pet him," Larry says of Jimmy the kangaroo.
The couple often brings the smaller marsupial with them on errands to keep Diana, who is battling cancer, company. Jimmy isn't a licensed service animal, but the kangaroo is a therapy pet.
Fishermen in the Philippines happened across a shocking discovery on Wednesday: a rare megamouth shark was found floating in the water near the beach, reports Business Insider.
The creature, which was found dead, was brought to the shore to be examined. This marks the 60th sighting of the species. At 15 feet, this specimen is larger than most estimates for male megamouths. Researchers also counted 50 sets of tiny teeth on the shark