You've seen Ariel before. But you haven't seen her in slow motion and as a dog.
Life is rough sometimes, but massages make it better.
Austin Flateau suffers from seizures that have thus far prevented him from attending the first grade – but it's not for the reason you may think.
If Hieronymus Bosch and Jacques Cousteau ever collaborated, they'd probably dream up something like the female anglerfish.
As if Chris Hemsworth could get any sexier.
Indisputable fact: Everything is better when a panda is present. Even snowstorms.
For proof that blizzards can be bearable, feast your eyes on Da Mao, a giant panda from the Toronto Zoo, who was captured on hidden camera (and on Instagram) doing somersaults and tumbles in the snow.
Like the ursine equivalent of pro snowboarder Shaun White, Da Mao zooms down a hill in the enclosure like it's NBD – but it is, in fact, a bear-y big deal, buddy. So big that the zoo has dubbed the panda's cool trick bear-bogganing.
He's kind of a big deal.
Texas, a 26-lb. shelter cat named after the large Lone Star state, is making headlines in the U.K. for his dangerously huge size.
The 8-year-old feline, who was recently taken in by the Battersea Dog and Cat Home in London, England, after presumably being fed too much by his now-deceased owner, is embarking on a strict diet and exercise plan to lose weight (safely) during the holidays and beyond.
"For Texas this really is a very serious health issue he's battling," SuiLi Weight, a team leader at the shelter, told the Daily Mail. "At Battersea we take in around 3,000 cats every year, so we see cats of all shapes and sizes, but Texas is by far the biggest cat we've ever seen."
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