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R.I.P., Tinkerbell – Paris Hilton's Dog Dies

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R.I.P., Tinkerbell – Paris Hilton's Dog Dies

Originally posted 04/21/2015 11:20 PM

Paris Hilton's most constant companion has passed away.

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Firefighters Rescue Duck Stuck in Fireplace

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Firefighters Rescue Duck Stuck in Fireplace

Originally posted 04/21/2015 05:45 PM

Santa isn't the only chimney intruder.

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Google Wants to Help Track Down the Loch Ness Monster

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Google Wants to Help Track Down the Loch Ness Monster

Originally posted 04/21/2015 05:30 PM

It was 81 years ago that one of Scotland's biggest stars broke onto the mythology scene.

On April 21, 1934, "Surgeon's Photograph," one of the most infamous shots of the Loch Ness Monster, was published, starting a worldwide fascination with the water creature that lasts to this day.

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Muppet in the Wild: Newly Discovered Frog Species Looks Like Kermit's Twin

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Newly Discovered Frog Species Looks Like Kermit's Twin

Originally posted 04/21/2015 01:20 PM

It's not easy being green, but it helps to have friends who understand.

According to USA Today, a Minnesotan scientist working in Costa Rica has discovered Kermit the Frog's real-life twin.

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Drones are already helping farms herd sheep, and now they are serving as shepherds on the Serengeti.

Over 40,000 elephants and 1,200 rhinos were killed by poachers in 2013 to feed a black market that will pay up to $500,000 for the animals' horns and tusks. Conservationists have been searching for a way to stop poachers before these animals become extinct, and the Air Shepherd Initiative may have found a way.

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Through the program, supported by The Lindbergh Foundation, drones are sent out into Africa's wildlife parks at night, when poachers are known to hunt. These silent and stealthy unmanned aerial vehicles use infrared cameras to detect animals and hunters out on the plains. When a drone finds a poacher, the GPS coordinates of the location are quickly sent to rangers, so they can track down the culprits before they kill.

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Parrot's Cries Bring Firefighters, Save House from Flames

Update 04/20/2015 11:20 AM Originally posted 04/20/2015 10:35 AM

Parrots usually get short shrift in the "heroic pet" category, but there's at least one bird in Idaho who's gunning for the title.

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One Stunning Makeover Saved This Shelter Pup's Life

Update 04/20/2015 07:15 AM Originally posted 04/17/2015 12:00 PM

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Recovered Shelter Cat Spends His Time Helping Other Animals Heal

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Recovered Shelter Cat Spends His Time Helping Other Animals Heal

Originally posted 04/17/2015 04:15 PM

He may have the best bedside manner in the game. Meet Rademenes the healer cat of Poland's Bydgoszcz Animal Shelter.

The doting black feline first arrived at the shelter as a patient, according to the New York Post. Rademenes was dropped off with a serious respiratory infection. His chances of recovery looked bleak for a while, but the feline pulled through.

After helping to save Rademenes's life, veterinarian Lucyna Kuziel-Zawalich decided to keep the kitty and let him hang around the shelter. That's when Rademenes started doing something rather remarkable.

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Some people – like your roommate's significant other who is still inexplicably home despite your roommate having left for work three hours ago – have no sense of propriety or boundaries.

Sometimes those people are eight-foot-long sharks.

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