Vladimir Putin is everywhere in his country's public life. Now it turns out the president is even gracing ordinary Russians' dreams, NBC News reported.
A web search engine said the strongman was the only...
Thursday, Mar 16, 2017 at 09:18 PM EDT
Man Films 'Never-Ending' Gator Parade in South Florida
A Florida wildlife photographer captured a seemingly infinite procession of alligators in South Florida’s Big Cypress National Preserve.
Photographer Bobby Wummer filmed the half-hour parade of gators just...
Wednesday, Mar 15, 2017 at 04:16 PM EDT
Humpback Whales Mysteriously Organize in Super Groups: Study
Some humpback whales are starting to gather in larger-than-usual groups, but scientists aren't sure why, according to a new study published earlier this month.
Typically, these whales are considered solitary...
Wednesday, Mar 15, 2017 at 12:55 PM EDT
Traveler Caught with About 80 Reptiles in Suitcase
Wildlife experts are frustrated by a young sea lion that evaded their attempts to rescue him from a canal that cuts through farmland and an inland Northern California neighborhood.
Vacaville police officers,...
British officials didn't want to name a polar research ship "Boaty McBoatface," but they had no problem giving the name to a new submarine, NBC News reported.
Last year, the British government agency...
Tuesday, Mar 14, 2017 at 12:20 PM EDT
Hens' Best Friends: Retirees Knit Sweaters for Chilly Chickens
Sweaters for chickens? It sounds like a joke, but a plucky group of retirees in suburban Boston has hatched a plan to keep poultry warm during the New England winter.
The unusual project began after members of...
Two children who waltzed into a live TV interview about a very serious matter of world affairs became a viral video sensation Friday.
The precocious pair walked into a BBC interview with Pusan National...
Thursday, Mar 9, 2017 at 07:49 PM EST
Florida Wants to Pay People to Hunt Pythons in New Program
The state agency overseeing Everglades restoration projects plans to pay people to kill Burmese pythons in the wetlands.
The South Florida Water Management District said in a statement Thursday that 25 people...
A Danish teenager has found parts of a German World War II airplane that likely crashed in a northern Denmark swamp 72 years ago — including the remains of a man who might have been its pilot.