Multiple Tasmanian Tiger Sightings, Declared Extinct in 1936

Scientists in Australia are preparing to search for the Tasmanian tiger after a series of “sightings” of the species, which was declared extinct when the last one died in a zoo in 1936. As part of an expedition to begin next month, scientists plan to set up more than 50 camera traps to try to…

via Back from the dead? Thought to be extinct, multiple ‘sightings’ have scientists searching for Tasmanian tiger — National Post – Top Stories

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VACAVILLE (CBS13) – Rescue crews are working to get a wayward sea lion back home safely. Late Tuesday morning, authorities started receiving reports of a sea lion in Vacaville. As the Vacaville Fire Department soon found out, the sea lion had made its way into Ulatis Creek. Crews are now working with Humane Animal Services…

via Wayward Sea Lion Stuck In Vacaville Canal — CBS Sacramento

Funny Cat And duckling Go away from here otherwise you’ll be killed ! — dozhub

Funny Cat And duckling Go away from here otherwise you’ll be killed ! – Cats, kittens and kittys, cute and adorable! Aww! (via http://ift.tt/29KELz0)

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[Video] Dog Freaks Out When His Buddy Plays Dead — New Country 105.1 FM – KNCI-FM Sacramento

Wow! This is by far the cutest/saddest/weirdest/funniest thing ever! In an article from The Huffington Post, a cute dog freaked out when his other dog friend is “dead”. Archie, the cutie pup, barks and whines when his other dog buddy, Jack, rolls over and plays dead. The video shows Archie genuinely confused and frustrated because…

via [Video] Dog Freaks Out When His Buddy Plays Dead — New Country 105.1 FM – KNCI-FM Sacramento

Stork Finds Refuge From Hurricane Matthew In Zoo Bathroom — CBS Dallas / Fort Worth

Follow CBSDFW.COM: Facebook | Twitter ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. (AP) — Humans aren’t the only ones hunkering down as Hurricane Matthew batters Florida. A stork has apparently found refuge in a zoo bathroom. The St. Augustine Alligator Farm and Zoological Park has shared a photo of a marabou stork inside a bathroom at the facility. The zoo’s Facebook page…

via Stork Finds Refuge From Hurricane Matthew In Zoo Bathroom — CBS Dallas / Fort Worth