--Dave Maccar The actual weight of this huge blue marlin caught off Cabo San Lucas, Mexico is still up for debate. But after a 28-hour fight to land the behemoth, the tale of the catch is nothing short of amazing.
We've brought you many stories about tiny houses and other interesting homesteads, such as a hobbit house and the world's largest treehouse. Here's another for the record books: a tiny, electric mobile home created by San Francisco artist Jay Nelson.
You might not believe your eyes, but they aren't fooling you. You're really looking at a purple squirrel discovered in Pennsylvania: The odd creature was discovered by Percy and Connie Emert in Jeresey Shore, PA on Sunday.
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