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Who needs watchdogs and alarm systems when you have two full grown crocodiles protecting your house? Awirut Nathip says no burglars have dared come anywhere near his home in the 15 years since his two crocodile pets have been keeping guard.
Imposter blends in with cardinals despite scarf for sash
Vatican City, March 4 - A fake bishop managed to sneak into a pre-conclave meeting of cardinals at the Vatican on Monday. The imposter's cassock was shorter than standard, the chain on his crucifix was unusual, and his purple episcopal sash turned out to be a scarf. But he still managed to blend in for some time with the more than 100 cardinals assembled from around the world at the general congregation, which precedes the secret meetings of the conclave to elect a new pope later this month. The phony, reportedly Australian, was eventually identified and kicked out to the visible amusement of journalists nearby.
A bronze statue of the Hindu deity, Shiva, the personifaction of calm, is irritated by a pesky fly and comes to life in order to rid himself of it. But in his increasingly frustated attempts, Shiva causes himself more and more problems until...
It doesn't get much slipperier than this. In an adorable Youtube video uploaded this week, seal pups struggle to get onto a floating surfboard by using their flippers to slide across the slick surface.
In an adorable Youtube video uploaded this week, seal pups struggle to get onto a floating surfboard by using their flippers to slide across the slick surface. For a few of them, it doesn't go so well.
According to Washington's local B-TownBlog, Burien resident Ethan Janson captured the footage of the seal pups with his GoPro camera, which he mounted to a surfboard he once used for windsurfing. Janson hooked the surfboard to a buoy and recorded the seal pups near Three Tree Point, on the Puget Sound. Editing the 30 minutes of footage down into a 3.75-minute clip, he chose the best moments of the seal pups sliding about.