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Snapshots from a fashion show at the Australian Fashion Week J ust when we thought we'd seen it all on the runway, we saw these pictures. Australian fashion label 'We Are Handsome' put a python called Candy on the ramp!...W rapped around models like
Slippery customer keeping long arm of the law busy at Port Lincoln Updated April 07, 2014 08:37:50 The long arm of the law has been needed to cope with a slippery problem at Port Lincoln in South Australia...Officers on patrol carefully captured the
Managing your online bank account through public Wi-Fi is fraught with dangers. Photograph: Ian Dagnall/Alamy Q Someone told me that I shouldn't do my banking on public Wi-Fi ...Andy, via email A Many people try to find free Wi-Fi when out and about,
A firefighter put his reptile-handling experience to good use when he rescued a 6-foot-long python from a burning home in western Michigan. Muskegon firefighter Scott Hemmelsbach told The Muskegon Chronicle ( http://bit.ly/1jQ2Vbf ) that he
In Iligan City, Doc Ferds Recio visits the Philippine freshwater crocodiles affected by Tropical Depression Agaton which ravaged the area this January. The Philippine crocodileswhich were bred as part of a program to increase their populationare
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Two people were convicted of animal cruelty on Monday. (Cory Ruf/CBC) A man and a woman who were charged last year after about 40 pythons were found at a Brantford, Ont., motel have been found guilty of animal cruelty. Guy Boisseault and Cynthia
The Australian woman was totally distraught after discovering her small pet dog had been swallowed by the giant python. It had no hope of escaping it's fate as it had been chained up to it's kennel. The lady called in WIRES
Northern Rivers secretary Sue Ulyatt said the volunteers cut the chain and observed the python, which is about 50 years old, for 24 hours to see if it would regurgitate the chain. However, when it didn't, the python was taken to Currumbin Wildlife
A python was caught on camera devouring a crocodile after an epic battle on the shores of an Australian lake...The combatants in this case are thought to be an olive python and a freshwater Johnston's crocodile, both native to northern Australia.