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The reptiles, contained in 160 boxes in a truck, were confiscated in the coastal city of Fangchenggang in Guangxi Zhuang region, Xinhua reported. The public security border defence forces said most of the animals were alive when they were found.
Maine (AP) It may sounds like a B-grade movie, but it was all too real for Maine firefighters who encountered Snakes in an attic.'' Firefighters in Auburn learned upon responding to an attic fire Monday morning that a tenant was keeping 25 to 30 ball
Officials are building a 4,000-foot-long barrier to protect a runway at New York City's Kennedy Airport...The busy airport has been plagued in recent years by waves of Diamondback Terrapins that climb up out of Jamaica Bay looking for a place to nest.
These critters possess characteristics that make them the stars of the animal kingdom. Thus, it's no surprise that Hogle Zoo's new Rocky Shores exhibit with its polar bear and grizzlies draws visitors by the thousands...As for me, the one zoo exhibit
There's been a recent surge in rattlesnake activity around the North Bay, creating more and more close encounters between the venomous snakes and people or pets. You don't have to be out at a park trail to run into a rattlesnake. If you have a wood
So when he happened upon one of the biggest lizards that ever walked on land, he found it fitting to name it after the band's frontman, Jim Morrison -- the original Lizard King...It's what the existence of the "Bearded King Morrison" tells us about
How the turtle got its unique hard shell Science reporter, BBC News The sea turtle's unique shell evolved many millions of years ago How the turtle shell evolved has puzzled scientists for years, but new research sheds light on how their hard shells
Just last week, as children frolicked in the playground at Walter Pierce Park in Adams Morgan, snakes started falling from the trees frightening everyone around. "When the snakes fell they scared the children, and everyone fled," said Sgt. Joseph
International Union for Conservation of Nature announced Monday that loggerhead turtlesmarine reptiles considered critically endangered in 2003have successfully fucked their way back from the brink of extinction. Jennifer Demato, noting that there
On the other hand, maybe Mom would rather just go to brunch than be brunch. (Watch out for that python!) Better ask.