This is amazing! Scientist were conducting an experiment to see if electricity would keep bears away from dead animals. Why? The ideal is hunters could use electricity to protect their kills and reduce their chances of a bear encounter. Well this bear figures a way around the problem pretty quick!
Police in Livingston got a very unusual late-night call from Downtown Treasures, when two deer were spotted browsing the commemorative plates and postcards section of the store at four in the morning on May 29.
You think you know your pet, but do you *know* your pet? Would you, for example, say your guinea pig is a Betty or a Veronica? What's your iguana's opinion on repealing the Glass-Steagall Act? Most importantly, DO YOU EVEN KNOW YOUR FERRET'S MYERS-BRIGGS PERSONALITY TYPE????!! Is your pet ... an INTROVERT?
If you need proof that everyone loves Doritos, look no further than this: a deputy in the Florida Keys recently rescued an endangered species of deer that had a bag of the snack food stuck on its head. Unfortunately, we'll have to speculate whether the deer prefers classic flavor or Cool Ranch.
Everyone knows that the day after Thanksgiving -- aka Black Friday -- is the busiest day of the year for shopping. But apparently three wild deer got a bit confused as to the date and showed up at Kohl's department store four days early.
This confused woman has got cause and effect all switched around. She called into a radio station in Fargo, North Dakota saying that deer crossing signs should be moved... so that deer would start crossing elsewhere.
We feel really bad for Donna, the woman in this clip, because she seems an exceptionally nice lady. She's well-spoken and polite, just... hazy on a few concept. Donna called into a North Dakota morning show because she couldn't get anybody to pay attention to her problem. Which essentially boils down to misunderstanding who a specific sign is aimed at.
When one thinks of a deer, one thinks of a gentle Bambi-like creature. However, adult male deers can be pretty rough customers. Especially during mating season, when they use their sharp horns to jostle over female deer companionship.