Rare specimen piques curiosity of locals and other fishermen, who had never seen one; expert: 'My hunch is it’s just a very rare mutation'
A blue-colored red king crab has become the buzz about Nome, because it is so rare. Frank MacFarland plans to have his rare catch mountedRead More →
These seasonal visitors are identifiable because of their peculiar appearance, and are crowd favorites whenever they're spotted
The 6 whales, dolphins to watch for off California, each with distinct markings, include four blue whales, a bottlenose dolphin, and a killer whaleRead More →
Signs Licensing Partnership For Consumer Electronics
Irvine, Calif. – (July 2014) – J Fin Group, a leading manufacturer of owned and licensed apparel and consumer electronic products, today announced a licensing […]Read More →
Excited photographer snaps pictures of couple kissing in front of a tornado
Reception tent was blown over by the tornado but nobody was hurt, and newlyweds captured memorable moment in photos.Read More →
Saskatchewan village hit with up to 8 inches of rain causing flash flooding
To save a young fox trapped by a flash flood, the Saskatchewan men swam about 245 feet out in up to eight-feet of water.Read More →
Don't let your suit get in the way of the ride of your life
Pick up one of these no-budge bikinis before your next surf, SUP, sail, or scuba session.Read More →
Scientist says the discovery is ‘unlike anything we have seen before’
The new horned dinosaur species named Mercuriceratops Gemini was 20-feet long, weighed more than two tons, and lived 77 million years ago.Read More →
Catch of a 2-foot-long American bullfrog fuels concern about the spread of the invasive species; 'They're eating everything that will fit into their mouth'
The recent catch of a giant bullfrog in a Vancouver Island pond has fueled concern that the invasive species is spreading unchecked across the landscape.Read More →
A new wave of bars leverages big-protein and whole-food trends
Energy bars aren’t what they used to be. (And that's a good thing.)Read More →
A father and son were on their first fishing trip together when the son, Paul Jarvis, landed an estimated 880-pound sturgeon on the Fraser River in British Columbia
The giant sturgeon caught by Paul Jarvis was one of the biggest ever landed from the Fraser River in British Columbia and a great Father's Day weekend tale.Read More →
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