Texas Man Accused of Smuggling Dead Hummingbirds
HOUSTON, Texas–53-year-old Carlos Delgado Rodriguez of Dallas, Texas is accused of transporting approximately 60 dead hummingbirds from Mexico to the U.S. He apparently smuggled the birds with the intent of selling them. An indictment obtained by Breitbart Texas states that there are five charges against Rodriguez, including smuggling and the sale of... Read more
What Is This ‘Very Rare’ Fish Caught Off the Florida Coast?
What has icy blue eyes, pinkish-grey scales and a long, skinny tail? That’s what the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s research division asked when its scientists were sent pictures of the unusual fish caught off the Pensacola coast. “Have you ever seen anything like it? These photos were... Read more
Your other wheels: Iconic Beetle offers new thrills
First off, let me say that I have never considered myself a VW Beetle person. Never owned one, never wanted one. Until now, that is. After a week in the 2014 Beetle diesel convertible, I could be a convert. It may be the refined look of the exterior. Or,... Read more
When You Hear Where a Student Suspended for a BB Gun in His Car Had It Parked, You Might Scratch Your Head
KWWL – Eastern Iowa Breaking News, Weather, Closings A student has been suspended from Dubuque Senior High School after police found a BB gun pistol in his car — a car that was parked off campus. According to a statement released by school district spokesperson Mike Cyze, a parent... Read more
1,600 Trout Over the Limit
A poacher in New Mexico has taken illegal harvest to staggering new depths. After getting an anonymous tip, Department of Game and Fish Conservation Officers found more than 1,600 rainbow trout in the home of Bounchanh Bounsombath of Clovis, New Mexico. That’s more than 160 times the legal possession... Read more
13 Gun Owners Share Why They Carry a Firearm — Just Wait Until You Read Number Seven
Why do you carry a gun? Gun owners are regularly presented with this particular question — and some are now speaking out. Using popular smartphone application Whisper, many Second Amendment enthusiasts have turned  to the social network to explain to others why they carry a firearm. Whisper guarantees its... Read more
Alien-like Catfish Defies Classification
In the remote Western Ghats region of Kerala, India, a tiny catfish occasionally surfaces from its subterranean home to confound researchers. This new species was first discovered in the 2011, and its strange “alien” nature led those studying it to give it the name Kryptoglanis shajii. Scientists are unsure how... Read more
Oklahoma Anglers Inadvertently Catch Alligator Snapping Turtle
A photo of two anglers’ large snapping turtle is making waves online after the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation posted it to Facebook on May 13. The picture of the estimated 100-pound alligator snapping turtle was sent in by two anglers who, for a brief time, kept the creature on... Read more