She's here! She's here!
What a special moment for these parents!
Coco shared a pic of the new beautiful baby girl (below):
[Image via WENN.]
"When a whale would eat squid, I believe they would digest [it] in the whale's stomach, and the whale would throw it up out and everything that was in his stomach to break down the squid. It has this most potent, amazing, knee-buckling scent to women. I became voracious, I was like, 'I want it! I need more!' I kept grabbing it and smelling it like a little piglet."
[ Note: The scent of ambergris is now copied molecularly to safely remove whales from the equation. Yay science! ]
[Image via Dave Bedrosian/Future Image/WENN.]
Paul Rosolie is a wildlife expert and filmmaker who loves mother earth so much, he's willing to literally become one with nature…
By being eaten alive by an anaconda!!
Well, not fully eaten. He's going to be wearing a special suit that should keep him protected from the snake's crushing strength, sharp teeth and powerful stomach acid.
So, how does Rosolie plan to pull off this stunt? He said:
It's currently alligator hunting season in Florida and two men, Keith Kelley & Kelly Sziy, just bagged a BIG one!
The gator, which they named Lumpy, was 13-feet, four-inches-long and weighed 765-pounds!! That's nutso!
Craziest part? They did it all bare handed!! They only had a rope, some hooks and their raw manliness!
Good thing this vet knew what to do!
And who knew vodka could actually save a life!
Missey is a four month old kitten who had a terrifying experience outside of her owner's home in Redcar, England.
The owners of the kitty are Paul Stephenson and his 27-year-old daughter Sara and Sara was attacked with Missey last week in front of their house by a group of thugs.
The gang covered the cat in antifreeze, and even though Missey was given a bath - she started showing signs she was seriously ill the next day!
When they took the cat to the vet they were shocked to discover that one effective treatment for the kitty would be to hook it up to an IV and drip alcohol into its system! At the end of the treatment - the cat had gotten a half of liter of a bottle of 37.9 percent vodka.
And the treatment totally worked!
Here's what Sara the owner said
It was an average Thursday, just a week ago, when something unbelievable happened at Cape Lookout National Seashore off the coast of North Carolina.
A shark feeding frenzy was caught on camera!!
Literally dozens of sharks were seen attacking a large school of blue fish. It looks like absolute chaos!