What an unlikely but sweet story!
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Hey everyone, check out Chris Hemsworth's snake!
Get your minds out of the gutter, people. We're talking the actual reptile!
The Australian actor joined Instagram on Monday to show off the selfie he got with the scary-long snake.
He casually captioned it:
"Hangin' with the locals in my backyard… the real Jurassic Park!"
Remind us to never go over to the Hemsworth household!
Even if the slithering creature is totally harmless, we hope the family stays safe, especially since he and his wife, Elsa, have two tots in the house.
But back to Chris, the 32-year-old looks pretty pleased with himself.
[Image via Chris Hemsworth/Instagram.]
We're less than a week away from the premiere of Dancing With The Stars which means the stars and their partners are getting ready for the competition!
Part of that means that they to get to know each other a little bit better — whether they're ready or not!
Bindi Irwin introduced her partner, Derek Hough, to some of her animal friends, but when she draped a snake around the pro, he looked absolutely frozen — LOLz!
Once he got back in the studio though, it was like he was home again — laughing and smiling with his dance partner in crime!
Don't worry Kim, you'll get there!
Ch-ch-check out the two promos (below) and let us know who you'll be cheering on when it premieres next Monday September 14 at 8pm on ABC!
This is crazy! Crazy awesome!!
A man in Tokyo, Japan has been spotted walking his giant tortoise in and around the streets, and the African spurred tortoise seems to be quite comfortable in the concrete jungle.
Pretty cool considering the reptile is used to the southern Sahara desert.
But the Japanese pet owner walks the tortoise just like we walk our dog. Except, obvi he doesn't need a leash — not like it's going to run away!
Of course, these walks take a bit longer than walking a dog! LOLz!
Talk about a pet that requires patience!!!
[Image via Twitter.]
We can't even share the video — it's too hard to watch.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission recently shared a picture and information about a rare gopher tortoise that was tortured and ultimately killed by two teenage girls from Orange Park, Florida.
The video posted online showed the two girls dousing the tortoise in alcohol before setting it on fire, and then laughing and screaming as the tortoise tried to run away. They also threw the tortoise down the street and stomped on its shell until it broke and the tortoise died.