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Rabbits GET IT ON Live On TV! Check Out This Super Furry Easter Surprise!

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Rabbits have sex live on air during news broadcast! Happy Easter!

Whoa! Those two Easter bunnies are going at it like… rabbits… LOLz!

At a news station in Knoxville, Tennessee, the anchors were having fun with Easter, bringing two cute rabbits onto their desk.

The bunnies pretty quickly did what rabbits do best… they started doing the nasty, right there, live on TV!

The one bunny on top wasn't very good, though. He started

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Cute Animals On GMA!

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There are lots of clips out there of wildlife experts bringing all sorts of awesome animals onto morning talk shows.

But this time was different.

On Good Morning America the anchor literally got to hold a sleeping baby bear in his hands!

And then we got to see some more fuzzy critters.

Check them out in the above video.

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Pickled Kitten Anyone?

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This is just silly!

Watch this British news story on a kitten that loves squeezing into inside jars.

The news anchors reporting on the story say some funny not nice things about the odd little kitty.

For the record, we think she's cute.

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Shipwreck Of Captain That Inspired Moby Dick Found

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Two Brothers shipwreck found

Captain George Pollard Jr.'s Two Brothers whaling boat that sunk February 11, 1823 has been discovered off the coast of Hawaii.

The whaler's earlier excursion into the sea on the whaling vessel The Essex was the inspiration for the American classic Moby Dick after it was rammed and sunk by a sperm whale.

Pollard and his surviving crew were lost at sea in 3 small boats for two months and even resorted to canibalism before being rescued.

The determined whaler from Nantucket, Massachusetts, the birthplace of America's whaling industry, returned to the sea aboard Two Brothers which sunk after hitting a shallow reef near Hawaii.

Luckily, the captain and his boys were only in the ocean for a day before being rescued for a second time.

Maritime heritage archaeologists, working with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, found the legendary whaler's Two Brothers shipwreck nearly 600 miles northwest of Honolulu.

In statement, the agency said:

"This rare archaeological discovery is the first discovery of a wrecked whaling ship from Nantucket, Mass., the birthplace of America's whaling industry."

Expeditions to the bottom of the sea yielded such artifacts as the large anchor of the ship, harpoon tips, cast-iron pots for melting whale blubber, and remains of the ships rigging.

Although the whale won in 1820 when encountering the whalers aboard the Essex, these creatures no longer have the tactical advantage and are being hunted and killed to the point of extinction.

So sad.

[Image via CNN.]

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Boner Alert! That Snake Is A Scoundrel!

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Ha! This is TOO funny!

Check out The Early Show anchor Erica Hill having QUITE the encounter with a python during a segment with zoologist Jack Hanna (above)!

Looks like someone was happy to see her! Eek!

Skip ahead to the 3:10 mark to get the good stuff, but there are some other furry friends - with their private parts kept private - before that you might want to see!


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