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Stalker Hiding Under Teen Girl's Bed WHILE SHE SLEPT Sent Her A Text That Said 'I'm Watching You'

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This is SO creepy!

An 18-year-old man named Kyle Ravenscroft was stalking a 16-year-girl and crept into her bedroom in Chester, England, and the most shocking part about this stalking story is that he received NO jail time!

The stalker broke into the teenage girl's home while her mother was home and spent the entire night there! During his sleepover he sent her a series of disturbing texts that included one where he said he was "standing in the grounds" of her house, another that said he "hoped she would wake up and find him hanging outside," another one that read "I'm in your house," and one that said "I'm watching you."

That last one was sent while he was under the poor teen's bed!

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World's Cutest Baby Otters Get Their First Check Up!

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Chester Zoo in the UK became the proud new owners of two adorbz Asian Small-Clawed Otter pups back in the end of January!

The two little pups, Wallace, a boy, and Dill, a girl, have been spending time exploring their enclosure with their mama Daisy and their papa Robbie.

Just recently, it was time for their first check up!

The little otters were weighed and checked all over for general good health.

A zoo vet said:

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New Baby Orangutan Is REALLY Close To His Mom!

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Aww!

A baby Sumatran Orangutan named Tripa is really attached to his mom!

In fact, since Tripa's birth, his mom Emma has not let him out of her sight!

And he was born all the way back on October 19.

The two spend their time together at the United Kingdom’s Chester Zoo.

Young Orangutans are the only other species, besides humans, whose childhoods can last up to eight years!

So it isn't any surprise to zookeepers that Tripa is by his mama's side.

After all, he depends on her for food, transportation, and love!

The three keys to any mammal's heart!!

The Sumatran Orangutan is an endangered species, so we're SUPER glad this baby is being carefully watched by his mama.

Take care of that cutie!

[Image via Chester Zoo.]

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Fan Pets Of The Day

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Today's Fan Pets of the Day are…Miko and Chester!

Teddyhilton.com readers Katie and Michael go cat crazy in love for their two and one year old Bengals.

We mean, for realz, who WOULDN'T go insane in the membrane for these kittys!

We need them in our lives! We just want to gobble some Miko and Chester love…we don't need to eat anything!

Check out more photos of these cat siblings (below) PRONTO!

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Chester From Linkin Park On Their Earthquake Relief Show

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We love it when people use their fame and popularity (and kick ass music) to support worthy causes!

So, naturally, we loved it when we heard that Linkin Park played an intimate concert (we're talking 1,100 people, so, intimate for Linkin Park) that raised money for an earthquake/tsunami relief fund for Japan!

Chester opened up about it:

"It's a really exciting night tonight. We're performing a show with he B'z from Japan, [the] biggest rock band in Japanese history. It's an honor to be able to play with these guys, and it's especially an honor to be able to give back to the Japanese community that's been so devastated and been so great in supporting us."

The whole show was kind of put on by fans — and by that, we mean to get tickets the fans had to raise $500 for the tsunami relief fund for a pair of tickets! So if you do the math, about 550 people raised AT LEAST $500 dollars for the fund!

"We wanted to do something where we kind of engaged our fans to give money, because we're always asking them to give money all the time because unfortunately, there are natural disasters affecting so many places all over the earth that we're always asking our fans for money," explained Bennington of the group's ongoing fundraising efforts. "We wanted to do something that was exciting for our fans and gave them something to look forward to, a goal that was beyond anything they'd done before."

"We set a goal that we thought was pretty high, at $250,000, and amazingly our fans — from both Linkin Park and B'z — have generated over $350,000 in 60 days," he said. "Which is unbelievable considering not only the devastation in Japan but also the economic struggles people are having here in the U.S. as well." In fact, he said proudly, the top fundraiser brought in more than $13,000.

$13k is incredible! That fan really did their part, and it's an inspiration for sure!

This is such a good idea for the continuing effort in Japan. It's a shame how many natural disasters happen, and so quickly, as our attention gets diverted really easily from one to the next.

[Image via WENN.]

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