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A thieving bird in Australia isn't as smart as he thinks.
Because he stole a video camera and recording himself doing the crime!!
In northwest Australia, a camera was set up to record crocodiles.
Until a sea eagle came by and snatched up the camera! That doesn't belong to you, stupid eagle.
The bird took some amazing video and even a few selfies!!
Rangers in the park originally thought the camera had fallen into water.
When they finally discovered the device, they saw the footage and were able to ID the perp.
Check out the video (above) to see the eagle's AH-mazing footage!
On the mend is way better than an up in the air critical condition, that's for sure!
We're hearing that while still in seriously bad shape, Randy Travis is responding to the device inserted into his chest and is showing signs of improvement! The piece of technology is there to help his heart beat after succumbing to viral cardiomyopathy — an infection that weakens the heart and can lead to heart failure.
One of Randy's doctor's released the following statement about his current condition:
Ugh! We're so bored of our iPhone 4s already. When is the iPhone 5 coming out!? LOL!
Apple hasn't even announced the new model yet, but that's not stopping technology enthusiasts from speculating what kind of cool new features will come standard.
So far people are assuming that rainbow colors will be available on the 5 because the company filed patents involving carbon fiber material. The bodies won't just be colorful either — they'll be stronger!
On top of possibly utilizing
FitPerez would like to extend a big congratulations to Mario Lopez for finishing the New York Marathon on Sunday!
The Extra host (and let's not forget former AC Slater) managed to complete the event in only 4 hours and 23 minutes!
Through his twitter account he partially credited his impressive time to his MOTOACTV, a fitness performance tracker and music player, tweeting:
Mom, this bike is really nice and all, but I really wanted a virtual bike!
WFT is wrong with kids these days??
Wednesday, Toys R Us announced that "app-cessories" are one of 2011's hottest holiday toy trends.
What's that? You don't think your young child should have an iPad or iPod? Sorry, but Toys R Us VP, Troy Peterson, says you're wrong. He says:
"Even a 4-year-old can play on these devices without training. We'll be going out more aggressively because demand is developing quickly."
Some of the top apps for include: Cars 2app — $19.99; Arcade app — $99.99; Helicopter app — $49.99; and the Crayola app — $29.99 (six times more than a $4.99 Crayola 64 box of crayons).
[image via Toys R US]
LOLz! Well, this is sure one way to keep your baby safe!
Ellen DeGeneres found a wacky device that keeps your baby in some sort of bouncy sling! You know, for when you can't put your baby down on the floor of a bathroom stall!
Who thinks of these things??