Let it be known that Bruce Jenner does not play around — did any of these paps NOT watch the first few seasons of Keeping Up With the Kardashians??
The Los Angeles County Sheriff deputies were called to Bruiser's home in Malibu on Tuesday because of some pesky members of the paparazzi!
Apparently there have been some photogs standing by to take pictures of the former Olympian in his home with a telephoto lens — which is super illegal because they are super invasive!
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According to TMZ, these photographers — who have been camping out — took pictures of Kris Jenner's ex-husband and were peddling them early Tuesday.
The same photogs supposedly took pictures over the last week and Bruce confronted them, threatening to call the police if they ever came back.
Looks like they didn't think the 65-year-old would make good on his promise!
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Florida has a bit of problem with some invasive species, one of the scarier ones being pythons.
People get them as pets, they grow too big and then they set them loose to wreak havoc on anyone unlucky enough to come across them in the wild.
A Miami man recently spotted a Burmese python hanging out in some bushes.
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New Zealand is constantly battling invasive species who want nothing more than to eat their exotic birds.
So thankfully there's a man, Gareth Morgan, fighting to protect the birds!
He plans on saving birds by eliminating all cats from New Zealand as we previously mentioned…
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This sounds like something out of a horror story but it's true…
In Central Park in NYC, snakehead fish sightings have been on the rise near Harlem Meer.
The snakehead is a total monster because they can grow to three feet long, have big, sharp teeth and can survive outside of water for days!!
Yup! That means you aren't safe anywhere!
The New York Department of Environmental Conservation issued a statement that literally said:
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