We were at the beach, everyone had matching towels!
There was a rock lobster! EATING ANOTHER LOBSTER?!?!?!?!?!
Maine has seen an increase in crustaceans off its shores and as a result, bigger lobsters are cannibalizing their smaller brethren.
And why are there so many lobsters?
Tags: cannabilism, crazy, fishing, food, lobster, maine, science
Quit messing around, you crazy kids!
A GORGEOUS quartet of Nigerian dwarf goat kids are sitting around, enjoy the air and grounds of Took a Leap Farm in Maine.
But one particular babe, Buttermilk Sky, is really enjoying his Leap-ing!
While the others are chill mode, Buttermilk is bounding and bouncing away.
Then he decides that he's going to do some parkour…by jumping off another kid!
Check out the barnyard cray-cray (above) this goat is pulling off!
Tags: baby, buttermilk sky, crazy, cute cute, goat, maine, parkour, took a leap farm
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Welcome to life, cubbies!
Eight year old mama bear Lugnut welcomed two cubs in early January. As Lugnut hibernates, her newborns will nurse from her while she sleeps.
Although Mama won't be getting too much sleep!
Lugnut and her young are monitored by the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife and the Wildlife Research Foundation.
With a fiber-optic camera, researchers and bear lovers will be able to watch the cubs grow.
The family won't be leaving their den anytime soon and the cubbies will stay with Mama until they are about a year old.
Check out the video above to see these aDORable bears!
Tags: bears, birth, black bear, cubs, hibernation, maine, mothering, wildlife
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