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Anna Faris & Chris Pratt Finish A Romantic Stroll In NYC!

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Looks like Hollywood's funniest couple took a break from collecting dead bugs to take a walk in NYC!

Who knows? Maybe they added a few more to their growing and crawling collection!

Anna Faris and Chris Pratt were returning to their hotel after a promenade in the city that never sleeps! Perhaps they decided to go to the park, and then decided to go back to the bedroom for the recreation!

The Mom star, who's also a star mom, deserves a little romantic getaway with her hubby! Gurl's been lifting her baby Jack like Arnold Schwarzenegger in Pumping Iron!

SRSLY she is AHmazingly toned! Well, maybe not as ripped as Chris in Zero Dark Thirty, but still, they both are fit as a fiddle, and like a fiddle, we'd love to play with them…if we only knew how!

[Image via Principality/WENN.]

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Colleges Start The Beginning Of The End Of Bottled Water

Filed under: Environment

Brita Hydration station

Is this the beginning of the end of buying bottled water?

Hundreds of colleges across the nation are installing eco-freindly water fountains known as hydration stations so students can refill water bottles instead of buying new ones.

They are getting good reviews too. One Pennsylvania college student on a campus with 20 filling stations, said:

"They're so much easier than tipping bottles under the old water fountains. You can fill them all the way to the top."

Hydration stations are popping up in more places than just colleges. They are featured at airports, parks, office buildings, stores, and even on the Black Eyed Peas tour!

The International Bottled Water Association believes bottled water has a strong following and doesn't see these filling stations as an eventual replacement. "There is probably enough room for both," said a spokesman for the group.

Although bottled water may sometimes be be more convenient, we think hydration stations are a great innovation that will definitely continue to gain popularity.

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Escaped Peacock Out On The Town In NYC

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It Was Fun While It Lasted @Bronxzoopeacock

SRSLY NYC Zoos? Get it together!!

A peacock flew the coop today from the Central Park Zoo and remains on the loose on the Upper East Side.

The bird, a male, escaped around 9 a.m., a zoo worker told The Post.

The peacock drew about 100 onlookers this afternoon as it remained perched on a fifth-floor window at a building near East 65th Street and Fifth Avenue for about five hours.

Zoo workers and Parks Department officials were at the building in the hope the bird would fly to a lower floor so that it could be rescued.

The Bronx Zoo got tons of (possibly unwanted) press when a cobra and a peacock managed to escape this spring — and make some impressively witty twitter accounts.

Someone's copying the @BronxZooPeacock!

The Central Park Zoo Peacock has jumped right on that bad wagon as well. You can follow him under @BirdOnTheTown.

[image via BronxZooPeacock]

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Yo Doggity, You Got Ta Bag It Up

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HEYO, HEYO, HEYO, HEYOOOOO!!

This is just a musical reminder to pick up your doggie doo - to the tune of Blackstreet's No Diggity. LOLZ!

Is this what 90's music has come too??

This seemingly rando video is call ed Dog Doogity, created by the Seattle-based Puget Sound Starts Here is a fresh approach to persuade people to pick up after their pets. Despite campaigns that have passed out pamphlets and placed boxes of plastic bags in public parks, area residents still find themselves dodging doodies on sidewalks, lawns and trails.

Bag it up, bitches!!

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How Sharks Celebrated The 4th

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Sharks Surround Houston Cost

Family fun — with a shark!

Large sharks caught in the Gulf of Mexico are creating a scare (and seemingly also entertainment) for people on Texas beaches.

At least two sharks were caught by fishermen recently along the Texas coast.

Experts say you are more likely to get hit by lightning than be bitten by a shark, but it's still the talk of a couple beaches this holiday weekend.

The shark was released after the (above) picture was taken, so he'll live to tell about the time he got away.

The same fate was made for a smaller version caught near. It was released as well, but with a tracker installed by state parks and wildlife workers.

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EXCLUSIVE: What You Should Know About Sea World

Filed under: PETAAnimal RightsWhalesSea WorldAnimal Cruelty

Looking to have an cruelty-free summer vacation?

Aren't we all?

Well, according to PETA, we should cross Sea World off our vacation destination list.

What PETA has to say about these "parks" might shock the amusement right out of you. Watch this video and see what your think.

Click HERE for a list of Cruelty-Free Vacation Hot Spots!

You can even Write A Letter to the company the owns Sea World, and tell them how you fell.

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Totally Psyched International Migratory Bird Day?

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Totally Psyched International Migratory Bird Day?

It's finally here!

Ok, so we just found out this about this holiday this morning. But why not celebrate?

International Migratory Bird Day officially takes place on the second Saturday in May in the U.S. and Canada and in October in Mexico, Central and South America, and the Caribbean.

Apparently each year, hundreds of thousands of people observe IMBD. They will gather in town squares, community centers, schools, parks, and refuges across the Western Hemisphere to learn more about wild birds, take action to conserve birds and their habitats, and simply have fun.

Click HERE to learn more about International Migratory Bird Day and find parks and festivals celebrating near you!

[Image via WENN.]

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