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Sharon Osbourne And Judge Judy Hug A Living Teddy Bear!!

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Sharon Osbourne recently shared a snap of her and Judge Judy hanging out together.

In the pic (above) they were both cuddling a real, live teddy bear!!

Just look at that button nose, those cute eyes and that fluffy fur!

…and also that pink tummy… and cute paws, and the awkward position it's in as it tries to escape — OH! It's a pomeranian shaved like a teddy bear! LOLz!

We could've SWORN that

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Lily The Rescue Dog Starts Her Training Engine!

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Lily, the avalanche rescue dog is in training at Park City Mountain Resort. And she's only nine weeks old!

Once she's trained, Lily will spend about 10 years working on the mountains.

What is the process behind training a rescue dog? Do they ease her into it, or does she just start rescuing people from the get go?

Here's what the dog trainer said:

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The Top Ten Most Surprising Facts About Sharks

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Sharks are one of the most interesting animals in the world.

They're insanely interesting, as long as they are admired from a distance!

And we definitely mean more than an arm's length away!

Here is a top ten list of the most surprising facts about sharks:

"1. Sharks generally have about 45 to 50 teeth – but that’s just the “front row” teeth. They also have, on average, as many as seven replacement rows of teeth behind the front row, ready to move into place if a tooth is damaged or falls out. With all the action a shark’s mouth sees throughout its lifetime, an individual might go through as many as 30,000 teeth.

2. Even though we associate sharks with big, sharp chompers, some species barely need their teeth. Whale sharks and basking sharks, two of the largest species, are both filter feeders and have numerous, tiny teeth – a whale shark might have up to 300 rows of teeth .

3. While sharks don’t use sounds to communicate, they do rely on body language. If you’re snorkeling or diving, it’s good to be aware of the body language sharks use to communicate that they’re uneasy. Hunched backs, lowered pectoral fins, sharp movements (in zig-zag or back-and-forth patterns), and diving down to touch the bottom are all good indicators that a shark is feeling uncomfortable.

4. Some large sharks have dramatically longer lifespans than small sharks. For instance, whale sharks (which generally range from 18 to 32 feet/5.5 to 10 meters in length) can live up to 100 years, while the smooth dogfish (with an average length between 2 and 4 feet/0.6 and 1.2 meters) might only live for 16 years."

Want more sharktastic facts?

Of course you do!

Check out the rest of the list here… AFTER THE JUMP!!!

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Fan Pets Of The Day

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Today's Fan Pets of the Day are…Teddy, Gizmo and Clinger!

Two Shih Tzus, a cat, and a pizza place!!!! SO ADORBz!!!!!!

Teddyhilton.com reader Erin LUVz having the cutest sleepovers when her pooch Teddy (black and white) hangs out with Gizmo (brown and white) and Clinger (the cat)

We want to spend the night too!!!

Erin writes:

Teddy, Gizmo and Clinger are best friends and constantly play and cuddle with each other and are huge fans of Teddy Hilton!

Too PRESCHUZZ!!! See more cuteness (below) RIGHT NOW!

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Fan Pet Of The Day

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Today's Fan Pet of the Day is…Teddy!

HEY! That's our dog's name too! LOLz!

Teddyhilton.com reader Devina is lovestruck with maniacal Morkie madness! And guess what???

So do we!!!!

Devina and Teddy are hanging tough in NYC after Hurricane Sandy so we send our best wishes to the both of them!

How else are we going to hang out if we don't wish them well?!?!?!

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