Biologists in Alaska have a perplexing dilemma on their hands—they can't get people to keep their hands off baby moose.
WATCH OUT FOR WILD ANIMALS. THE WILD ANIMALS HAVE GONE WILD. Just this past Sunday, three women were (non-fatally) savaged by enormous beasts—two women by a moose in Colorado, and a third by a bear in Alaska.
A moose in Grand Lake, Colorado has become enraptured with another moose, which would typically be just cute and so "look at those moose in love" (remember, the plural of moose is moose), except in this case one of the moose is just a statue.
A Columbia University-trained educator was invited never to return to his volunteer job at a Brooklyn school because he sent an email to a female teacher detailing the butchering of a moose. That's the nuts and bolts of the story, but stick around, because the specifics are pretty bananas.
One of the first things Sarah Palin said when she graced NBC's crown jewel of a morning program today was this: "Anybody but Obama will be so much better for our country." Anybody? Hitler, Courtney Stodden, Joseph Kony? Alrighty then.
Please use caution when staring directly at Moose. His smile has the power of 1,000 suns, 6 thin mints, 3 cat videos, and the perfect shade of red lipstick combined. If you're not careful, he will beam his ray of cuteness right into your brain, and you might never be the same.
One moose in Alaska sure picked the wrong woman to mess with-and it got the surprise of al lifetime when a tiny 85 year old woman came flying at it with a shovel. Here's how it went down: Dorothea Taylor was waiting in her truck one day when her husband of 40 years, George Murphy, went to get their dogs. She heard…
These orphaned baby moose were given a new home at the Columbus Zoo. Turns out, baby moose are not like baby chicks or baby butterflies; they actually look very similar to their large sized bretheren.