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Thieves steal $18,000 worth of exotic snakes and a supply of frozen rats from Nebraska pet store. WOWT's Erin Murray reports.
An Oklahoma boy finds massive 14-foot python in his family's backyard. KFOR's Jessica Bruno reports.
In Australia, a woman woke up to find a giant python in her house stretching 16 feet and weighing almost 70 pounds.
Chickaboo the ostrich had grown too big for her owner and broke free when he was trying to return her to the Ostrich Wonderlands farm in Malaysia.
Every breakup has its cost — and one Russian put an exact price tag on it: $680.
British firefighters were moo-ved to post pictures of an unusual animal rescue online following requests from Twitter users.
When a woman began yelling about a man stealing her bike at an Oregon Walmart, cowboy Robert Borba rode up on horseback and lassoed the alleged thief.
Several business were evacuated when a sinkhole opened up near a construction site in Ottawa, Canada.
Eleven commandos who happened to be eating in the restaurant waited for the robbery to play out before confronting the thieves, one of whom was shot.
"We regret this isolated incident and the company is looking at ways of further enhancing security at all our power plants."
A huge storm that forced thousands from their homes on Australia's east coast also created frothy sea conditions that at least one visitor found
A Chicago zoo celebrated International Ungulate Day and the upcoming Tony Awards with a creative name for its newly born Bactrian camel.
Students at Bridge Farm Primary school in Bristol, U.K. came back from vacation to a special surprise. Internationa
A light-fingered primate made off with around $150 after forcing its way into the store and chasing out staff in Guntur, India.
A Florida construction worker stands accused of intentionally using front-end loader to bury the boss in sand twice, after an argument escalated. WESH
For the third night in eight days, someone altered electronic road signs placed on Dallas-area roadways.
File under "Only In Alaska": A crowd gathered to witness the miracle of birth Tuesday when a moose gave birth in an Anchorage parking lot. KTUU's Caslon Hatch reports
Bryan Whitfield, the Pentagon's public affairs chief, will stay out of jail if he behaves himself for the rest of the year, court documents show.
Lithuania's 17th annual competition to find country's fastest crawler. Mothers can entice them across the finish line with toys, food, and i
"He's dragging my son! I can't watch this! I can't watch! I can't watch!" the woman screams in audio of 911 calls released Wednesday.