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Deer using crosswalk prove that politeness is a Canadian trait

If you think Canadian people are overly polite, just wait until you see our deer.
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A suitcase was found with 1,500 of these reptiles stuffed inside it

If you’re hoping to make a breakaway with illegal contraband, the sluggish turtle is probably not the species of choice to help you make a run for it.
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Scientists need your help finding the owner of a USB drive that was pooped out by a seal

Were you in New Zealand over a year ago, using a blue kayak and snapping pics of sea lions along Catlins Coast? If so, the photos that you took while on vacation have been put through the wringer – literally.
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Watch epic video of a giraffe escaping a pride of hungry lions

It’s hard not to root for the underdog, especially when they’re outnumbered by a pride of lions.
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This popular Indonesian attraction is set to close for one year

The Dinosaur Age may soon come to an end – again.
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Woman caught trying to smuggle gerbils strapped to her legs

A walk says a lot about a person, whether they’re confident, shy, lazy or – in the case of one Taiwanese woman – whether they’ve got gerbils strapped to their legs.
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You can cuddle puppies and fluffy chickens at this spa resort

A couple of years ago, goat yoga nearly broke the Internet. Now, another animal trend has emerged at a Santa Fe spa resort that will likely elicit the same response.
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Watch a kiteboarder crash into a shark in the DR

Sharks often get a bad rap, and for one unlucky shark in the Dominican Republic, it also got a major rap on the head.
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Can fried chicken be an emotional support animal? You bet, says POPEYES

Who could forget the emotional support squirrel that got kicked off a flight? Or the woman and her pet peacock who were denied boarding at Newark airport? Stranger still was the turkey that sat in a middle seat, and the pig who went hog-wild in the aisles of a US Airways flight.
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Visa-free entry to Brazil for Canadian citizens starting June 17
Visa-free entry to Brazil for Canadian, U.S., Japan & Australian citizens starting June 17
Starting June 17 Brazil will allow visa-free entry to the country for citizens of Canada, the U.S., Australia and...
Air Canada updates flight schedule to cover 98% of planned flying through April 30
Air Canada updates flight schedule to cover 98% of planned flying through April 30
With the 737 Max 8’s return date still unknown, Air Canada has announced it intends to remove 737 Max flying from its...
NCL offers first peek at refreshed Norwegian Sky
NCL offers first peek at refreshed Norwegian Sky
Norwegian Cruise Line has released images of the completed refurbishments of Norwegian Sky as part of the Norwegian...
We are ‘Go for Launch’: Port Canaveral’s Cruise Terminal 3 breaks ground
We are ‘Go for Launch’: Port Canaveral’s Cruise Terminal 3 breaks ground
Outer space met the deep blue sea at a groundbreaking ceremony for Port Canaveral’s new Cruise Terminal 3 complex...
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