The winners of the annual Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards were announced on Thursday, recognizing photos that are “light-hearted, upbeat, possibly unpretentious and mainly about wildlife doing funny things,” the contest website reads.
A woman has been hailed the most glamorous snake catcher in the world. A woman is being called the most glamorous snake catcher ever after she fearlessly caught a gigantic python in a LBD and high heels. According to Caters News, Tetiana Nazarova conquered her lifetime fear of snakes by successfully capturing a massive 8-foot carpet snake in a backyard two weeks ago in Australia.
While California wildfires ravage southern California, rescue workers found a bright spot when they rescued a box of kittens.
After being attacked by a bear on a hunting trip, Lee Brooke is undergoing an advanced facial reconstruction procedure.
The Sheguang Hu haute couture show at China Fashion Week turned some heads, especially when a model wearing a rat head strutted the runway.
A petition has been launched to bring a US trophy hunter to justice after he shot a rare snow leopard and was pictured grinning with the body. The picture shows Hossein Golabchi, who is also known by his nickname “Soudy”, smiling with the big cat draped over his shoulders. The American hunter, originally from Iran, is believed to have killed the animal in central Asia.
A Staten Island dress shop had an unexpected, messy customer this week: a wild deer. Margaret Cavuoto, owner of In Phase Fashions, is cleaning up after a frantic deer went on a rampage through the store. As local news reports, Cavuoto had propped open the front door on Monday afternoon to let fresh air into the store.
Juwan Nicholson shared a snapshot showing a dolphin reaching in for a kiss while Nicholson reacts with a shocked face and pulls away.
Lena Dunham, I get you. For once, and I cannot stress enough how miraculous this was, our dog just sat and didn’t react. After reading Dunham’s searingly honest and heartfelt Instagram post — which received both fiery criticism and compassionate praise — about having to give up her rescue Lamby, a dog who never adjusted to being a pet, I allowed myself to think of my own canine, who was a Christmas gift from my college roommate.
A new study may have stumbled upon a surprising method to increasing marital satisfaction: Look at cute puppy photos.
Don't worry, if you've never heard of the "furry" subculture, neither had she -- but her dog had a great time anyway.
A hairstylist in Germany is using an unusual method to help calm his customers during their haircuts. For $38, he’ll wrap his pet python, Monty, around their neck in an effort to help them relax, reports United Press International. And while massages are generally known as relaxing, healthy, arguably indulgent treats for the body, they are not often associated with live animals of any kind, let alone deadly ones. The man behind this one-of-a-kind relaxation therapy’s appearance in the German city of Dresden is Frank Doehlen of the Haar Mode Team salon, who claims that the 13-year-old ball python’s muscle movements work wonders for his clients.
After voicing consistent public objection to the fur-trapping and down-harvesting practices of Canada Goose — the decades-old company whose $900 hooded parkas reached peak popularity this year — animal-rights activist group PETA plans to take a different tack towards policy change: by becoming a Canada Goose company shareholder on Thursday, on the company’s first day of its initial public offering. “We will be buying around $4,000 worth of shares so that we can attend and speak at the company’s annual meetings and submit shareholder resolutions asking for policy changes,” a PETA spokesperson has exclusively shared with Yahoo Style. For some time now, PETA has spoken out against Canada Goose’s “ethical” fur and down claims — producing fact sheets taking the company’s stances to task, staging several protests outside of the company’s Toronto headquarters and New York City flagship store, issuing an action alert to contact CEO Dani Reiss, and producing a (very disturbing) video of a coyote stuck in a leg trap and being shot that has since gone viral.
The annual Westminster Dog Show is in its 141st year. It seems America never gets tired of seeing adorable, perfectly groomed dogs prance around on stages. The competition spans three days, and at this year’s show, 2,908 dogs from 200 different breeders competed against one another for the coveted “Best in Show” title. Just as we humans do, dogs endure serious grooming practices before the big show. When you see how closely those judges eye up the pups, it’s no wonder the owners of these dogs go to great lengths to get their furry friends in tip-top shape.
Designers and creative directors usually attempt to make fashion ad campaigns provocative and unexpected in order to make an impression. Because of this, some pretty absurd trends have emerged — celebrities and models using snakes as accessories, posing in provocative manners, and even alongside animals. In fact, models cozying up to pets like lions, tigers, and bears (oh my!) happens so often, it’s not even that wild.
This election is best described as a sick whirlwind of doom, no matter which party you belong to. It hasn’t been pretty. The race is tight, and we’re all nervous over the outcome, but after months of this nightmare, it’s safe to say that American voters deserve a little break, no?
According to a 2015 report by the National Retail Federation, it’s estimated that a staggering 20 million people will dress up their furry friends this Halloween.
It’s not everyday you see a chicken wearing human clothing, which is why one of the latest videos to hit the Internet is going viral. In an unusual, viral video posted by Debra Snodgrass from Prescott, Arizona, a chicken is seen running around his pen wearing blue shorts. As strange as it may seem, Debra says her chicken, named Charlie, enjoys this kind of attire since he loves being the center of attention.