Which Shark Species Has the Strongest Bite?

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You might be surprised to learn that the shark with the strongest bite is not the great white, the tiger shark or even the great hammerhead. Rather, it’s the more modestly-sized bull shark, according to BBC Nature.


Video: Adorable Video Of Baby Panda Startled By Zookeeper Goes Viral

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A baby panda gets quite a fright and it’s caught on camera. In the footage, an adorable baby red panda in Japan throws up her paws and falls on her back after a zookeeper surprises her. The video was posted on YouTube and has been viewed more than 460,000 times in just five days.


Popular Kitten Names: 2012’s Trendiest Cat Monikers

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Naming your new cat is a difficult and important decision — after all, he’ll have to live with that moniker for the rest of his life, and so will you. But naming a kitten can also be tons of fun! We culled our records and came up with the a current list of the 10 most popular cat names.


Opossum Facts: 10 Things You Never Knew About The Marsupial

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Pity the poor opossum. The oft-maligned marsupial definitely suffers from an image problem — it is frequently perceived more as a giant, dirty, scavenging rat rather than a cute creature of the wild. But whether you love them or hate them, North America’s only marsupial has a set of unique characteristics that might transform aversion into affection. But first, the burning question: is it opossum or possum?


2012 National Dog Show: Winners Of Purina’s Competition Announced

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This win is one for the history books. For the second year in a row, a Wire Fox Terrier won the coveted Best in Show title at the National Dog Show presented by Purina. The same breed hasn’t won two years in row in a major competition since an English Springer Spaniel won Westminster in 1971 and 1972.


Strange Dog Breeds Spotted At The 2012 National Dog Show

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One of the best things about attending a benched dog show like the National Dog Show presented by Purina is that you get to meet lots of pooches that you don’t usually see walking around the neighborhood or playing at the local dog park.


8 Reasons Owning a Dog is Good for You

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What’s a Dog for? There are a thousand answers to the question that is the title of my new book. This is because being human means needing help, of many different kinds, and sometimes there’s not another to provide it. To start with, loneliness is not only an emotion–it’s terrible for the health.


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