A new study on worldwide crocodilian attacks was launched at Charles Darwin University in Darwin, Australia today. The aptly named CrocBITE group hopes to help with the ongoing and future conservation of these species. Part of the study will deal with how successful conservation efforts of certain crocodilian species have led to more attacks on humans.
To say Mary was excited at catching her first fish would be the understatement of the year. She was ecstatic!
The news this month has been ripe with outdoorsmen helping animals in need.
Two Newfoundlanders happened upon an oddity last week in the form of a Greenland shark choking on a large chunk of moose.
The 2013 deer season just got stranger.
From the country that gave us Nintendo, Pokémon, sushi, and wasabi Kit Kat’s, comes a TV show where a woman ties a piece of meat around her waist and runs from a hungry and surprisingly fast Komodo dragon.
British angler Bernie Campbell caught an albino – yes, albino - 8-foot, 206-pound wels catfish while fishing on the River Ebro near Barcelona, Spain. Campbell said he had been trying to catch a record breaker for the past seven years. His world record catch is not yet official.
Big-game hunter and "Winchester Deadly Passion" host Melissa Bachman has found herself the target of a merciless onslaught of negative comments by non-hunters for doing something perfectly legal.
It appears as though the two bucks were fighting for breeding rights for so long that one of the male suitors to be expired.
Deer gets stuck on roof in France.
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