Take a look at this!
This angry bird is ruffling some feathers at a St. Louis office park.
The man in this video wasn't the first to get goosed.
It was coming at my face full-force, and it would not stop. And I ran, and it continued to come after me.
Experts say the goose is a protective father.
Nearby, the mother goose guards their nest.
There's not much that can be done -- geese are protected by the federal government.
But they should back off in a few months, once the hatchlings have grown.
Drivers rubbernecking along I-75 in Michigan weren't looking at a traffic accident.
It was a bear in the median!
Wildlife experts found the cub in a drainage area under the highway, then tranquilized it to get it out.
It'll be tagged with a GPS, and released in a more bear-friendly part of the state.
The San Diego zoo is welcoming a baby condor.
People around the world were able to witness the chick hatch live via webcam.
The zoo wants biology buffs to keep an eye on the condor cam, to see the parents feed, groom and play with the chick.
For the next five to six months, people are going to see what no one has seen before, other than biologists studying this species.
The zoo is taking suggestions for a name on facebook and twitter
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