During today's Dish Network event, CEO Joseph Clayton used a live kangaroo to introduce the company's new Hopper DVR system. The little guy didn't freak out when everyone started taking pictures. But he didn't look happy either.
How far must we go for art? Judging by the work of taxidermist/artist Enrique Gomez de Molina, holy crap very far. For using a hodgepodge of endangered animals for his work, homeboy is facing five years in jail. Beat that, Picasso!
Of all the times you've played fetch, it's doubtful you've ever empathised with that poor stick. Today, that changes. One enterprising canine owner mounted a Go Pro cam to a stick, and now the world knows. It's cute and frightening!
You thought the war dog craze of '11 was over, didn't you? Surprise! KitUp's got a nice little look at soldiers in Afghanistan, and the strategic strays they befriend. This video contains both puppies and a SAW machine gun.
Over in the States -- Ohio, to be exact -- a town has been shut down because exotic wild animals, such as bears, tigers, lions, cheetahs, wolves and other wildlife are running amok. Police have been hunting down these animals throughout the night and have killed about 30 out of the 48 animals on the loose.
As if the Tyrannosaurus Rex wasn't big and scary and sharp toothy enough, scientists are now saying that they're EVEN BIGGER. Using 3D laser scans, scientists virtually weighed T-Rexes and found that those badass beasts weighed in 30 per cent heavier than expected.
If you have a cat, $23 and get easily amused, you should grab the Cat Scratch Turntable—a fake turntable with a rotating scratching pad that sadly can't be connected to your iPod. [Suck UK via Oh Gizmo! via Wired]
Where does one secure the very best bacon? The supermarket? Shut up, rookie! You secure it from the heroic pig that survived for more than a month buried beneath the rubble of China's horrific Sichuan earthquake.