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    A bald eagle decided to give its wings a rest to fly the friendly skies like the rest of us, as it surprised TSA agents at Charlotte Douglas International Airport.  Clark, a 19-year-old bald eagle with the World Bird Sanctuary, got in line with his handlers earlier this week to go through a checkpoint in North Carolina, as seen via Twitter.  The TSA's official account for airports in the region even remarked on his appearance. They wrote: 'TSA officers are used to seeing an eagle on their uniform as they look over their shoulder, but I’m sure the team at @CLTAirport Checkpoint A did a double take when they saw a real one earlier this week.  'Our special guest was Clark the Eagle with the World Bird Sanctuary, who decided to give his wings a break and fly commercial. His airline notified us and we screened him and his handler. Clark is trained to spread his wings, and even showed off a bit during screening.' A bald eagle decided to give its wings a rest to fly the friendly skies...
    Scientists unearthed a unique trove of artifacts from the Norwegian mountains that includes a preserved arrow shaft, a mummified bird and a Bronze age shoe. The finds were buried in ice patches, which tend to be relatively stable and therefore create ideal conditions for preserving organic material. 'Objects and remains of animals and human activity have been found that we didn’t even know existed,' said Birgitte Skar, an archaeologist and associate professor at the NTNU University Museum. Scroll down for video  'Objects and remains of animals and human activity have been found that we didn’t even know existed,' said Birgitte Skar, an archaeologist and associate professor at the NTNU University Museum, in a statement. Pictured above is the ancient shoe 'They include everything from horse tack and clothing to arrows with tips made of shells, wooden shafts and feathers.  'Not a year goes by without surprising finds that shift the boundaries of our understanding.' The shoe is 11 inches long and was found virtually intact.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Burial mound of 'Bluetooth' the...
    CHICAGO -- A necropsy on a beloved, endangered shorebird in Chicago named Monty the Piping Plover shows he died of a respiratory infection, experts said Tuesday.The video featured is from a previous report.The Lincoln Park Zoo said it partnered with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the University of Illinois Zoological Pathology Program to determine the bird's cause of death. Lincoln Park Zoo, in partnership with @USFWS and @UniversityofIl Zoological Pathology Program, conducted a necropsy of Monty the piping plover to determine cause of death. ???? pic.twitter.com/k8GJx1jJde— Lincoln Park Zoo (@lincolnparkzoo) May 31, 2022The severe fungal respiratory infection included a laryngitis that restricted Monty's airway, the zoo announced.RELATED: Imani, Monty and Rose piping plover chick, spotted at Montrose BeachAdditional testing is being conducted to identify the fungus but it is suspected of being environmental in origin, the zoo said.Further testing concluded Monty did not show any signs of high pathogenic avian influenza, also known as bird flu, that has been spreading in several states, the zoo said.SEE ALSO | Illinois residents urged to take down bird feeders, bird bathsMonty...
    A family day out should be a relaxing affair.  But for those who dare to indulge in seaside treats, danger lurks around every corner.  Rarely is the moment a pesky seagull swoops to steal a bite of food captured on camera.  The offending seagull was caught in the act of stealing the ice cream from Louise while she was stood on Llandudno pier RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Firefighters, RSPCA inspector and vet are all called in to... Cedric the seagull's reign of terror over family: Bird is... Share this article Share But this bird was caught in the act as it dropped in on a mother enjoying a mint chocolate chip ice cream on the 19th-century pier in Llandudno, North Wales.  Cradling her baby, she appeared unaware of the seagull stealing a bite.  Sharing the picture of her cousin Louise, Welsh BBC presenter Alex Humphreys said: 'Learning the hard way why you should never eat an ice cream on Llandudno prom!'
    A PICTURE of a stunning view in the Highlands of Scotland has been turned into a tricky brainteaser. Laurence Debailleul, from Belgium, was climbing Ben Wyvis in North Inverness when she snapped a photo of the beautiful mountainside. 3On first impressions, the image shows a series of rocks situated in the Highlands of ScotlandCredit: Caters News Agency 3Laurence Debailleul snapped the puzzling picture while climbing in the Scottish HighlandsCredit: Caters News Agency She later realised she'd captured an unexpected photobomber who was camouflaged amongst the surroundings. At first glance, it appears as if there's a series of rocks scattered across the hillside. But at a closer look, a bird is seen at the bottom left of the image. Viewers who can locate the bird in under a minute might have an advantage over their peers who cannot. The picture first appeared online in 2016 but has resurfaced again among a new audience of optical illusion fans. Laurence, 51, said: "I first heard the noise of the birds but struggled to spot them – then...
    A SHOCKING video shows the mysterious moment a huge flock of birds suddenly dropped from the sky leaving dozens dead. The bizarre moment was caught on security footage in the northern Mexican city of Cuauhtémoc early in the morning of February 7. 3The flock of blackbirds crashed to the ground suddenlyCredit: Storyful 3Bodies of the birds were left on the street and sidewalkCredit: Storyful The reason behind the mysterious fall remains unclear as some experts claim it was another predatory bird while others claim it was air pollution. The flock contained yellow-headed blackbirds which migrate to Mexico from the US and Canada. Residents came across dozens of the birds dead on the sidewalks and streets and called the authorities, according to Fox News. Alejandra Herlinda Iglesias Gonzalez told Storyful that two of her relatives had witnessed the flock collide with the street suddenly. When police were called, they found the moment on the family's security camera footage. The moments leading up to the flock dramatically plunging toward the ground can not be seen....
    This is the moment a pet raven showed off just how smart he is by carrying out tasks on command, including retrieving his owner's glove from a tree, landing on his shoulder and giving him a 'kiss' with his beak. The intelligent 20-month-old bird performs some impressive tricks a video filmed by Alexander Sergeevich in Lysva, Perm Krai, Russia, on December 28. According to his owner, Gosha the raven can answer up to '30 commands'. In the clip Mr Sergeevich, out with the bird in snow-covered scenery, first told his pet: 'Gosha, go to the stump.'  The raven obediently flew over and perched himself on the trunk. Mr Sergeevich's next command was 'give me snow', after which Gosha had put some into the owner's gloved hand using his beak. The intelligent raven Gosha performs some impressive tricks a video shared by Alexander Sergeevich in Lysva, Perm Krai, Russia taken on December 28 RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next A fox on a fridge, a lizard in a bra and a snake in a... Mama black bear and her three cubs...
    MAX the macaw shows off his 3D printed titanium robo-beak — after he lost his old one in a fight. Now the 20-year-old bird can eat solid food for the first time in two years — and bend his cage’s bars — thanks to surgeons who bolted the metal pecker to his old beak stump in a 90-minute op. 4Max the macaw shows off his 3D printed titanium robo-beak — after he lost his old one in a fightCredit: Newsflash Brit Trevor Glover, 75, who owns Max’s bird ­sanctuary home in Plettenburg Bay, South Africa, said: “When people hear the noise his titanium beak makes on the bars they are a little nervous of him. "I wouldn’t want to get a peck from that beak!” Most read in US NewsTOUCHING TRIBUTES Victim, 29, from Las Vegas dies in NFL star's tragic car crash accidentPLEA FOR HELP Dad of murdered woman wants Dog the Bounty Hunter's help after Laundrie linkFAMILY FEUD Bodybuilder, 29, 'shot millionaire parents at their mansion on Christmas Day'SEASON OF VIOLENCE At least 42 people shot dead over...
    No one was more excited to see an Eagles fan flip America off during the Fox broadcast of Philadelphia and the Washington Football Team Tuesday night than Eli Manning. pic.twitter.com/oERwi7qYEQ — alex (@highlghtheaven) December 22, 2021 In September, the former New York Giants quarterback told a story on ESPN’s Manningcast about once being welcomed to a road game in Philly by a 9-year-old Eagles fan flashing him two middle fingers. Manning proceeded to reenact the moment on ESPN2, flipping America off with the double bird salute. “Can we do that? I think you can blur that out, right?” Manning said at the time. But it wasn’t blurred out, we all saw it on the family friendly network owned by Disney. Manning laughed about the NSFW moment at the time, but three complaints were made to the FCC over the incident. Tuesday night, as Fox cameras panned the crowd during the fourth quarter of Philly’s matchup with Washington, there was an Eagles fan who flashed two middle fingers, giving America the double bird salute and vindicating Manning’s story. “I...
    HUNTINGTON STATION, Long Island (WABC) -- An owl was rescued after it became tangled in sports netting at a high school on Long Island.According to a press release, a jogger noticed the bird was caught in a net on the baseball field at Walt Whitman High School in Huntington Station.Two South Huntington School District groundskeepers, Blaise Addeo and Brian Faller, covered the owl with a cloth and set about untangling its claws from the netting.The bird, which officials suspect spent all night and most of the next day caught in the net, appeared exhausted and did not put up a fight.Once freed, the owl flew away.In the video, the groundskeepers can be seen attempting to keep the bird calm while being careful not to injure it.They were commended for their humane handling of the situation."They didn't have to go and approach that bird... the video shows how compassionate my guys are and how much they care," head of grounds for South Huntington Kevin O'Shaughnessy said.----------* More Long Island news* Send us a news tip* Download the abc7NY app for breaking...
    A viral video that shows a live turkey watching one being cooked for Thanksgiving has sparked a major debate between viewers - with some calling it 'pure evil.' The clip, which was shared on TikTok by a user that goes by @our10acres, has gained more than 40 million views since it was posted on Thursday, November 25. In it, a live turkey could be seen eyeing one that was being baked in the oven, before turning and looking towards the camera. 'Whatcha doing bub?' the woman, who was filming the bird, could be heard saying. 'It's OK, you don't know him.'  Scroll down for video   A viral video that showed a live turkey watching one being cooked for Thanksgiving has sparked a major debate between viewers - with some calling it 'pure evil' The clip, which was posted to TikTok by a user that goes by @our10acres, has gained more than 40 million views since it was posted on Thursday, November 25 In it, a live turkey could be seen eyeing one that was being baked in the oven, while...
    Milford, MAINE -- A plump squirrel's attempt to get his next meal from a bird feeder did not go according to plan.This video was recorded in Milford, Maine from a couple frequently visited by squirrels.As you can see in the video, this squirrel gets so close, but ends up sliding all the way down the bird feeder... multiple times.The couple says this squirrel is by far the chubbiest they have encountered.VIDEO: New York City squirrel enjoys egg roll snackEMBED More News Videos No one knows how she obtained that egg roll, but some mysteries are better left unsolved.
    Crown Media The When Calls the Heart creator recently called out fans for being divisive. Hallmark fans were divided about the news that the “When Calls the Heart” spinoff, “When Hope Calls,” was moving to a different network for season 2 and bringing Lori Loughlin back to the “Hearties” universe. Brian Bird, who is executive producing both series, called out fans for being divisive in a series of social media posts.He Said Fans Can ‘End Their Divisiveness Any Hour of Any Day’Both “When Calls the Heart” and “When Hope Calls” have been experiencing division from fans in the past year. First, fans had divided firmly into Team Lucas and Team Nathan groups while watching “When Calls the Heart,” and when Elizabeth finally made her choice at the end of season 8, part of the fan base threatened to quit watching the show. At the time, Bird (who is co-creator of both shows) explained in detail why Elizabeth made the choice she did. He said he knew the choice was riskier, but it was the best choice for the...
    ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. -- A new video shows the moment passengers in Atlantic City, New Jersey had to escape a plane that caught fire on Saturday.It happened around 6 p.m. as a Spirit Airlines plane was departing for Fort Lauderdale, Florida.As it was accelerating for takeoff, Spirit Airlines said a bird flew into the plane's engine. The pilot was able to stop the plane safely despite the engine catching fire.SEE ALSO: Passengers forced to evacuate after plane catches fire at Atlantic City International AirportEMBED More News Videos A Spirit Airlines flight taking off at Atlantic City International Airport had to be emergency evacuated due to a fire caused by a bird strike Saturday evening. Video showed passengers sliding down the emergency exit to get to safety.RELATED: Video shows small plane clip light pole, crash onto Texas highwayEMBED More News VideosThe pilot was not seriously hurt in the incident that was caught on camera in the Chambers County town. A total of 102 passengers and seven crew members were on board at the time. Two people suffered minor injuries, officials...
    AN UNNERVING video of a bird mimicking the cry of a human baby has been revealed by an Australian Zoo. The creature is called a 'superb lyrebird', an animal known for its ability to accurately mimic the sounds of its surroundings. Taronga Zoo in Sydney tweeted the bizarre video. It captioned it: "Bet you weren't expecting this wake-up call! "You're not hearing things, our resident lyrebird Echo has the AMAZING ability to replicate a variety of calls - including a baby's cry!" Echo is a seven year old superb lyrebird. According to The Guardian, Echo first started crying like a human baby a year ago. Most read in NewsHORROR FLIGHT Four dead after small plane crashes into Connecticut building'LEFT TO DIE' Twin baby boys found dead in 134F car outside daycare 'abandoned for 9 hours'STORM TRAGEDY NY father & son, 2, and CT cop named among 58 Ida flood victims in northeast'CORRUPT' CASE Ahmaud Arbery ex-prosecutor indicted for 'SHIELDING' black jogger's killersRevealedMUST MASK UP Trump sends son Barron to school that wants kids to wear masks in classGRUESOME 'MURDER' Man...
    Birds are less easily fooled by sleight-of-hand magic tricks than humans, a new study into avian perception reveals.   Researchers at the University of Cambridge performed three variations of magic tricks on six Eurasian jays (Garrulus glandarius), as well as 80 human volunteers. Overall, the bird species was better able to suss two of the three tricks than humans were, the experts found – although humans and jays performed about the same on the third trick.  Until this study, little had been known about how non-human animals perceive 'intricate techniques of deception' involved in magic tricks, the authors say.  They believe studying animal reactions to tricks can unlock secrets about how their brains function.   Scroll down for video  THE THREE TRICKS - Palming: Involves hiding an object in the palm while pretending the hand is empty.  - The French drop: Involves pretending to pass something from one palm to the other, without actually moving the object.  - The fast pass: Involves moving an object between your hands so quickly it’s not witnessed.   The study has been led by Elias Garcia-Pelegrin, a magician and cognitive...
    New York : https://t.co/FjsQHbTbom – AAARPGodess (@AAARPGodess) March 25, 2021 Bad moods, neurosis, and stress aren’t the only defining characteristics of New Yorkers. An old man has just given a show of calm and courage that, fortunately, was recorded in a video. The unidentified gray-haired man climbed on a flimsy ladder and tried his best to try to save your beloved pet parrot on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, before the FDNY came to the aid. Footage shot late in the afternoon on March 22 shows the intrepid retiree climbing a ladder to catch up with the feathered fugitive, who immediately flew off before the vet’s visit. The mischievous bird is then seen perched on his arm, delighting the rapt onlookers below. But the momentary victory fades when the colorful parrot flies away seconds later. Fortunately Responding firefighters caught up with the bird at 87th Street and Columbus Avenue, using a net tied to a long pole to bring the sassy pet back into custody. Meanwhile, a woman at the scene told the assembled crowd not to...
    A brave elderly man went to incredible lengths to try and save his beloved pet parrot on the Upper West Side Monday, video shows — before the FDNY then came to the rescue. Footage shows the fearless retiree climbing a ladder to reach the feathered fugitive, which flew the coop ahead of a veterinarian visit. The mischievous bird is then seen perching itself on his arm, delighting engrossed onlookers below. But the momentary victory is dashed when the colorful parrot flies away just seconds later, the footage shows. “Oh, s–t,” one disheartened man at the scene says. Thankfully, responding firefighters then caught up with the bird at 87th Street and Columbus Avenue, where one used a net attached to a long pole to take the man’s daring pet back into custody. The FDNY saved an escaped parrot on the Upper West Side on March 22, 2021.@sbbaicker “Yeah, there you go!” a witness exclaims as the parrot frantically flaps its wings. “Grab him, grab him!” Meanwhile, another person at the scene tells the assembled crowd not to clap, worried that it...
    More On: animal rescue ‘I feel 10 times safer’: Dog stops traffic to save owner having seizure Goose with arrow through head rescued International pooch-rescue group to open first US shelter in Jersey City What the truck? Wild video shows daring, dangling rescue above gorge A brave elderly man went to incredible lengths to try and save his beloved pet parrot on the Upper West Side Monday, video shows — before the FDNY then came to the rescue. Footage shows the fearless retiree climbing a ladder to reach the feathered fugitive, which flew the coop ahead of a veterinarian visit. The mischievous bird is then seen perching itself on his arm, delighting engrossed onlookers below. But the momentary victory is dashed when the colorful parrot flies away just seconds later, the footage shows. “Oh, s–t,” one disheartened man at the scene says. Thankfully, responding firefighters then caught up with the bird at 87th Street and Columbus Avenue, where one used a net attached to a long pole to take the man’s daring pet back into custody. The FDNY saved...
    A beatboxing Brooklyn vet has discovered his hobby is the perfect way to relax a stressed-out pet cockatoo. Dwayne Caton filmed himself doing a beatbox routine as Simon the Goffin’s cockatoo bopped about on his arm. The hilarious footage shows the 30-year-old bird dancing and squawking while his owner demonstrates his verbal percussion skills.    Brooklyn vet Dwayne Caton, pictured with his cockatoo Simon, performed a beatbox duet with the 30-year-old bird who squawked and danced along with the music Simon moved his way up and down Mr Caton's hand while dancing and screeching to the beat Simon had come to the vet's clinic having started pulling out its own feathers.   Captive birds will pluck their own feathers due to boredom, loneliness, lack of exercise or even sexual frustration, say experts.  But dancing with Mr Caton seems to have a positive effect on the bird.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Bubble and sleep: Adorable moment hippo snores out bubbles... Moment thief on a bicycle snatches phone from man's hand -... ...
    This is the moment a bird stands completely still and baffles predators by blending in with its surroundings.  Footage shows the great potoo bird standing on a wooden fence post perfectly camouflaged into the material in Brazil.  The video, taken by Vanderlei Benites Scalabrim, shows the bird standing perfectly still with its beak in the air. Footage shows the great potoo bird standing on a wooden fence post perfectly camouflaged into the material in Brazil, before flying off and leaving an egg behind  The animal eventually leaps from the post and flies away, leaving a small egg perched on top.  On the screen, the words 'sometime later' appear in Portuguese, and the video then shows the hatched bird. The pair stand on the same wooden pillar together, keeping still and blending in with their surroundings.  On screen, it says: 'The chick is already big' as the young potoo has grown so much since the last clip.   RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Is it a WOODpecker? Bird is nearly impossible to spot as it......
    A wild video surfaced Tuesday showing a bird in Florida’s Lake Apopka devouring an alligator almost effortlessly. Yes, you read that correctly. The clip was shared on YouTube credited to FWC Fish and Wildlife Research Institute. It was noted by TooFAb.com.  (RELATED: Australian Fisherman Remains Impressively Calm While Great White Shark Bites Off Piece Of Boat) In the nearly one-minute long clip, we witness the Great Blue Heron searching around for something to eat in the wetlands and finding a baby alligator. In what appeared to be a matter of seconds, the bird swoops up the gator and swallowed him whole. (RELATED: 12-Foot Great White Shark Surprises Researcher When It Jumps Right Out Of The Water In ‘Wild’ Video) WATCH:   In the TooFab piece, video and pictures of the wild moment from a slightly different angle are credited to photographer, Shellie Gilliam, who works at the Florida Wildlife and Exotic Animal Sanctuary and Rehabilitation Center. “YES, A bird can eat an alligator!” Shellie wrote on FB. “This Savage Great Blue Heron spent a half hour killing and consuming...
    See ya later alligator. Wild Florida photos show a bird gobbling up a live gator in a jaw-dropping animal kingdom switcheroo that went viral Wednesday. The hungry heron turned the juvenile gator into a swamp-side snack — snapping it up the reptile with its pointy beak and swallowing it whole at Lake Apopka near Orlando, according to wildlife photographer Danny Gilliam. Shellie Gilliam Shellie Gilliam Shellie Gilliam Shellie Gilliam Shellie Gilliam Shellie Gilliam Shellie Gilliam Ad Up Next Close Eagles coach begins damage control for ‘exceptional’ Carson Wentz The Eagles have a massive mess on their hands with... 7 View Slideshow Back Continue Share this: Facebook Twitter Flipboard WhatsApp Email Copy December 9, 2020 “Crazy sequence while out and about Lake Apopka Florida. Great Blue Heron eating a large juvenile alligator,” said Gilliam, who posted the photo series on his Facebook page. Images  of the bird’s brutal breakfast raked in more 87,000 shares — and plenty of fans Wednesday. “What good fortune to witness this ruggedly beautiful meal,” one observer wrote. Another added, “Holy...
    Mother Nature must be a horror fan. A wild new photo shows the gruesome moment a snake eel burst through the stomach of a heron midair — a scene that looks fit for the movie “Alien.” The one-in-a-million shot, snapped by amateur photographer Sam Davis in Delaware, shows the eel dangling from the bird’s gut as it nonchalantly soars onward, Live Science reports. “The heron didn’t seem to act much differently,” Davis, 58, of Maryland, told the outlet. “It was in the water and flying around.” Several eagles and a fox were later spotted following the bird near a shoreline — possibly to scavenge dinner in case either critter croaked, Davis said. Snake eels can perform daring escapes by slicing open their predator’s stomach with the pointed tip of their tails, which are generally used for digging. But experts called the gutsy move strange in the avian world. “I would think this is either very rare or very rarely seen in a bird species, at least as far as I am aware,” John Pogonoski, an ichthyologist with the Australian National...
    Going deeper on the battle for Hispanic voters Coach Eddie Cha: Korean Zombie will learn from Brian Ortega loss; spinning elbow was game changer Great British Baking Shows Noel Fielding Welcomes Second Child with Wife Lliana Bird A new potential Great British Baker has arrived! © Provided by People Dave Benett/Getty Images Lliana Bird, Noel Fielding Great British Baking Show host Noel Fielding has welcomed his second child with wife Lliana Bird, the radio DJ confirmed on Instagram Thursday. Bird, 39, shared a photo of some Halloween decorations: four homemade spiders to represent each member of their recently-expanded family. "The Bird Fielding family of ???? x x (finally figured out what to do with all my old mic covers!) #halloweencrafts," Bird captioned the post. In response to a fan who commented asking which spider represented which family member, Bird answered, "noel is pink, dali is orange, i’m grey and iggy is red ????????" Bird and Fielding, 47, are already parents to daughter Dali, who they welcomed in 2018. © Provided by People Lliana Bird/instagram Lliana Bird's Instagram © Provided by...
    A penguin has been found dead on a Brazilian beach after swallowing a whole face mask.  The N95 mask, used in industry and healthcare during the coronavirus pandemic, was found during an autopsy on the bird after its body was found on Juquehy Beach in Sao Sebastian, north of Sao Paulo. The animal was a Magellanic penguin thought to have become lost from the rest of its group after migrating from Argentina's southern Patagonian region. A penguin (pictured) has died on a Brazilian beach after swallowing a whole black N95 face mask  Distressing pictures of the face covering in the bird's stomach, taken by animal experts who practiced the necropsy, were released on Monday. It is believed to have been discovered on September 9. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Italians overwhelmingly vote to cut the number of MPs by a... Dramatic moment massive tidal wave sweeps away vehicles as... Share this article Share Hugo Gallo Neto, President of NGO Instituto Argonauta which carried out the examination, told local press: 'We have...
    A new report has found that the United States bird populations continue to decline, and pesticides are part of the reason. The study shows that neonicotinoid insecticides are linked to reductions in bird diversity, specifically between 2008 and 2014. The use of neonicotinoid insecticides is linked to a reduction of grassland and insectivorous birds, a 4% and 3% decline respectively for each type. Because the pesticides cling to the stalk, nectar, and pollen of plants, multiple food types are impacted. To make matters worse, the Trump administration recently rolled back restrictions on neonicotinoids and added a new type of neonicotinoids for use in 2019. Over half of counties in the United States lost 10% of grassland birds to neonicotinoid use between 2008 and 2014. More broadly, the United States and Canada have lost 29% of birds since 1970 due to climate change, habitat loss, and other factors. Learn more about the dangerous pesticide in this video: Scientists are concerned about the impact on entire ecosystems that depend on birds. Madhu Khanna, a study co-author and associate director of...
    Instagram model Anllela Sagra recently shared a series of cheeky shots with her 11.8 million followers. The update, which was posted on Monday, August 31, showed the celebrity in a pair of denim cutoffs that proudly highlighted her pert derriere. However, the last snap revealed a further cheeky angle as she flipped the bird at her intended audience. Adding three photos to her official social media account, Anllela showed off her enviable buns while wearing denim Daisy Dukes. With the edge slightly rolled up, her buns were prominently on display as she posed with her back toward the camera. Anllela paired the shorts with a strapless blue gingham crop top. Her dark locks were parted in the middle and pulled back into two buns situated high on either side of her head. She completed the look with plenty of chunky gold jewelry, including several bracelets and earrings as well as a necklace that featured a long chain hanging down her back. In the first shot, Anllela looked over her shoulder and pinched at her bottom lip with her thumb and...
    Some of Netflix’s original TV shows and movies, including the Oscar-nominated Two Popes and horror thriller Bird Box, are now available to watch for free without a subscription, Gadgets360 reports. The free content, which also includes the first episode of Stranger Things, can be found here, and is available globally. Netflix confirmed the promotion in a statement given to Gadgets360. “We’re looking at different marketing promotions to attract new members and give them a great Netflix experience,” a spokesperson said. The free content includes a selection of films that can be watched in their entirety, but for TV shows only the first episodes are available. Here’s a full list of the TV shows and films available to watch for free: Stranger Things Murder Mystery Elite The Boss Baby: Back in Business Bird Box When they See Us Love is Blind The Two Popes Our Planet Grace and Frankie A support page for the freebies notes that the content is available to watch through web browsers on computers or Android devices, but that iOS browsers are not supported. This...
    A determined pigeon stood his ground on the wing of a plane as the aircraft sped up for a 177mph takeoff. A plane was getting ready to take off in London when a passenger noticed a brave pigeon sitting on top of the plane's engine. Footage of the daring moment shows the insistent bird digging his heels in and refusing to move from the wing as the aircraft picks up speed. A brave pigeon clung onto the wing of a plane during a 177mph takeoff from London, digging his heels in as the strong winds threatened to push him off the aircraft The tiny pigeon stood calmly on the wing, much to the shock of the passenger, widening his stance to stop himself from being thrown from the wing. The determined bird pushes against the strong winds as the plane speeds up for the 177mph takeoff. But the pigeon does not manage to hitch a ride with the plane, as he flies backwards when the wind gets the better of him. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    Hanh Nguyen July 15, 2020 11:30PM (UTC) Disney+. Apple TV+. Quibi. HBO Max. And now . . . Peacock?! Yep, in the ongoing Streaming Wars, a new challenger has appeared July 15 with the most colorful plumage of all. Whether this will give it a poultry leg up on the competition remains to be seen, but at least it boasts a name that is already part of the English language.  : Everyone can access Peacock, judging by its proud claim that "It's free as a bird," but there are caveats of course. Salon is here to break down the cost, which movies and TV shows are on it, and most importantly, how to watch.  How much does Peacock cost? Peacock (basic): Free. For real! Sign up now. But this is only for the basic tier, which gets you ads and about 13,000 hours of programming, but doesn't get you the best stuff. With Hulu having left the free-tier zone, Peacock smartly follows that model and takes its place.  : Peacock Premium: $4.99/month - This tier gets you 20,000 hours of content, including the...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City A New York woman is facing charges after a viral video her calling police to say she felt threatened by a Black man who asked her politely to leash her dog in Central Park in May. The Manhattan District Attorney’s office issued a desk appearance ticket for Amy Cooper, 41, for falsely reporting an incident in the third degree after she was filmed making a false report on Christian Cooper (no relation), who was bird watching in the park when he asked Amy to leash her dog. She is scheduled to be arraigned on Oct. 14, 2020. “Today our Office initiated a prosecution of Amy Cooper for Falsely Reporting an Incident in the Third Degree. Our office will provide the public with additional information as the case proceeds,” said Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance, Jr. “At this time I would like to encourage anyone who has been the target of false reporting to contact our Office. We are strongly committed to...
    MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. -- There's been a video circulating on social media showing what users are saying is a bird carrying a shark through the sky over Myrtle Beach.But is that what really happened?While the sea creature might be large, Ed Piotrowski, chief meteorologist with local media outlet WPDE, said it's actually a large Spanish mackerel being carried by an osprey.Footage shot by Tennessee native Ashley White from the 17th floor of an apartment building where she was staying on vacation shows the fish wriggling around trying to escape capture as the bird carries it high above the beach.The bird had grabbed the fish with its talons on June 22.Osprey birds are, according to the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, "locally known as fish hawks or fish eagles."
    STUNNING video footage shows a bird of prey swoop down into the ocean and fly away over a popular tourist spot - with what appears to be a small shark. The clip was captured in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and shows a huge bird carrying the large fish while it wiggles away in its talons. 1 Onlookers were in awe at the giant bird and what looked like a shark Onlookers were in awe as they tried to make out what exactly was flying above their heads. The video was captured by a vacationer named Ashley White, according to The Daily Mail, and shared to the Tracking Sharks Twitter, where thousands of users tried to identify both the bird and the fish. Many users suggested that the bird was an osprey, a type of fish-eating bird that is sometimes referred to as a sea hawk, river hark or fish hawk. Others joked that the massive animal looked more like a pterodactyl. MOST READ IN NEWSHORROR DEATHSFamily of 26-day twins ‘ripped apart’ by jealous pet Labrador break silence‘BACK THE F**K UP’'Karen’...
    Onlookers on Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, were stunned by the site of a giant bird swooping over the sands and carrying away a large fish.  Footage shot by Tennessee native Ashley White from the 17th floor of an apartment building where she was staying on vacation shows the fish still wriggling around trying to escape on June 22.  The video was shared by Tracking Sharks on Twitter, where it sparked debate over what type of bird it is and whether or not it was carrying a shark.  Onlookers on Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, were stunned by the site of a giant bird swooping overhead carrying away a fish RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next What lies beneath: Incredible pictures show a giant 2.7m... Amazing video shows shark leap out of water in effort to eat... Share this article Share Many users argued that the large bird is an osprey while others joked about it being a pterodactyl. Other social media users thought it might be a condor or an eagle.  One social...
    A seabird was just inches away from becoming dinner after being attacked by a giant shark that leapt out of the water. The bird was sitting on the water's surface off Port Lincoln in South Australia on Thursday when a shark lurking below decided to take a bite. The beast jumped out of the water but missed the bird who remarkably came off unscathed and flew away. Onlookers who were on a shark watching tour in the area were lucky enough to witness the amazing sight.  A sea bird having a swim off Port Lincoln near Neptune Island has had a close call with a shark. https://t.co/8ftPfFYTVQ #7NEWS pic.twitter.com/j7Skvj1xOt— 7NEWS Adelaide (@7NewsAdelaide) June 25, 2020 RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next How son and his girlfriend desperately performed CPR on his... Dramatic rescue to save humpback whale and her calf trapped... Share this article Share The Neptune Islands off Port Lincoln are well known for teaming with great white sharks. A massive  4.8m great white is regularly spotted in the area by local...
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