Deer crashes through window into Michigan store

Deer crashes through window into Michigan store

 Deer crashes through window into Michigan store

Police in Michigan said a deer that apparently "wanted to beat the Black Friday madness" crashed through the window of a wilderness decor store.



The Walker Police Department said in a Facebook post that "Rudolph couldn't wait for Christmas" and crashed through the window of the Wilderness Expressions store "to do a little holiday shopping."


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o beat the Black Friday madness," the post said.


Officers arrived at the store and found the animal appropriately wandering in the "deer decor" section of the business.


Police coaxed the deer back outside the store, and the animal was last seen heading into the nearby woods.

Cat missing for three months turns up over 200 miles from home

Cat missing for three months turns up over 200 miles from home

 Cat missing for three months turns up over 200 miles from home

A New York animal shelter said a cat brought in as a stray was scanned for a microchip and found to have gone missing three months earlier from a Pennsylvania home 200 miles away.



The Montgomery County SPCA said in a Facebook post that a cat was brought into the shelter by a Fort Plain resident who had spotted the feline wandering loose through their neighborhood for multiple days.

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Dex's owners told the shelter he had been missing since early August and they have no idea how he managed to travel so far away from home.


"Dex's story shows the importance of microchipping pets," the shelter said.

Australia gardener's tree grows five different species of fruit

Australia gardener's tree grows five different species of fruit

 Australia gardener's tree grows five different species of fruit

 An Australia gardener earned a Guinness World Record when he successfully grafted five different types of fruit onto a single tree.

Australia gardener's tree grows five different species of fruit
Australia gardener's tree grows five different species of fruit


Hussam Saraf of Shepparton, Victoria, said he actually grafted 10 different fruits onto the tree in his back yard, but Guinness World Records told him not all of them counted as different types.

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Saraf's tree bears white and yellow nectarines, white and yellow peaches, blood and yellow plums, peachcots, apricots, almonds and cherries.


"They told me my application was rejected, because they needed five different species, not varieties," Saraf told Guardian Australia.


Guinness initially told Saraf he had merely tied the record of five fruits, which was set by Luis H. Carrasco of Chile, but a further review found two of Carrasco's fruits -- peaches and nectarines -- only counted as a single species, reducing his number to four and giving the new record to Saraf.


"Sometimes you just need to have a conversation," Saraf said.


Saraf told Guinness his tree is meant to symbolize "peaceful coexistence" and serve as an example of how to live together with respect and acceptance in a diverse society.

Minnesota police called to break up bald eagle street fight

Minnesota police called to break up bald eagle street fight

 Minnesota police called to break up bald eagle street fight

A Minnesota police officer was summoned to break up an unusual street fight when two bald eagles were found "stuck together" in the middle of a road.



The city of Plymouth said in a Facebook post that Officer Mitch Martinson responded to a neighborhood on "a report of two bald eagles stuck together on a Plymouth roadway."

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Martinson said being called to break up a street fight between two eagles was a first for him.


"We do have de-escalation tactics, but I've never applied them to eagles or other animals," Martinson told WCCO-TV.


The officer consulted with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and the Raptor Center, which told him the eagles were likely in a dispute over territory.


Martinson said he was attempting to cover the birds' heads to calm them down when they decided to flee the scene.


"The eagles started going at it again and the next thing you knew, they were flying away," Martinson said.

Man catches 49 apples in teeth in one minute for world record

Man catches 49 apples in teeth in one minute for world record

 Man catches 49 apples in teeth in one minute for world record

 An Idaho man who broke a Guinness World Record by catching 49 apples with his teeth in one minute said the attempt was a surprisingly bloody affair.

Man catches 49 apples in teeth in one minute for world recordMan catches 49 apples in teeth in one minute for world record


David Rush, who has broken more than 200 Guinness records to promote STEM education, said the apples were thrown from 15 feet away by frequent collaborator Jonathan Hannon.

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Rush said being struck in the face by wayward apples, even the small apples he was using for the record, turned out to be a painful experience, as it would lead to his teeth making cuts on the inside of his lips and cheeks.


Rush said the record involved more bleeding than the vast majority of his previous records.


He ended up catching 49 apples in one minute, beating the previous record of 47.

Curious parrot investigates highway traffic camera

Curious parrot investigates highway traffic camera

 Curious parrot investigates highway traffic camera

Workers with a Brazilian highway management company received a surprise when a curious Amazon parrot flew up to investigate a traffic camera.



Footage posted to Twitter by highway management company Arteris Planalto Sul shows the parrot's head blocking the view of the highway near Curitiba as it investigates the traffic camera.

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"We received a special visit," the post said.


Environmental authorities confirmed the bird was an Amazon parrot, a species listed as endangered in Brazil and Bolivia.

Moose crashes through window into Saskatchewan classroom

Moose crashes through window into Saskatchewan classroom

 Moose crashes through window into Saskatchewan classroom

A school in Saskatchewan, Canada, experienced an unusual interruption when a moose ran through a large glass window and crashed into a classroom.



Witness Jayme Melnyk said she was dropping her 2-year-old son off at his daycare, which is attached to Sylvia Fedoruk School in Saskatoon, when the moose crashed into a classroom just across the hall.

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The school said a before-school program was just wrapping up in the room at the time of the moose's Thursday morning entrance, and the students were safely ushered out of the room as the dazed animal slumped to the ground.


Saskatoon Public Schools said one child sustained minor injuries that did not require medical attention.


The moose was tranquilized by authorities and relocated to outside the city.


Officials said the rest of the school day continued as normal.