Alligator caught trying to break into community pool in North Carolina

Alligator caught trying to break into community pool in North Carolina

 Alligator caught trying to break into community pool in North Carolina


Police in North Carolina said they were called to a neighborhood to eject an alligator found trying to gain access to a community pool.

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The Sunset Beach Police Department said in a Facebook post that officers were dispatched to the Oyster Bay Drive area of the city on a report of an alligator trying to get into the community pool.


Officers arrived on the scene to find the reptile had broken through the porch lattice at the pool's reservation office.


The alligator was escorted to a nearby pond.

Man reels in 13-foot hammerhead shark from North Carolina beach

Man reels in 13-foot hammerhead shark from North Carolina beach

 Man reels in 13-foot hammerhead shark from North Carolina beach

A North Carolina man fishing from a beach said he was shocked to reel in a hammerhead shark measuring more than 13 feet long.



Blake Cochran said he and his friends were fishing for sharks and red drums at North Topsail Beach when he felt something large on his line.

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"I knew it was something big," Cochran told WSOC-TV. "The biggest shark I've caught up to this point was like 4 feet, and this one, when I pulled it in, it was insane."


He said the pull on his line felt "like being hooked to a car."


Cochran ended up reeling in a 13-foot, 6-inch hammerhead shark that he estimated to weigh 500-700 pounds. He posted a photo of his catch to Facebook.


"He was pretty heavy," Cochran said. "It takes two to three people. You wade out to your neck and revive them and then let them go."

Spanish researchers free massive sunfish from tuna nets

Spanish researchers free massive sunfish from tuna nets

 Spanish researchers free massive sunfish from tuna nets

Spanish researchers shared video of a massive sunfish rescued from tuna nets that weighed at least 2,200 pounds -- and might weigh nearly twice that.

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Researchers with the Estrecho Marine Biology Station of the University of Seville said the sunfish was found entangled in tuna nets Oct. 14 off the coast of Ceuta and it took two cranes to lift the fish out of the water to be freed from its predicament.

The researchers said they attempted to weigh the fish, but their scale topped out at 2,200 pounds. They estimated the sunfish, the largest species of bony fish in the world, could weigh up to 4,000.


The sunfish, which measured 10.5 feet long and 9.5 feet wide, is believed to be the largest ever found in the region, the researchers said.


The sunfish was returned to the water and set free.

Bear wanders into house, breaks computer monitor

Bear wanders into house, breaks computer monitor

Bear wanders into house, breaks computer monitor

 An Alberta man captured photos when a bear wandered into his family's home and made a mess of his son's gaming computer.



Sean Reddy said the bear encounter at his Fort McMurray-area home began when his dogs cornered the bear in the family's garage.

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Reddy said he got his dogs to safety and the bear was gone when he checked the garage, leading him to assume the animal had left the area.


The father said he soon discovered he was wrong when his 10-year-old son reported hearing scratching sounds inside the house. The bear had climbed in through a window and Reddy saw the animal cross a hallway into his son's bedroom.


Reddy posted photos to Facebook showing the bear investigating his son's computer.


The resident enlisted the help of a neighbor to use a bookshelf and other furniture to create a barricade before reopening the bedroom door to allow the bear to leave through the same window it used to enter the home.


Reddy said the damage to the house was minimal, but the bear smashed his son's computer monitor and ate some cereal that had been left out.


 

Alberta Fish and Wildlife officials said they set up a trap outside Reddy's home, but the bear has yet to return to the scene of the break-in.

Tiny crack disqualifies pumpkin thought to be largest in U.S.

Tiny crack disqualifies pumpkin thought to be largest in U.S.

 Tiny crack disqualifies pumpkin thought to be largest in U.S

A Wisconsin farmer grew a 2,520-pound pumpkin believed to be the heaviest grown in the country this year, but it was disqualified from competition due to a crack.



Mike Schmit of Markesan said he has been growing giant pumpkins for years, but this year marked the first time one of his gourds surpassed 2,500 pounds.

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Schmit's 2,520-pound pumpkin is believed to be the largest grown in the United States this year, but it was disqualified from competition due to a fingernail-sized crack in the vegetable's exterior.


The grower said the crack is believed to be a result of internal pressure from the pumpkin's large size and the awkward way it was growing


The pumpkin could have earned Schmit a $22,680 prize from 2021 Safeway World Championship Pumpkin Weigh-Off in California, which offers a $9-per-pound prize to the winner.


Schmit said he is now looking toward the future.


"It happens. There's no crying in pumpkin growing," Schmit told WTMJ-TV. "I know I can do it again, so we just gotta look forward to the future."


The all-time record for a pumpkin grown in the United States was set in 2018 by Steve Geddes of Boscawen, N.H., whose pumpkin tipped the scales at 2,528 pounds.

Reptile rescuer finds nearly 100 rattlesnakes under California home

Reptile rescuer finds nearly 100 rattlesnakes under California home

 Reptile rescuer finds nearly 100 rattlesnakes under California home


An animal rescuer responding to a California home where snakes were spotted under the house said he ended up rounding up nearly 100 rattlesnakes.

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Al Wolf of Sonoma County Reptile Rescue said he responded to a North Bay home where a resident spotted a snake slithering under the building, and he looked under the house to discover dozens of rattlesnakes taking shelter.


"It took about three hours, but I found a total of 92 rattlesnakes under that house, I was tickled pink, I wish that happened everyday to me," Wolf told WABC-TV.


Wolf posted photos of the snakes he removed from under the house to Facebook.


The reptile rescuer said it's unusual to find so many rattlesnakes in one place, and the recent drought is likely to blame.


"The drought will cause them to go to areas where there's water, looking for lizards and rodents," he said.

Kentucky store earns Guinness record for world's largest pocket knife

Kentucky store earns Guinness record for world's largest pocket knife

 Kentucky store earns Guinness record for world's largest pocket knife


 A 34-foot, 6-inch folding knife created in Kentucky was certified by Guinness World Records as the world's largest pocket knife.

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The knife, installed outside Red Hill Cutlery in Radcliff, the home of the Kentucky Museum of American Pocket Knives, was confirmed as the world's largest pocket knife by Guinness, and a ceremony was held Wednesday to commemorate the achievement.


Jason Basham, co-owner of Red Hill Cutlery and the mastermind behind the record attempt, said the hope is that the world's largest pocket knife will serve as a tourist attraction for the museum and the town.


Red Hill Cutlery said the blade alone weighs about 1,500 pounds.


Guinness World Records said the rules required that the folding knife be fully functional. The organization said the knife's creators also took care to ensure it would be able to withstand harsh weather including tornadoes and ice storms.

Australian farmer finds five-legged lamb in his flock

Australian farmer finds five-legged lamb in his flock

 Australian farmer finds five-legged lamb in his flock

An Australian wool farmer said a lamb from his family's flock will now become a family pet because of an unusual feature: an extra leg growing out of its head.



Sam Kuerschner, of Orroroo, South Australia, said he was taking a break from shearing about three weeks ago when his father noticed something unusual about one of the lambs in the pen.

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"He had a bit of a second glance and said, 'That sheep's got five legs'. We all sort of stood up and had a bit of a look and sure enough it did," Kuerschner told the Australian Broadcasting Corp.


He said the extra leg was made all the more unusual by the fact that it's coming out of the back of the animal's head.


"It's a fully formed leg. There's bone and joints and it's even got a sort of hoof on the end of it, and seems to be attached to the sheep just through skin or flesh, rather than a bone joint," he said.


Kuerschner said the leg looks more like a mullet hairstyle than a spare limb. He said the sheep will become a family pet once it gets a little older.


"When the time comes to wean it off its mother, I think I'll take it home and it can run around the house yard. I've got three little kids and they'll be fascinated to have that as a bit of a special pet for hopefully the rest of its life," he said.


Veterinarian Paul Nilon of Perth estimated one in 200,000 sheep are born with an extra limb.


"The most common variation I've seen is where you have an additional foot and hoof growing out the side of the lower leg, but I have seen at least one growing from the head," he said.


South Australia farmer Marshall Bowey made a similar discovery in 2020, when he found a lamb in his flock had an extra leg growing out from the side of its head. The lamb, which had two feet on its spare leg, was named Starfish.

Florida man reels in record-breaking butterfly peacock bass

Florida man reels in record-breaking butterfly peacock bass

 Florida man reels in record-breaking butterfly peacock bass

Wildlife officials in Florida said a state record was broken by a Hialeah man who reeled in a butterfly peacock bass that tipped the scales at 9.11 pounds.



The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission said Felipe Prieto was fishing in a Broward County lake one day after work when he reeled in the 23 5/16-inch fish.

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The butterfly peacock bass weighed in at 9.11 pounds, breaking the record of 9.08 pounds, which had stood since 1993.


"The butterfly peacock bass is colorful, a lightning-fast striker and a hard fighter," FWC Commission Chairman Rodney Barreto said in a statement. "Anglers from across the country travel here to catch a peacock bass, which only adds to the tremendous economic impact fishing has in Florida. This unique game fish is just one of the features that makes Florida, truly, the Fishing and Boating Capital of the World."

British engineer takes world's fastest lawnmower to 143.19 mph

British engineer takes world's fastest lawnmower to 143.19 mph

 British engineer takes world's fastest lawnmower to 143.19 mph

A British man broke a Guinness World Record when he built a riding lawn mower that reaches a speed of 143.19 mph.



Tony Edwards, a mechanical engineer from St. Martins, Shropshire, England, said he became interested in building the world's fastest lawnmower about two years ago.

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"I know that a guy from the U.K. had the record at one point, at 96 mph. Then I think Honda had it at 116mph, and then a team from Norway did it at 132 mph, and I thought I'd give it a try," he told the Shropshire Star.


Edwards said he built the lawnmower from scratch, enlisting the help of a welding expert to help with some of the chassis work.


The lawnmower is powered by a 1300cc unit from a Suzuki motorcycle. Edwards said Guinness also stipulated that the lawn mower had to be able to actually cut grass.


"I had to send videos to Guinness to prove that it was a lawnmower," he said.


Edwards' lawnmower reached a speed of 143.193 mph when he took it for a spin at Elvington Airfield in York, England.


Edwards said he believes the lawnmower can go faster, but it becomes more dangerous because the front wheels leave the ground, making steering especially difficult.

Bear struggles to steal large pumpkin from Ontario porch

Bear struggles to steal large pumpkin from Ontario porch

 Bear struggles to steal large pumpkin from Ontario porch

 An Ontario family's home security camera was rolling when a bear visited their front porch to steal a large pumpkin -- and found the task more difficult than expected.



Ashley Larose, of Sudbury, said she had just finished putting up the fall decorations on her front porch when the home had a late night visit from a hungry bear.

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Larose said the bear already had eaten a couple of smaller pumpkins when it attempted to walk off with a large one.


The video recorded by Larose's security camera shows the bear attempting unsuccessfully to carry the pumpkin in its paws, before switching to carrying the gourd with its mouth.


The bear makes it only a short distance before losing its grip. Larose said the bear ended up leaving the pumpkin behind.

Four Guinness World Records broken at giant vegetable contest in Britain

Four Guinness World Records broken at giant vegetable contest in Britain

 Four Guinness World Records broken at giant vegetable contest in Britain

An annual competition for growers of giant vegetables in Britain resulted in four Guinness World Records being broken: heaviest eggplant, heaviest marrow, heaviest broad bean pod and longest leek.



A Guinness adjudicator was on hand at the CANNA U.K. National Giant Vegetables Championship in Malvern, Worcestershire, England, to determine if any of the entries in were world records.

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Nottinghamshire, England, farmer Peter Glazebrook broke the record for the world's heaviest eggplant, when he presented a 6-pound, 14-ounce vegetable at the event.


The new record-holder for the heaviest marrow was grown by Vincent Sjodin, from Wales' Barry Island, and weighed in at 256 pounds, 9.8 ounces -- beating the previous record by 50 pounds.


The world's heaviest broad bean pod, also known as a fava bean pod, was grown by Joe Atherton of Mansfield, England. The large legume weighed in at 3.74 ounces.


Atherton also captured the record for the world's longest leek, when his vegetable was officially measured at 4 feet, 5.5 inches.

Georgia family finds python on back porch

Georgia family finds python on back porch

 Georgia family finds python on back porch

A Georgia family whose dog raised a late night ruckus in the back yard made a surprising discovery on the porch: a python.



Marietta resident Paul Hernandez said he woke early Wednesday morning when his family's pet dog, Alaska, started to bark loudly on the back porch.

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"I hear my dog barking, and I went outside and there was something black on her bed that she usually sleeps on and she was barking at it," Hernandez told WGCL-TV.


"She looked like she was trying to not eat it, but she looked like she just wouldn't leave it alone."


Hernandez said he retrieved his phone from inside the house so he could use the flashlight to get a better look at the object.


"I turned it on and it was snake, it didn't look like a snake I had ever seen before," he said.


Hernandez brought Alaska outside and waited for his father, Ben, to wake up about 7 a.m. The father and son went out to the back yard and discovered the snake now was slithering on a chair.


Ben Hernandez said he believes the snake to be a Burmese python because he has "seen them on TV shows." It was unclear whether the snake was a Burmese python or a ball python.


Burmese pythons are not native to the United States, but a population has been established in the wild in Florida, where they are considered an invasive species.


The family contacted animal control, which took custody of the snake. Officers said the snake was likely an escaped pet.


"He said that it was probably somebody's pet the way she acted when he grabbed it," Ben Hernandez said of the animal control officer. "She was not aggressive at all, so she's used to people."


The snake is being kept at an animal control facility while officials try to locate its owner.