Remember when reality TV featured people eating live bugs and critters - all for some prize money and 15 minutes of fame? Well now the critters are turning the dinner table on them.
CNN's Jeanne Moos has the story of the guy eaten alive by an anaconda.
Why would researchers in Antarctica use fake penguin robots to fool real penguins?
It's to save the real ones from the stress of being exposed to humans. And when we say they fell for the fakes, we mean they fell to the point of trying to form a couple - though CNN's Jeanne Moos reports the robots still have to work on their waddle.
It's not easy to give a lion a sonogram. So how do zookeepers at the Cincinnati Zoo know whether that's a baby bump on one of their star attractions? CNN's Jeanne Moos asks, is she or isn't she? Not even her zookeepers know for sure.
Arizona firemen had to pull a horse, not out of a burning stall, but out of a swimming pool. And instead of neighing in panic, this horse was snoring sound asleep. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on a rescue that won't put you to sleep.