The public has been asked to avoid a section of the Western Cape region's Breede River after an outbreak of Nile Crocs in South Africa this week.
As a handful of U.S. states ditch mask mandates amid the ongoing COVID pandemic, health officials in California have doubled down, even suggesting the use of more than one covering.
An employee from a Seattle Petco found the non-native species, called zebra mussels, inside a moss plant product that's officially branded as the "Betta Buddy Marimo Ball."
Markus, the currency's co-founder, told Newsweek he thought it would be "really cool" if Musk could somehow blast some of the crypto into space.
Stuart McKenzie, a snake catcher in Australia, released a video showing how he grabbed the venomous reptile by the tail to stop it slithering out of reach.
President Biden said in a March 2 directive to all states that the aim is to have teachers, school staff and childcare workers administered with their first shot by the end of March.
The prototype rocket's test flight on Wednesday was praised as a success, despite its fiery conclusion.
Meckler posted: "I miss people's smiling faces. Can't imagine what this is doing to the development and emotional well-being of young children."
An Australian catcher said it showed deadly snakes are not always aggressive "but in fact want nothing to do with humans and will go to drastic measures to get away from us."
Hospital records suggest that bee stings were linked to more than a quarter of the admissions due to contact with a venomous animal or plant.
Relatives of the victim, Deann Stephenson, said she had been rushed to hospital after being "viciously" attacked by dogs while walking to a store in the community of Porter in Texas last month.
Andrew Torba, who launched the alternative social network in 2016, previously branded the culprits of a cyberattack "demon hackers" after a trove of data was reportedly stolen from his platform.
Billionaire philanthropist and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is no stranger to conspiracy theories and speculation about the projects he funds. Twitter users claim Gates' involvement with a solar geoengineering project is nefarious.
The term #HeyJustin became a trending topic on Monday and had been used over 18,000 times as of Tuesday morning. His tweet attracted over 13,000 responses.
The British Columbia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (BC SPCA) spotted an ID tattoo on the cat's ear and were able to use the identification to trace its original owners.
The gray wolf's travels into California from Oregon this year shows the species can "return and flourish as long as they remain legally protected," a leading wolf advocate has said.
The petition has been online for years but recently resurfaced among members of the meme cryptocurrency's Reddit community.
The Elon Musk-led company's rocketship, Falcon 9, was set to blast off from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, but suffered a setback at T-minus one minute and 24 seconds.
Snake removal expert Stuart McKenzie warned: "We obviously do not recommend people doing this as it can hurt the snake and can also be dangerous for the homeowners."
Torba, who launched the platform in 2016, responded this week after hearing Bongino, an investor in Parler, had been "trash talking" him on a radio show.
The tech entrepreneur—who is currently the world's second richest person with a £176 billion net worth—did not appear worried amid speculation of a fresh probe from financial regulators.
The hashtag became a top-5 trending topic as it was used thousands of times to reject the new feature, which lets users charge a monthly fee for exclusive content or perks.
The video game retailer's stock shot up by more than 80 percent to reach $170 in New York on Thursday as the markets opened—and r/WallStreetBets was a flurry of activity.
Bill Gates has long been the victim of conspiracy theories. While most of those theories focus on his wealth, power or work on vaccines, one of the stranger claims went viral on the internet this week.
Eric Roney, 33, was sedated, placed on a ventilator and will need reconstructive surgery to his face and ears, his family said.
The Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist discussed Tesla, bitcoin and the U.S. handling of the COVID pandemic on the invitation-only app. Here's what you may have missed.
Between July 1 and December 31 last year a total of 11,775,777 videos were removed that originated in the United States—which was more than any other country.
The app has surged in popularity this year after appearances by Tesla boss Elon Musk and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, but remains invite-only. A black market for invites has now emerged.
Wild theories, some tongue-in cheek, suggested there was a deeper meaning in Musk's post, often ignoring its well-documented ties to science fiction literature.
The panorama was taken by navigational cameras on the Mars rover and "stitched together" from six images after they were beamed back to Earth.