As the lobster was too large to legally catch, Maine fisherman Jacob Knowles threw the huge creature back into the sea with a snack.
Dozens of the rare plants were pulled from the ground last month, prompting an appeal for information.
"Most people can only dream of something like this," said one commenter on the YouTube video of the incredible catch.
The North Burnett region of Australia has seen a dramatic increase in the rodents who are seemingly "not afraid at all."
In the video, the dogs can be seen biting the pig's ear and neck as it attempts to fight back.
The huge bull was spotted around the same time great white sharks were beginning their annual migration to the same area.
Veterinarian Uri Burstyn explores why cats, the internet's favorite obsession and all-round Weird Little Guys, are so flexible.
Pictures of the resident lion at the Guangzhou Zoo in China showed the lion sporting bangs.
The shower, dubbed the Tau Herculid shower, will be an "all or nothing" event and if it happens, 1,000 shooting stars could fill the skies.
Centipede expert Greg Edgecombe told Newsweek there is "no question" a bite from the carnivorous arthropod would be painful to humans.
Lydia Tiller, from Save the Elephants, told Newsweek they are seeing a huge increase in the number of human and elephant conflicts across Africa.
A herd of 11 elephants entered a village in India at 2AM on May 25, and attacked the man on his field
Fossil findings in the Grand Canyon suggest these big cats roamed the area tens of thousands of years ago.
The incident has been dubbed the "brown pelican crisis" with over 200 birds having now been found, with no sign of an explanation.
The fish weighed 7 pounds and 8 ounches, smashing the previous record of 6 pounds and 14 ounces.
The bear has rampaged the Issaquah area for years, seeking human food and damaging properties, all while avoiding capture.
Vets said only an operation would help relieve the abscess on the "gangster" reptile, but this would mean him being kept in captivity for the rest of his life.
According to the OCEARCH shark tracker, the 12-foot, 4-inch predator was pinged in the area on May 26 in the early hours of the morning.
Researchers used a remotely controlled camera to dive around the E.M. Clark– a World War Two vessel that sank in 1942.
Among the 432 animals that have been tagged by Ocearch are many great white sharks.
Newsweek spoke to Mauricio Hoyos Padilla, a shark researcher who was the first person to ever meet the 20 foot great white.
Whale watchers and marine ecologists have reported multiple daily sightings in spots including Sea Lion Caves and Gold Beach.
In footage, the coachwhip snake can be seen swallowing one of the dove eggs whole.
Eliot Waggoner Granville and her husband decided to go fishing on the night of their wedding Sunday.
Gatorland Orlando said it is "amazing" that the tiny gator will eventually become one of the biggest reptiles in the world.
Sabri Tazali avoided using his home toilet for weeks after the incident.
A scientist at New Zealand's Department of Conservation said climate change is raising water temperatures and lowering the availability of prey.
The 7.8-foot long snake was coiled up behind the oven when snake catcher Nick Evans arrived to remove it back to its natural environment.