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Neighbors Fear Huge Hissing Cat Roaming Detroit Streets
Offbeat  (tags: huge, cat, hissing, humans, Detroit, interesting )

Giana
- 1060 days ago - news.yahoo.com
Residents of a northeast Detroit neighborhood have been cautious when venturing out on their local streets because a huge hissing cat has been spotted roaming the area for a month.
Whale Finally Freed From Ropes Off Coast of Hawaii (Must See Video!!)
Offbeat  (tags: goodnews, hawaiian, humpback whale, huge, mammal, tangled, ropes, KGMB, rescuers, video )

Barb
- 1226 days ago - aol.com
"Fox & Friends" reported rescuers came to the aid of a humpback whale that had been stuck in fishing gear for several days. The huge mammal swam away before all the gear could be removed, prompting a second rescue! KGMB says a tracking device was used by
Monster Titaniboa Unveiled at Smithsonian
Offbeat  (tags: giant, snake, titaniboa, Smithsonian, museum, crazy, huge, big, random, bizarre, animals, off-beat, odd, interesting, unusual )

Lindsey
- 1580 days ago - news.yahoo.com
New York commuters arriving at Grand Central Station were greeted by a monstrous sight: a 48-foot-long, 2,500-pound titanoboa snake. The good news: It's not alive. Anymore. But the full-scale replica of the reptile - which was unveiled at..
Giant Prawn Discovered in New Zealand PHOTOS
Offbeat  (tags: prawn, shrimp, giant, huge, bizarre, environment, interesting, odd, off-beat, photos, unusual )

Lindsey
- 1627 days ago - huffingtonpost.com
Scientists on an expedition to sample a deep-sea trench got a surprise when their traps brought back seven giant crustaceans glimpsed only a handful of times in human history. The "supergiant" amphipods are more than 20 times larger than their typical..
Un-Bull-Ievable! Calf Saved From the Farmer's Shotgun Grows Into Towering 6ft 5in, One-Tonne Beast
Offbeat  (tags: awesome, freisian calf, rescued, farmer, neighbour, pet, grown, huge )

Simone
- 2155 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
Trigger the Friesian was only a day old when his farmer aimed his shotgun at him - and because he did not want any more males he intended to kill the baby calf. But neighbour Shaun Layton stepped in, saved his life and now Trigger is 6ft 5in - and
Puppy Bandit Just Keeps Getting Bigger
Offbeat  (tags: puppy, great dane, huge, growing quickly, dogs, size )

Simone
- 2530 days ago - ntnews.com.au
WHICH mother wouldn't find it devastating to see her baby grow up just a little too fast - especially when it weighs more than herself at just five months. The 14-month-old "Bandit" might not be the biggest dog in NT but he is the biggest puppy.
   

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