"Fak!" —Oblivious Raccoon
Kasatka made international headlines in 2006 when she grabbed her trainer during a show and dragged him underwater, breaking his foot.
The bids were made official Wednesday after deals were struck with the cities earlier this summer.
Three-month-old Kyara came down with an infection over the weekend before dying on Monday, SeaWorld announced.
"Where you guys goin'?" — Large alpha predator probably.
Bill Cosby Juror Says Two Holdouts Created Deadlock: "There Was Definitely Going To Be A Fight"
"They were losing their minds," the juror told ABC in an exclusive interview.
Two men died and another was injured Friday on a light-rail train when they tried to intervene as a man yelled "hate speech or biased language" toward two young women, one of whom was wearing a hijab, police said.
More than 41,000 immigrants suspected of living illegally in the United States have been arrested in the 100 days since President Trump signed his executive order.
Prosecutors said Lee Baca lied to investigators when he said he didn’t know deputies were going to threaten the lead FBI agent looking into his department.
The West Indian manatee population has rebounded from just a few hundred to more than 6,000 in the wild, federal officials announced.
The Czech zoo said it made the hard decision in response to the recent killing of a rhinoceros at a wildlife park near Paris, in which assailants cut off the horn.
"All we did was quote a certain, very talented legal mind who was the one responsible for saying that on television," the president said.
Blakely the Australian shepherd is answering the call of dad duty once again at the Cincinnati Zoo.
"These are animals the size of elephants that we just can't find. They're a mystery."
RIP, very good turtle.
A third jaguar has been spotted in the US since wildlife officials set up a network of remote cameras.
"We always wondered how safe…are we doing the right thing, our staying in the United States of America?"
All of the planets may contain liquid water, and three of them are "firmly located" in the habitable zone, NASA announced Wednesday.
The legacy continues.