Posts Tagged ‘animals’
For car theft victim Michael McVey, the tragedy wasn’t losing his car, it was losing his dog.
Bystanders say they watched an SFPD cruiser run over and kill a Chihuahua in the Richmond.
Researchers have shown dying rats may undergo something similar to near-death experiences. But so what?
A critter that looks like a mix between a raccoon and a teddy bear is the first ‘new’ Western Hemisphere carnivore in 35 years.
After a tough few years for the swans at the Palace of Fine Arts, things may finally be ready to turn the corner.
Two horses were seen just “hanging out” on the 680 northbound ramp in the Martinez area around 2 a.m. Sunday.
Biologists estimate domestic cats in the U.S. kill up to 3.7 billion birds and as many as 20.7 billion small mammals each year.
The City’s famously loud sea lions have officially resided at Pier 39 for 23 years this month.
The SF Zoo posted a heartfelt farewell to Tallulah, their “Matriarch Of The Chimpanzees,” who died Sunday.
California’s lack of snow is no problem for Obi, a sled dog a thousand miles from the North Pole.
Who’s black and white, really cute, and smells vaguely of fish? A bunch of penguins from the San Francisco Zoo.
At the Point Reyes National Seashore, cameras have caught nearly 60 rarely-seen species.
You probably won’t see animal psychologist Terry Maple placing a pair of gi-normous sunglasses on a horse’s face.
Residents of a Pittsburg apartment complex have noticed a new, humped neighbor roaming around their property.
Animal welfare group Compassion Over Killing provided hours of video showing inhumane conditions and practices.
22-year-old James Anthony Horn isn’t going to be able to order a side of bacon from here on out without getting made fun of.
It took a few more days than expected, but the first owlet at Hayward’s Sulphur Creek Nature Center finally cracked through its shell.
A webcam set up in their owl box guarantees web watchers a front-row seat to the owlets’ first moments.
A new baby animal at the San Francisco Zoo is making an appearance just in time for spring.