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Seals at the New England Aquarium Are Eating Fish Doughnuts Today

Sure, us humans are indulging in all the doughnuts we can today—it is National Doughnut Day, after all, so we don’t have a choice—but why […]

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These Really Cute Baby Falcons Live on Top of a Boston Skyscraper

Two weeks ago, four peregrine falcons hatched atop the skyscraper at 177 Huntington Ave. On Wednesday, the baby birds came down into the lobby to say […]

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Four Peregrine Falcons Hatch on Boston Skyscraper

Let’s give a hearty welcome to Boston’s newest winged residents, four peregrine falcons that hatched on the roof of an I.M. Pei-designed skyscraper at 177 […]

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Police: A Taunton DUI Suspect Had a Bearded Dragon Lizard in Her Bra

Taunton police say a woman was drunk when she crashed a Mercedes into a half-dozen mailboxes and onto a lawn Monday afternoon, with a bearded dragon lizard stuffed into […]

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Lone Turkey Marches on State House

The weekend saw quite a bit of activity on Beacon Hill, with various alt-right and militia groups converging on the Common for a “free speech […]

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Was This the First Cape Cod Great White Sighting of the Year?

Forget Memorial Day weekend, it isn’t summer until someone spots a great white off Cape Cod. And folks, someone may have done just that. A […]

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State Troopers Lasso Rogue Llama in Western Mass.

While there was no high-speed chase drawing national attention, as was the case in Arizona two years ago, two state troopers in Western Mass. helped guide […]

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Winter Stings Boston’s Beehives with Unexpected Hive Deaths

Last summer, Jennifer Kolchinsky enjoyed sitting with her four-year-old daughter on their back deck in front of two beehives, watching their bees, full of pollen, […]

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Ten Very Good Dogs Spotted at the 2017 Boston Marathon

There’s plenty to love about the Boston Marathon, from the inspirational stories and unforgettable moments, to the punny signs dotting the route. But above all, […]

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“Buttery and Ashamed” Squirrel Rescued from Dumpster in Quincy

A squirrel that found itself lodged in the drain hole of a Quincy dumpster has been freed, rescuers say. But not before the poor thing was slathered […]

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There’s a Pizza-Eating Squirrel in Jamaica Plain

You can argue over the merits of Boston pizza versus New York pizza, whose water is most conducive to a superlative slice, thin-crust or a […]

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What Are These Turkeys Seen Circling a Dead Cat in Randolph Up To?

Um, what exactly is happening here? A Boston man freaked out thousands of people online today after he shared footage on Twitter of a flock of […]

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Meet “Ivan the Twisted,” a Boston Cat with Special Legs and Special Needs

Update, Tuesday, 9:00 a.m.: Ivan has been adopted! The MSPCA shared the news on Facebook on Monday that, after a week that saw Ivan turned into […]

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Two Ducks Got Married in Manchester, New Hampshire

If two ducks are going to enter into solemn vows of everlasting love and breadcrumbs, let it be in Manch Vegas. Mallards Pierre and Plumpty tied […]

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Two Boston Dogs Headed to the Puppy Bowl

When the Puppy Bowl—that adorable spectacle that airs on Animal Planet the day of the Super Bowl—hits TV screens around the country, look for two local […]