Like the other three groups of skunks, spotted skunks are capable of spraying a strong unpleasant scent as a form of defense. But before spraying, spotted skunks will sometimes go into a handstand and attempt to intimidate any would-be aggressors. A wildlife camera, placed in Happy Valley in Arizona's Saguaro National Park, captured the unique sight.
Courtesy of Saguaro National Park Facebook page
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A flock of 1,300 sheep invaded the northeastern Spanish city of Huesca early Tuesday morning. According to reports, the shepherd looking after the flock fell asleep and the sheep decided to explore the town. The shepherd was eventually located and with the help of local police, they were able to round up the sheep and return them to their pen.
CREDIT: Policia Local Huesca via Facebook
Practically anyone with a dish towel, an empty beer can, a little kibble and whole lot of patience can teach a dog to fetch a beer. Ivy Kite, though, can fetch beer, water, wine or soda on demand and paint pictures. Her paintings selling worldwide. The Aussie's work has also benefitted animal welfare charities.
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