Noah’s spotted in Fenway Park

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Chillin with the penguins

Thanks to our friend Collin for bringing Noah along with him on his trip to Antarctica!

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Whip Your Feathers Back And Forth

Most wild cockatoos live in Indonesia, but they are popular pets all over the world. They may not be able to repeat sounds or speak like parrots do, but they have talents of their own. For reasons not totally understood, many cockatoos can recognize rhythm—some can even match their own movements to music. Check out this video of Frostie the Cockatoo bopping to the beat:

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Hardcore Hibernating

Think hibernation is like a long nap or a lazy day for animals? Think again. Take a peek at this video of BlackHeart the Black Bear from BBC Worldwide. She manages to care for her cubs, stay alert, and stay alive without food or drink all winter long. Always beware of a hibernating bear—and never get as close to one as these fellas do! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C8g3CpjtHHg

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