Alligators At The Beach? Scientists Say Get Used To Predators Invading Odd PlacesAlligators on a beach? Killer whales in a river? Mountain lions in the open plains? It may sound like a mismatch, but a new study is warning that humans should get used to seeing more large predators in unexpected places.
Baboons Escape Research Center With Barrel Used As A LadderIn a real life game of "Barrel of Monkeys," four baboons escaped a Texas research center after turning their toy barrel into a makeshift ladder.
2017 Animals on the FieldGo on YouTube and it will take about six seconds to go down the rabbit hole (pun intended) of adorable animal interruptions during sports games. Here's some highlights...
Rescuers Free Squirrel With Head Stuck In CupEmergency responders in Connecticut have come to the rescue of a squirrel that was caught in a nutty situation.
Firefighters Rescue Animals From Basement Fire In FairfieldFairfield firefighters rescued animals from a basement fire at 464-466 Knapps Highway this morning.
$8 Million Dollar Donation For Animals And EnvironmentA former North Stonington resident has left an $8 million gift to benefit animals in Connecticut.
Another Moose On The Loose In Southington
Pets Die In House FireBridgeport officials are investigating the cause of a house fire that killed two cats and a dog.
Scientist: Your Cat Thinks You Are A Big Stupid CatExpert says cats see their owners as giant versions of themselves.
Oxford Woman Pleads Not Guilty In Animal Cruelty CaseAn Oxford woman has pleaded not guilty to 41 counts of animal cruelty after having a menagerie removed from her home in February.
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Family Guide to Beardsley ZooPack a lunch and enjoy a day at the Zoo. Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo is Connecticut’s only zoo. The zoo has new animals and a new play ground this year. Check out the museum pass from your local library to enjoy free zoo admission for up to two adults and four children. The zoo is the perfect size to enjoy on a nice day. The exhibits concentrate on animals in both North and South America. The free-roaming peacocks and guinea hens may lead to an animal encounter anywhere on the zoo grounds. Animal tracks painted on the zoo paths help little ones find the next display.