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First a polar bear petted a dog. Then a polar bear did what polar bears do: Ate a dog.

A video of an enormous polar bear in Canada gingerly patting a chained sled dog hit the Internet last week and quickly went viral. The Huffington Post lauded its “cuteness factor.” The man who shot the video praised the bear for showing “that kind of heart toward another animal.”<p>But reality soon …

Polar Bear Seen Petting Dog At Sanctuary Actually Ate One Of The Dogs (UPDATE)

The "petting" video previously went viral.<p><b>UPDATE:</b> Nov. 18 ― A viral video of a polar bear petting and nuzzling a chained canine at a sled dog sanctuary in Manitoba, Canada on Saturday was not as sweet as it seemed.<p>After the video went viral this week, it was discovered yesterday that a polar bear …

Pets

Tourists flock to see Donald Trump-like bird in a Chinese zoo

As Donald Trump's popularity in China climbs, one little golden pheasant is enjoying the perks of fame because of his bright yellow …

14 perfectly-timed pictures of animals doing hysterical things

Sometimes, these moments are collected on camera and, even more rarely, by a single snapshot.<p>Each year, the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards is flooded with these snapshots of nature supplying some accidental humor at its own expense — this year there were over 2,200 entries.<p>The panel of judges …

Nature Photography

Watch Peanut the Baby Panda Take Her First Adorably Clumsy Steps

Four-month-old Peanut the panda is bringing joy to many today.<p>The 15-lb. fur ball, born in captivity at the Shanghai Wild Animal Park to 20-year-old …

Dancing bears steal show on Planet Earth II, upstaging Strictly's Ed Balls

The second episode of Planet Earth II left viewers amazed and delighted by the beauty of our world.<p>It also made them laugh - as the stars of the show were dancing grizzly bears, which could give Strictly's Ed Balls a run for his money.<p>The new BBC documentary, narrated by David Attenborough, aired …

Ed Balls