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The invasion of the giant teddy bears is finally here. The massive cuddle monsters have already subjugated one neighbourhood in Paris and who knows where they’ll strike next. Run while you still can!
Calling all country music fans! Kenny Rogers’ Atlanta mansion has just been put on the market. Check out these amazing photos of the legend’s former home.
Out of all of Alfred Hitchcock’s movies, The Birds seemed furthest from reality, but not anymore. A colony of “gangland gulls” has been wreaking havoc at a school on the island of Gurnsey.
Genuine eyesore or an elaborate cat-spiracy? A couple in Huddersfield, England, has been drawing criticism from locals for their incredible backyard cat sanctuary.
It’s a dream location for some and a nightmare for others. This cliffside hotel in Norway is not for the faint of heart. Embedded in a cliff more than 579 metres (1,900 feet) above ground, just looking at it will make your palms sweat.
Yoga and goat snuggling: just try and think of something more serene. This Airbnb will make you feel as if you’ve left the real world behind and leapt straight into the whimsical pages of A. A. Milne’s Hundred Acre Wood.
Chicken lovers in Nova Scotia are rejoicing at the news their dreams of backyard chicken coups will soon become reality. It’s unclear yet whether roosters will be included, so better hang on to your alarm clock for the time being.
Open windows and your old stand up fan not doing the job? Here’s a list of great new tech that’ll help keep the summer swelter at bay.
Earlier this week, Toronto emergency services were stunned when they received a call about a massive python emerging from a sewer grate. Thankfully the slithering suspect was apprehended before it had the chance to become an urban legend.