The reaction to an alien object from 1998 plopped into the young hands of children in 2014 is almost too much to handle: good or bad.
Chimp Ayumu in Japan is touching numbers 1 through 9 in sequential order on a computer screen — even after they’ve left the screen.
The little guy was born on Oct. 26, and he is already 6 feet tall and weighs 120 pounds.
The bike actually has pedals that the rider uses to ride onto the track.
Honoring the veterans who served and those who are currently serving on this Veterans’ Day.
The best part has to be him dancing with the skeleton – nothing like old Halloween decorations to get your groove on.
Bluey the budgie’s owners apparently taught the blue bird how to sound like popular “Star Wars” robotic character “R2-D2.” And now he drives…
That is set to happen Wednesday – history in the making.
Their Soyuz space capsule landed safely in a remote area of Kazakhstan.
As they say, “Everything’s bigger in Texas,” so who better than to deliver a “Texas-size Thank You” than the University of Texas itself?