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An Undersea Enigma

Underwater footage of a perplexing sea creature left viewers baffled this week as they tried to determine the nature of the bizarre beast.

Almost a Cat's Snack

A lioness at the Oregon Zoo in Portland thought she'd found an easy meal, in the form of a two-year-old toddler, but was thwarted by a glass wall which kept the child out of harm's way. Captured in a home video that has become an Internet sensation, the massive cat violently paws at the glass and attempts to snatch the child with its mouth, all while the nearby parents laugh at the creature's futility and the toddler remains nonplussed by the scene. More on the story, including the remarkable video, can be found at Orange.

Knapp's News 4/29/12

Check out a list of items selected by George Knapp including his KLAS-TV report on tonight's guest, Frank Cullotta (pictured).

The Shark Whisperer

This incredible image of shark-whisperer Andre Hartman placing his hand on the nose of a Great White Shark was captured by photographer Doug Perrine, off the coast of South Africa.

Strange Sounds in Wisconsin

The city of Clintonville, WI has experienced unexplained booming and rattling noises the last two nights.

Knapp's News 3/18/12

George Knapp shares some recent items of interest, including his I-Team report on Madeleine Pickens' battle to save wild horses (pictured).

Northern Lights Make Must-See TV

PhotoBlog on MSNBC has posted a fantastic selection of northern lights shots from the past few days, including Icelandic photographer Olafur Haraldsson's stunning time-lapse footage of the aurora's shimmering green glow.

Test-Tube Hamburger

While reports came out today that consuming too much red meat may shorten your lifespan, at Masstricht University in the Netherlands, scientists are working on creating a test-tube hamburger that could be ready by October.

After the Japan Disaster

Last year's dual earthquake and subsequent tsunami in Japan unleashed enormous devastation on the country, but the recovery effort has removed much of the rubble from the event.

Inside the Penguins' Lair

In conjunction with the Discovery Channel, SeaWorld San Diego has launched a 24/7 streaming webcam which allows visitors to observe their penguin exhibit

Man-Made 'Snow Circles'

This 'snow circle' from France may appear supernatural, but it actually has a decidedly terrestrial origin. Artist Simon Beck creates his intricate designs by foot, using snowshoes after mapping the designs out with surveying tools

Knapp's News 2/19/12

George Knapp highlights a number of news items including his report on who tried to kill casino owner Lefty Rosenthal (his burned Cadillac pictured), and an article about what's under Lake Vostok in Antarctica.

A Brutal Balkan Winter

Many denizens of Eastern Europe are struggling to survive one of the most harrowing winters on record.

Dog's Best Friend

Dog walkers in Dedham, England were stunned to see a man taking drastic measures to rescue his wayward pet that had fallen into an ice-covered river

The View From Above

Using hundreds of images taken from the International Space Station as it orbited Earth, a new series of videos provides a breathtaking view of Earth from space. Beyond merely cities illuminating the night sky, the films contain also rare overhead glimpses of the Northern Lights in motion as well as thunderstorms peppering the landscape with bright bursts as they travel. The complete series of videos can be found at Wired.

A Woolly Mammoth?

An eerie video out of Siberia has captured what may be the prehistoric woolly mammoth living in modern times. While it is believed that the creature went extinct nearly 4,000 years ago, there has been persistent speculation that they could have survived in the vast, uncharted Russian tundra. Skeptics, however, contend that the fuzzy film is merely of a bear carrying a fish, a wayward elephant, or a hoax. More on the story, including the alleged mammoth video, at The Sun.

'Condo Fog' in Florida

While, at first glance, this may look like a tsunami wave crashing onto the shores of Panama City, Florida, it is actually a fog bank forming around the city's beachfront condominiums.

Amazing Ant City

A team of scientists has discovered an amazingly complex subterranean city built by millions of Leaf Cutter ants in Brazil.

Video: 'Snowboarding' Crow

A Russian family recorded footage of a crow apparently using the lid of a jar to 'snowboard' down a snow-covered rooftop.

Princess Nakamura's Video Message

Japanese Princess Kaoru Nakamaru, a UFO contactee, recently released a video in which she spoke of dramatic Earth changes coming after 12/21/12.

Video: Lizard Gamer

An Australian bearded dragon has become an online celebrity after its owner captured the creature on video playing the smartphone game Ant Smasher

From Divine to Dinner

Once venerated by the natives of Madagascar, the island's lemurs are becoming endangered as cultural changes have resulted in the creature now being seen as a viable food source. Previously, it had been considered taboo on the island to hunt or kill the animal, but a recent study uncovered a staggering number of lemurs being eaten in villages on the island. Experts blame outsiders coming to work at the island's mines and their rising demand for meat as the key factor in the lemur's changing fortunes. More on the story at BBC News.

Inside a Crop Circle

In a 1989 photo, Colin Andrews is seen at a crop circle in Hampshire U.K., taking site details.

World's Heaviest Insect

Former park ranger Mark Moffett found the heaviest ever recorded giant weta after two days of searching on a remote New Zealand island.

Don't Tread on Him

Having grown tired of bureaucratic red tape surrounding his land proposal, a snake charmer in India decided to let his 'co-workers' do the talking for him when he released dozens of the poisonous serpents in his local tax office.

A Fossilized Family

A newly discovered nest of dinosaur fossils, which boasts a whopping 15 baby protoceratops, appears to shed new light on how the creatures raised their young.

Award-Winning Ape

After striking a pose for an amateur photographer, Samuel, a gibbon living in England's Bristol Zoo, saw his portrait claim first prize in a competition

Knapp's News 11/20/11

A number of items have recently caught George Knapp's attention, including an article about an alien signal, and two pieces about the Federal Reserve.

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