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WASHINGTON - A young American naturalist, filmmaker and adventurer in the Amazon set off an Internet stir Thursday after he claimed he offered himself for dinner to a giant snake for a TV show. "I'm Paul Rosolie and I'm about to be the first person to be eaten alive by an anaconda," he said in a 30-second video on Twitter promoting a new show, "Eaten Alive," to be telecast on the Discovery Channel on December 7. A longer teaser posted by the network on YouTube shows Rosolie donning "a custom-built snake-proof suit" to enter the belly of the fearsome reptilian beast head-first. "It's a tease and a promo for now," a Discovery Channel spokesman told AFP on Thursday, adding that further...

Authorities in Hopatcong, New Jersey, are searching for an unusual quarry: a 20-foot-long, rogue boa constrictor. Many residents have spotted the snake swimming in Lake Hopatcong, so Officer Dale Sloat offered this tip as a safety precaution: "I would advise people not to put their baby in the lake." Watch the video below for the whole story. Share this on Facebook? MORE ON PAWNATION: Cat Gets the Hang of His Hammock Tiny Kitten Is Afraid of Moving Carpet Birthday Dog Is Surprised With 100 Balls...

Daily GIFs: May 16, 2014

Getting through the day can be tough, but you know what makes it easier? Adorable GIFs. Check out these furry mini-flicks floating around the Internet. It's probably the cutest way to waste time and wait for the weekend. 1. DJs in training. 2. Burrito pup. 3. Feeling sssssleepy. 4. "No door can stop me!" 5. What a scaredy cat. Share this on Facebook? Get another dose of adorable animals:...