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SYDNEY - Timberwolf the koala was lucky to be alive Monday after surviving a terrifying 88-kilometre (54.5-mile) ride down a busy Australian freeway clinging to the bottom of a car. Credit: Thinkstock The four-year-old male, who survived with nothing more than a torn nail, was struck by the vehicle near Maryborough in Queensland state on Friday. The Australia Zoo wildlife hospital said it latched onto the bottom of the car as it sped away, with the family inside not knowing they had a marsupial on board. It was only when they stopped in Gympie after a high-speed freeway drive that they noticed it, and called the hospital for help. The maximum speed on the freeway is 110 kilometres per...

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...

10 Talking Dogs

These dogs all make valiant efforts to talk to their humans. Some succeed and others fail, but they all speak the language of the heart.

TOKYO - A Japanese zoo has taken the catwalk to a wild new level, using some of its fiercest inhabitants to rip and claw jeans to a fashionably distressed look. Credit: Flickr/G O L D T O P The facility northeast of Tokyo has unveiled "Zoo Jeans", styled by the fangs and claws of lions, tigers and bears. Zoo officials said the material held up well, all things considered. "We wrapped several pieces of denim around tyres and other toys. Once they were thrown into the enclosures, the animals jumped on them," said zoo director Nobutaka Namae, adding that the pieces were later patched together to create the finished product. "The denim was actually much tougher than we had thought, and it...