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US woman sells domesticated bison she let wander indoors
A 1,000-pound (454 kilogram)"domesticated" bison that was allowed to roam in her owner's Dallas-area home has moved on to pastures new. Bullet the bison was transported Saturday from Karen Schoeve's home in Argyle to her new home, which she will share with two cows, 15 miles (24.14 kilometers) away in Flower Mound. Schoeve says she was struggling to balance work and looking after Bullet and her two paint ponies, so she sold off the horses and two months ago advertised Bullet for sale on Craigslist for US$5,960.
 
MIAMI - A woman in the US state of Florida was rushed to a hospital Sunday after being bitten by a shark -- with the whole animal still clutching on to her right arm, local media reported.
 
Poster at Lithuanian eatery shows Trump locking lips with Putin
A street artist in Lithuania has adorned a barbecue restaurant with a poster showing Donald Trump locking lips with Vladimir Putin.
 
Italian woman, 116, seen as last living person born in 1800s
Surrounded by relatives and friends, Italy's Emma Morano greeted with a smile the news that she, at 116, is now the oldest person in the world.
 
Silly goose!
Canada geese goslings play at Buckingham Lake Park in Albany, New York, on Thursday, May 12.
 
Solar Impulse 2 lands in Oklahoma on record-breaking flight
The Solar Impulse 2 plane touched down in Tulsa, in the south-central US state of Oklahoma late Thursday, ending the latest stage of its record-breaking quest to circle the globe without consuming a drop of fuel.
 
Sheep thrills
Mainland Chinese tourists look at Merino sheep on display from the Australian Wool Innovation (AWI) in the Central business district of Sydney on Wednesday, May 11.
 
Some like creams, others pop pills or splash out on padded panties. In Ivory Coast where "big is beautiful" bottom enhancers come in all shapes and sorts, and at any cost.
 
State of the Plants report
The flower on a Nesocodon Mauritianus, an endangered plant, is displayed at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, in London, Monday, May 9.
 
Sacred bulls predict rainfall for drought-stricken Thailand
Thailand's drought-stricken farmers got a rare bit of good news Monday, when a pair of sacred bulls predicted that the heavens would finally open during the upcoming rainy season.
 
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