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  • PHOTOS: What to do if your dog picks a fight with a porcupine

    PHOTOS: What to do if your dog picks a fight with a porcupine

    Monday, September 29 2014 6:39 PM EDT2014-09-29 22:39:29 GMT
    KHQ.COM - What makes dogs so awesome? The short answer is: everything. They have a zest and a curiosity for life that is unmatched.>>
    KHQ.COM - What makes dogs so awesome? The short answer is: everything. They have a zest and a curiosity for life that is unmatched. But sometimes that curiosity and eagerness can get them into trouble. KHQ received some photos from a viewer in Post Falls after her dog "Rebel" came across a porcupine. >>
  • PHOTOS: Moose stops by Mullan Road Elementary

    PHOTOS: Moose stops by Mullan Road Elementary

    Tuesday, September 30 2014 9:14 PM EDT2014-10-01 01:14:24 GMT
    SPOKANE, Wash. - Children at Mullan Road Elementary had an unexpected visitor on Monday morning: a moose! >>
    SPOKANE, Wash. - Children at Mullan Road Elementary had an unexpected visitor on Monday morning: a moose! Parents received noticed that recess was canceled on Monday when a moose stopped by the school and hung out for a while. Many of the kids didn't seem to mind though, as they watched their new friend wander around the front yard of the school.>>
  • Want to see 35,000 walrus hanging out? Here you go!

    Want to see 35,000 walrus hanging out? Here you go!

    Wednesday, October 1 2014 4:56 PM EDT2014-10-01 20:56:05 GMT
    ANCHORAGE, Alaska - In the absence of sea ice, Pacific walrus, a lot of them, looking for a place to rest were recently photographed hanging out about 700 miles northwest of Anchorage. >>
    ANCHORAGE, Alaska - In the absence of sea ice, Pacific walrus, a lot of them, looking for a place to rest were recently photographed hanging out about 700 miles northwest of Anchorage. Aerial photos from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration show an estimated 35,000 walrus, huddled in a massive group, resting on Saturday near Point Lay.>>