A Colorado hunter survived a mountain lion attack after doing everything right.
This tourist is in some serious hot water. Figuratively speaking.
The body of a hiker who vanished in Northern California last week was discovered Sunday and it is believed the cause of death stemmed from a slip on the rocky terrain in the Trinity Alps, a report said.
A Florida fisherman recorded video of his intense tug-of-war encounter with a huge hammerhead shark determined to steal his catch last week.
A New Jersey family of four camping in Canada last week was saved from a near-fatal wolf attack after a neighboring camper jumped into action and rescued the family.
An Arizona man caught a monstrous 50-pound catfish over the weekend that measured 49 inches in length as part of a local catch and release program.
A group of fishermen were out looking for Yellowtail off the coast of San Diego when a curious orca broke off from its pod and swam over to the boat.
A woman in Texas discovered that she has a horrifying new housemate.
Now that's a bold bird.
Happy birthday, little bear – just be careful blowing out those birthday candles.
Public health officials in Oregon warned residents this week that an out-of-state visitor was bitten by a rabid bat southeast of Salem Saturday.
One Jersey Shore town is flipping the birds -- yes, plural -- to its pesky, food-snatching seagull population, and it's paying $65,000 to get the job done.
That is one tough kid.
A Vancouver woman thanked the legendary heavy metal band Metallica for saving her life after she used their song "Don't Tread on Me" to scare off a cougar in Canada on July 23.
A Maryland fisherman said his rod "went crazy" Tuesday as he reeled in a record-breaking Mahi Mahi, ousting another fish that had held the spot for over three decades.
A teenager was hospitalized after visiting the Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
The man, from New Mexico, apologized on social media, claiming his dog usually only chases rabbits and squirrels.
A massive fish has just become Minnesota’s newest urban legend.
Pennsylvania game officials are searching for whoever is responsible for the shooting death of a bald eagle whose remains were found Thursday.
They're not heeding the old adage "take only pictures, leave only footprints."