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If you’ve ever wanted to get up close and personal with animals that can’t be found in zoos, here’s your chance. The International Exotic Animal Sanctuary in Boyd is home to some of the most unique exotic and/or endangered animals in the world – and you have the opportunity to meet them. (Photos via Facebook/ieasanimals) The sanctuary includes lions, tigers, bears (oh my!), bobcats, cougars, jaguars, and other exotic species. The primary goal of IEAS is to educate the public through lectures, school programs abd conservation support, in order to ensure the future of these majestic beings. They even have an...

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BRYAN, Texas -- The Brazos County Sheriff's office confirms a body was dumped on the side of the road in Bryan Friday morning, after a hearse was stolen.   Around 5:30 Friday morning police responded to the McDonald's on Highway 21 in Bryan for a report of a stolen vehicle.  Apparently, a funeral home employee left the hearse with a body inside unattended, when a suspect got in and drove away.   (Cont'd Below) At some point, the body was dumped near Dick Elliott Road and Tabor Road.  That's where a delivery truck driver spotted the body, still on a...

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An alligator is likely dead after it was run over by three drivers earlier this morning in northeast Harris County.The wrecker driver who was called to help remove the alligator from the roadway told Eyewitness News the beast is at least 10 feet long. (Cont'd Below) Deputies reported to the scene on Lockwood, just south of Beltway 8, to make sure no one else hit the animal. The alligator appears to be dead, but that has not been confirmed.Via Reporter Foti Kallergis with ABC 13

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A former president logged one of the funniest on-camera moments in some time last night and it lasted all of two seconds tops.  On Wednesday night at a Phillies and Rangers game in Arlington at Globe Life Park, former president George W. Bush briefly photobombed (or is it videobombed?) Fox Sports Southwest reporter Emily Jones as he was making his way to his seat at the stadium.  (Cont'd Below) Jones was reporting on the game when the former leader of the free world, now 70 years old, gave her a quick shout, a little "Hey!" and barely stopping behind her. Fans...

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