Monday, July 21, 2014

"Come Next Monday", K.T Oslin of K.T., K.T. Oslin

Quicksand Will Kill You

Jennifer Lopez Has Water Mite Named After Her

Water mite Litarachna lopezae. Pic Vladimir

J.Lo must be feeling flattered. Pic: Vladimir Pesic
A group of scientists have named a new species of water mite after Jennifer Lopez after listening to her music while doing their research.
The biologists made the discovery while in Puerto Rico, where the Bronx-born singer has roots.
Vladimir Pesic, from the University of Montenegro, said the newly baptised Litarachna lopezae mite was found on a coral reef in Mona Passage, a treacherous body of water that separates Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic.
"The reason behind the unusual choice of name for the new species is ... simple: J.Lo's songs and videos kept the team in a continuous good mood when writing the manuscript and watching World Cup Soccer 2014," said Mr Pesic
He called it a small token of gratitude for the singer of hits such as Ain't It Funny, I Luh Ya Papi and his personal favourite, All I Have...Continue reading...

Ohio village says veteran's therapy ducks aren't allowed

Darin Welker holds one of his ducks at his West Lafayette home. Welker has 14 ducks that he uses for therapy. Welker served in Iraq with the Army National Guard and suffered an injury in 2005 and is recovering from back surgery that he had in 2012. In May, the village of West Lafayette told him that he cannot have the ducks on his property, under city law. Trevor Jones/Tribune
Written by Kate Snyder:
WEST LAFAYETTE — Darin Welker is facing a citation and a hearing in Coshocton Municipal Court for owning 14 ducks, as they are in violation of a village ordinance.
Welker, who lives on Grandview Street in West Lafayette, was cited June 23 with a minor misdemeanor. He said he uses the ducks for therapy after being wounded in 2005 in Iraq and should be allowed to keep them.
Welker said he has a letter from the Mental Health Department of the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs recommending he keep the ducks...Continue reading, video...

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Obama Signs $11 Billion Arms Deal with Hamas’s Greatest Ally - video

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Friday, July 18, 2014

Family pit bull credited for saving boy’s life during house fire

family-pit-bull by INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (WXIN) — A Southport boy is alive thanks to his pit bull that woke him up from a nap when his house caught fire, FOX 59 reported.
Nick Lamb, 13, was born without the ability to hear, so the smoke alarms couldn’t wake him up, but his two-and-a-half year old pit bull Ace did. This isn’t just a story about the bond between a boy and his dog.
“Comes in my room a lot, and likes to play with me, and then, we also play out in the backyard sometimes, too,” said Nick.
In Nick’s eyes, Ace is a hero.
“Yeah, he saved my life,” Nick said. “I love him a lot more.”..Read more:

Andrei Anghel identified as Canadian on downed Malaysian plane

By The Canadian Press, Postmedia News:

canadianvictimmalaysiaAnghel, 24, was attending medical school in Romania

AJAX, Ont. — A 24-year-old Ontario medical student was among the 298 people killed when a Malaysia Airlines plane was downed over Ukraine, his family said Friday.
Andrei Anghel was studying in Romania but was travelling to Bali on that flight for a vacation, his father Sorin Anghel said.
“We got the information that the flight was shot down and we knew that he took that flight so we just assumed. Later we got the confirmation, from actually Durham police came here and they gave us the official,” Anghel said, trailing off.
The airline has said at least one Canadian was on board the Amsterdam-to-Kuala Lumpur flight that was brought down Thursday.
U.S. intelligence officials have said a surface-to-air missile downed the plane in an area in eastern Ukraine controlled by pro-Russian separatists, but they did not speculate on who fired it...Continue reading...

Breaking News: Jaws in Lake Ontario

By Dave Conley: It's summer so that means that shark sightings are on the rise in the oceans... but in Lake Ontario? Isn't that a fresh water lake? Yes, but, being one of the great lakes it empties into the St. Lawrence river which eventually empties out into the Atlantic ocean. Some say it is possible for a shark to swim upstream and live in fresh water temporarily, a Great White wouldn't be able to survive but the Great Lake could certainly become home to a Bull Shark, who has the ability to breathe and maneuver quite well in fresher waters. Bull Sharks are actually much more aggressive and hostile than the usually and widely feared Great White. Not that it matters, really. I wouldn't want to swim into either of them without a huge honkin'...Continue reading...

Thursday, July 17, 2014

BLACKBERRY SMOKE, "Ain't Got the Blues"

[happy dog]Blackberry Smoke

10,000-year-old rock paintings depicting aliens and UFOs found in Chhattisgarh

CHARAMA (Chhattisgarh): Chhattisgarh state department of archaeology and culture plans to seek help from Nasa and Isro for research on 10,000-year-old rock paintings depicting aliens and UFOs in Charama region in Kanker district in tribal Bastar region.

According to archaeologist JR Bhagat, these paintings have depicted aliens like those shown in Hollywood and Bollywood flicks. Located about 130km from Raipur, the caves come under village Chandeli and Gotitola.

"The findings suggest that humans in prehistoric times may have seen or imagined beings from other planets which still create curiosity among people and researchers. Extensive research is needed for further findings. Chhattisgarh presently doesn't have any such expert who could give clarity on the subject," Bhagat told TOI.

How a B.C. native band went from poverty to prosperity

We’re a horse culture, and we’d like to get the inmates working with horses. I think it would be good for them to be outside, learning to deal with these beautiful animals that depend on them every day for food and exercise.

Clarence Louie

The Osoyoos Indian Band is arguably the most business-minded First Nation in Canada. So what’s the secret to their success?
The first thing that strikes you about the Osoyoos Indian Band is the postcard setting of its reserve. Deep in British Columbia’s southern Okanagan, it’s surrounded by weathered mountains and mirrored lakes. This is the hottest and driest part of Canada, a northern extension of the Sonoran Desert, where rattlesnakes inhabit sagebrush canyons and noonday summer temperatures can hit 38 C.

The Osoyoos Indian Reserve, in British Columbia's southern Okanagan, spans some 32,000 acres.
The second striking thing about the Osoyoos Indian Band is that it’s not poor. In fact, it’s arguably the most prosperous First Nation in Canada, with virtually no unemployment among the band’s 520 members. Job-seekers from elsewhere flock in to work at the band’s businesses, which last year saw $26 million in revenue and $2.5 million in net profits. Meanwhile, the reserve’s impressive school teaches native heritage and the Okanagan language.
The third singular thing about the Osoyoos Indian Band is its hard-ass leader, Chief Clarence Louie. If you ask for an appointment, he sets the tone right off the top. “Be here at 9 o’clock sharp,” he texts. “No Indian time.”...Continue reading...

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Giant, 10-foot earthworm found!

Large crater appears at the 'end of the world'

By The Siberian Times reporter:  Mysterious 'gigantic' hole in remote region spotted by helicopters over gas-rich Yamal peninsula.
  The striking puncture in the earth is believed to be up to 80 metres wide but its depth is not estimated yet. A scientific team has been sent to investigate the hole and is due to arrive at the scene on Wednesday.
  The cause of its sudden appearance in Yamal - its name means the 'end of the world' in the far north of Siberia - is not yet known, though one scientific claim is that global warming may be to blame.
  There is additionally speculation it could be caused by a space object - perhaps a meteorite - striking earth or that it is a sinkhole caused by collapsing rock beneath the hole caused by as yet unknown factors.
  The giant hole appeared close to a forest some 30 kilometres from Yamal's biggest gas field Bovanenkovo.   Experts are confident that a scientific explanation will be found for it and that it is not - as one web claim suggested - evidence 'of the arrival of a UFO craft' to the planet...Continue reading...

A sudden hail storm in Novosibirsk (Russia)

Doyle Rice,USA TODAY
A sudden hail storm smashed the quiet of a day at the beach in the large Siberian city of Novosibirsk, Russia, on Saturday.
Two small children were killed by the hailstorm, though they were apparently not on the beach in this video.
As temperatures reached 98 degrees that afternoon, according to AccuWeather, a powerful thunderstorm unleashed heavy rain, damaging winds and large hail on beachgoers along the Ob River.
Some of the hailstones were the size of golf balls and hen eggs, according to a report from the Siberian Times.

Monday, July 14, 2014

Phil Collins - Another Day In Paradise

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Chasing Orwell’s Ghost - ROADS & KINGDOMS

I had come to Jura, a remote island on Scotland’s west coast, to find the solitude George Orwell had sought 65 years earlier to finish his classic, Nineteen Eighty-Four. Having been brought up in the Scottish countryside myself and subjected to both its unconscionable boredom and inexplicable beauty, I was interested to find out why a writer, who according to biographer Jeffery Meyers “hated Scotland”, chose to live in the part of the country most essential to its identity-the Highlands. I also wanted to understand why a man so accustomed to city life had come to an inaccessible island of only 190 souls to find inspiration for a novel about totalitarianism in an urbanised state—why a writer at the peak of his celebrity ensconced himself in an austere farmhouse hidden in an inhospitable Scottish landscape...Read story here.

This Canadian Leader Just Did What Obama Should Have Done But Didn’t Have The Guts To Do

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As Israeli soldiers defend their country from ongoing violence in the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper offered support for the besieged nation. In an effort to combat the continuing attacks from Palestinian enemies, Israel’s army conducted a mission last week consisting of ground troops and air strikes that left at least 160 dead.
“The indiscriminate rocket attacks from Gaza on Israel are terrorist acts for which there is no justification,” he said in a recent statement.
The Canadian Press reports he went on to affirm that Hamas is “deliberately using human shields” as the terror group escalates violence in the region. Harper called on other nations to join him in coming to Israel’s defense.
“Failure by the international community to condemn these reprehensible actions would encourage these terrorists to continue their appalling actions,” he said. “Canada calls on its allies and partners to recognize that these terrorist acts are unacceptable and that solidarity with Israel is the best way of stopping the conflict.”
Harper called on Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to disarm Hamas terrorists in the pursuit of some semblance of peace in the embattled region. Abbas, however, has recently gone to the United Nations to seek protection for his people...Continue reading..


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Saturday, July 12, 2014

Family cat returns home after 13 years

Missing Shelby in 2014 (left) and in 2011 (right). Photo: Supplied [link]
Cheryl Santa Maria
Digital Reporter
If Shelby the cat could talk, she'd have some interesting stories to tell.
In 2001, the cat vanished from her home in Victoria, Australia. Owner Paula Harper-Adams thought she was long gone -- until Shelby showed up on her porch 13 years later.
"I was convinced I was crazy, but I took a photo of the cat’s face, in case anyone ­responded to my Facebook post (for a missing animal), and left," Paula told the Geelong Advertiser.
"I half joked that if I could find a photo of Shelby, I’d be back (to compare). Well, I went home and, like a woman possessed, searched through box after box until I found the photo I was looking for, Shelby. I took the photo back to the vet and the girls had a good look over her and the photo before coming back and ­announcing to me in the waiting room: ‘She is your cat.’ ’’
Shelby is now seventeen years old and settling back into domestic life. The Cat Came Back - [Rockabilly-1956] by Sonny James on Grooveshark!/search?q=the+cat+came+back

13 Awesome Things You Didn't Know Were Made in Canada. Reader's Digest Canada

Forget Labatt’s beer and maple syrup. Canadians have created plenty of awesome and strange stuff, and here are 13 things you probably didn’t know were proudly made in Canada.
By Lucy Izon:
Photo: Thinkstock

    While hockey players and great beer may be Canada’s favourite exports, there are actually tons of great Canadian products used around the world every day. And while everybody knows the telephone was invented in Canada, how many people know that 95 per cent of the world’s Lentils come from Saskatchewan, or that we make more submarines than most countries combined? Check out this strange and surprising list of Canada’s most fascinating exports, and let us know what we forgot in the comment section below... 13 awesome things you didnt know were made canada

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Ludwig van Beethoven, Beethoven’s Opera Fidelio. German Text, with an English Translation [1805]

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Israel vs. Hamas, Day Two

Israel vs. Hamas, Day Two
John Hayward
: We have a lot of domestic issues on our plate in the United States, but we should take a moment to monitor what’s happening to our ally Israel – not only because Israel is our ally, but because civilized people should always take interest in a struggle against murderous barbarians.  And that is what this is all about.  It’s always been what the Israeli struggle against terrorism was about.  It’s civilization vs. anti-civilization.  There are Palestinians who very much want to take civilization’s side in this struggle, but the barbarians are running the show.  Maybe this time they’ll be defeated thoroughly enough for something better to rise in their place...Continue reading...

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Saskatchewan tornado photobombs couple’s wedding pics

 Global News: WATCH: A photographer capturing a Saskatchewan couple on their wedding day snapped an image that won’t soon be forgotten—a tornado in the background. Mike Armstrong has the story.

Me And Bobby McGee by Janis Joplin

Janis and George in Janis's bedroom at 892 Noe Street, San Francisco

Earthquakes; Real-time & Historical Earthquake Information

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Mysterious Human-Created Structures Are Older Than The Amazon Rainforest

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Hantavirus causes death of Saskatchewan resident - CBC News

Hantavirus can be transmitted to humans through infected deer mice droppings.
CBC News:
A Saskatchewan resident has died after contracting hantavirus, the health ministry says.
Officials said it's the province's first fatal case of hantavirus in 2014.
The death occurred in an adult from the southern part of the province, the ministry said. No other details about the victim were immediately available.
The virus is transmitted by breathing in contaminated airborne particles from the droppings, urine and saliva of infected deer mice.
There have been 27 reported cases of Saskatchewan people getting sick from hantavirus since 1994. In nine cases, death resulted.
The average number of cases per year ranges from zero to four.

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Amazing Night Sky Photos for May 2014 (Stargazing Gallery)

By Staff:           Photos here...

Fish-eating spiders discovered worldwide: Study

by editor:
WASHINGTON, June 19: Researchers say spiders from at least eight different families can prey on small fish and “fishing spiders” are probably geographically widespread, occurring on all continents except Antarctica.
Spiders are traditionally viewed as predators of insects but in recent years, researchers have become increasingly aware that spiders are not exclusively insectivorous and certain larger-sized species might supplement their insect diet by occasionally catching small vertebrate prey.
Xinhua news agency reports in the new study, Martin Nyffeler of University of Basel, Switzerland and Bradley Pusey of University of Western Australia gathered and documented numerous incidents of spiders predating fish from all around the world.
According to their systematic review, spiders from as many as five families have been observed predating on small fish in the wild and three more families contain species that catch fish under laboratory conditions.
These so called semi-aquatic spiders typically dwell at the fringes of shallow freshwater streams, ponds or swamps, the researchers said...Continue reading...

Monday, June 23, 2014

Marc Emery’s not done yet 'Prince of Pot' eager to take up legalization fight after release from U.S. prison

By Ishmael N. Daro, Marc Emery’s not done yet

Marc Emery smoking a joint among marijuana plants. The self-styled "Prince of Pot" is returning to Canada this summer following a five-year prison sentence in the U.S. for selling seeds.

Photograph by: supplied ,

   Marc Emery wakes up having only gotten a few good hours of sleep.
   He used to sleep in until much later, but here in the the medium-security prison, they expect your bed made “military style” by 8 a.m. He shares the seven-by-12-foot cell with another inmate, and he considers himself lucky for that. Half the inmates are crammed into three-person cells. He’s already missed breakfast, usually nothing more than oatmeal and an apple or banana. They used to serve grapefruit and oranges with breakfast but too many inmates were making their own illicit alcohol, so now there’s no more citrus fruits.
   The rest of his day is predictable. Work for several hours, reading, maybe some TV and lockup by 9:40.  The lights go off at 10 p.m., after which he continues reading with a nightlight for a while before falling into an uneasy sleep.
   This has been Emery’s routine for much of the last five years, a boring existence for a brash pot activist who was never far from the spotlight or from controversy while still a free man. A man who built a small media empire to promote his cause, relished smoking enormous joints in public and fiercely denounced those who crossed him, once even calling a Liberal justice minister “a Nazi Jew.” (He later apologized.)...Continue reading...

A Nervous Mother Watches As 'Clark County Fire District 3' Rescue Her Trapped Baby!

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"On the Morning of May 18th 2011 my wife noticed a deer in our yard that appeared to be franticly looking for something in the rocks that form a wall on property line in Brush Prairie WA. When we first went out with our neighbors, we didn't see anything but the deer wouldn't leave our yard. We went back to our house and watched after a few minutes the deer came back.

We went out to the area the deer was concentrating on and could hear a baby fawn crying in the rocks. We moved some of the rocks and smaller boulders and saw baby fawn's face in the rocks. He had apparently fallen in our crawled in through one of the gaps and was now trapped. The larger boulders were too heavy to move and we didn't want to have the rocks cave in on the baby deer.
We finally called our Clark County Fire District 3. The B Shift team came out and they were able to move the larger rocks out of the way with the Jaws of Life enough to be able to reach in a pull the baby fawn out and reunited it with its momma. The fawn was probably stuck in their most of the night quickly went on to nurse off its momma. One of our neighbors took some video clips of the fire department's rescue. I edited the clips into this short clip. After sharing it with some friend they thought that it was just too cute not to share with more people so my neighbor agreed to let me upload the final clip."

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

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A feisty flock of 100,000 ducks caused chaos as it blocked up a busy road in Thailand.
The noisy birds stopped traffic as they descended en masse down the road in Nakhon Pathom on Saturday.
Jack Saranthat caught the astonishing scenes on camera.
His incredible footage shows wave after wave of the quacking birds swarming the entire carriageway.
"I'm not sure why these ducks are in revolt. You can see the great mass of ducks swarming on the road. They have now occupied the area entirely," the Bangkok Post translates him as saying...Read more:

Cat Goes Postal on Mailman

Viral Video of Week: Another Nike World Cup Hit

Nike’s got another World Cup themed viral hit  – the athletic gear maker’s latest video in its “Risk Everything” campaign has garnered more than 51.6 million views in just one week, according to Visible Measures.
The five-and-a-half minute long animated commercial, entitled “The Last Game,” pits cloned soccer players against the human team of soccer superstars like Cristiano Ronaldo, Wayne Rooney and Neymar. In the end, the spot reminds viewers that risk taking is essential to winning the big game...

Israel Will Go to War as Islamic Fascism Spreads

Scenes like this ISIS execution remind Israelis of the Nazi genocide By Alan Caruba:
The Israelis are ready to go to war even if the United States is not.

The news out of the Middle East reflects how President Obama’s policies have led to an Islamic terrorist takeover of huge swaths of Syria and Iraq. No nation watches these events more closely than Israel. On June 6 the chief of the Israeli Defense Forces, Lt. Gen. Benny Gantz cryptically remarked that the IDF is gearing up to address the growing numbers of terrorist forces on its border with Syria. He noted Iraq as well for good measure.

When Israel is in the news, it is usually because it is under attack or responding to one. The only other times have been news of “peace talks” between it and the Palestinian Authority (PA), but none of those talks over decades has ever achieved peace because, as the diplomatic community knows, the Palestinians do not want it.

Most recently, the PA announced “unity” with Hamas, a Palestinian organization that all nations identify as terrorist. As Efraim Inbar, the director of the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies and a fellow of the Middle East Forum, recently noted, “As long as the military branch of Hamas remains independent, there is no Palestinian unity.”

Why the PA would engage in this charade is known only to them. There are no advantages in it because they do not gain any presence in the Gaza Strip, the home to Hamas. As far as the U.S. and Europe are concerned, says Inbar, “the establishment of a real, stable Palestinian state (is) more unlikely than ever.” Hamas has already asserted itself by kidnapping three teenagers, one of whom is an American...Continue reading... Related: Israel has 80 of the world's nuclear warheads

Bear alert for Trans-Canada Highway

By: Cathy Ellis: 
This black bear spent the night up a tree along the Trans-Canada Highway near Banff.A scared black bear has been up a tree in the middle of the Trans-Canada Highway east of Banff for well over 24 hours, prompting wildlife experts to warn motorists to drive carefully and obey all signs and speed limits.
A cinnamon-coloured black bear made its way onto the highway around 8 a.m. on Monday (June 16) near Carrot Creek, and when wildlife crews opened a gate to try to get it to safety, another black bear got onto the highway.
Parks Canada and RCMP temporarily shut down the highway to keep both bears safe. They managed to haze one of the bruins back to the other side of the wildlife fence, while the other scampered up a tree in the median between the east and westbound lanes.
Parks officials say the animal is stressed and there are no plans to tranquilize or handle the animal...Continue reading...

Family wants birth certificate changed. Alberta decision gives mom hope.

By Charles Hamilton, The Starphoenix, With Canadian Press Files: Family wants birth certificate changed

Renn Forsberg's mother Fran wants her transgender daughter's birth certificate to reflect the fact she identifies as female despite being born male.

Photograph by: Liam Richards, The Canadian Press , The Starphoenix, With Canadian Press Files

Fran Forsberg wants the Saskatchewan government to take a cue from Alberta and allow her transgender daughter to alter the sex designation on her birth certificate.
"I've been told so many times, 'It takes time.' But in the meantime we have children that are taking their own lives. The humiliation, the bullying," Forsberg said in an interview.
Forsberg says her daughter Renn was born male, but began to express herself as a girl around the age of three. These days, Renn, 6, wears girl's clothes and prefers the female pronoun.
Without sex-reassignment surgery, she is unable to get the gender on her Saskatchewan birth certificate changed.
"Renn has said right from the time she could verbalize that she is a girl. Who am I to say that she is not? You have to listen to our children," Forsberg said.
Her renewed complaint comes on the heels of an Alberta decision earlier this week to grant a 12-year-old transgender boy a new birth certificate that recognizes him as male.
Wren Kauffman had filed a complaint with the Alberta Human Rights Commission over the inability to change the sex on his birth certificate.
Kauffman was presented with the new document on Sunday in Edmonton during
a Pride festival brunch hosted by the city's mayor. An Alberta judge had ruled that the Alberta law dealing with birth certificates violates the rights of transgender people.
Forsberg has also filed a human rights complaint over Saskatchewan's requirement for sex to be listed on birth certificates. Since then, she has heard nothing from provincial officials, she said.
In a written statement, Saskatchewan Justice Minister Gordon Wyant said he is still waiting on the human rights commission ruling and he does not know when that ruling will be made.
Forsberg wants the province to act now and not wait for the human rights commission to issue a ruling. Unlike the Alberta case, she wants gender removed entirely from birth certificates.
While she has "taken heat" for her decision to speak publicly about Renn's case, she believes it's for the best, she said.
"We have nothing to be ashamed of. If you are going to keep something hidden, nothing is going to change. This is not just about my daughter."
In the 1970s, most provinces changed their laws so people could change their birth certificates after sex reassignment surgery. The revision left out transgender children, because people must be at least 18 for the surgery.
Ontario revised its law following a human rights tribunal ruling in 2012 that declared it discriminatory to require an actual sex change operation for a transgender woman to switch to female from male on her birth certificate.
That province now allows a change with a note from a doctor or psychologist testifying to a person's "gender identity," but the province set a minimum age of 18 and said it needed more time to consider the issue.

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Spirit Bear, 'A Last Good Bye' - Laura Sample in Canadian Wildlife Photography

After 2 days and over 5 ½ hours of observing the beautiful Spirit Bear, we are both leaving the area. He paused, turned for a final look as I took the last photo. We both went our own way.
  • Camera: NIKON D7100
  • Focal: 150 mm
  • Shutter speed: 1/400 sec

  • Aperture: f/5.6
  • ISO: 3200

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Sunday, June 15, 2014

Doris Day, "When You're Smiling"

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'It looked like a shark': Teen catches massive sturgeon in B.C. Staff:
A U.S. teen who was fishing near a southern British Columbia community this week will likely be bragging about his recent catch for years to come, after he successfully reeled in a 3.5-metre long, 399-kilogram white sturgeon.
Paul Jarvis, 19, who was fishing in Fraser River, near Hope, B.C., with his father and a sport-fishing guide on Thursday, said he was shocked when he saw the monster-sized sturgeon emerge from the water.
"The second we set the hook, it jumped out of the water towards us, so it looked like a shark jumping out to something," Jarvis told CTV Vancouver on Saturday...Continue reading...