The Oslo adrenaline junkie spreads his limbs wide and flies at 62 mph before bending at the waist and entering the water safely.
The colorful plumage keeps the bullies away, allowing the females more time to feed — which is crucial to their survival.
The 10-foot-long creature lived 43 million years ago; scientists named it for the Egyptian god of the dead.
The naturally curious seals, especially pups, are injured or killed when they get tangled in discarded fishing lines, study finds.
The Pentagon is racing the clock to rescue as many Afghans from harm’s way as possible. Ramstein in Germany is their first stop.