1. Hens Can Spontaneously Become Roosters It’s called sex reversal. While it’s not common, it’s a real thing. Not only that, but an Italian rooster apparently decided that it would be advantageous to be a hen, and so began laying eggs.
Max and August often wonder what animals they can legally have as pets, namely woodchucks, bears, ocelots, and squirrels.
Sure, I said, citing steak tartare. Then Max asked “what about chicken?”
Would that be illegal? What about killing a bald eagle in a “stand your ground” state?
According to Reuters, the legalization of marijuana in Washington State has created an issue for farmers: what to do with the plant byproducts of cultivation such as stems, roots, and leaves.
What happens when Animal Lawyer is retained to sue Defendant Dingo? A comic by Albert Wang
It’s almost refreshing to have a blast from the past like Octomom in the news—that is, the strange legal news
Can’t a nice lady just massage a horse for a few bucks without having to sue someone for the right to do it? If you’re Mercedes Clemens, the answer, apparently, is “no.” Clemens, a certified massage therapist for humans, is claiming that the state of Maryland is “keeping her from her first love [of] massaging…