There are plenty of birds captured on Google Maps, and a lot of them are pretty funny, but it looks like this one has flown right into the camera. Unfortunately, it lost its grip on its yummy pizza crust, but we doubt that it let that meal get away for good.
Birds move so fast, and we’re shocked that the camera got such a good pic of this one. While it’s difficult for us to tell what kind of bird it is, you can see clear details, feathers, and even the bird’s feet. It’s probably helped by the light coming from the right angle.
Look Out, Boys!
A pair of well-dressed dudes are completely unaware that they have a little bit of a rodent problem. We'd love to know what in the heck is going on at the "Green Gables Heritage Place" that results in this sort of trio, but we only have so much time in the day.
One lad has an efficient outfit with pants and a polo, the other is dressed like he's just stepped out of the eighteen hundreds with some crops, and finally, there's the big hamster. We're sure there's a good explanation. But, good grief, we bet the hamster costume is very hot on the inside.
Say Hi to Rudolph
Yes, it's that time of year again – or it's always that time of year at Santa's Village. You can visit the workshop, talk with some elves, and even say hi to some friendly reindeer who would love some snacks, as the sign says.
Here's an interesting bit of trivia for you: male reindeer have antlers during the spring and summer, while female reindeer have them during the fall and winter. That means that, realistically, all of Santa's reindeer are ladies. Sure, you could make the point that there's lots of magic, but it's nice being able to ground things in science sometimes.
Most of the time, when you come upon a cat, it'll show you its rear end and then walk away – unless you have the can opener, of course.
However, this cat was far more outgoing and either came up right next to the camera to present its good side or didn't care even a little bit that a camera was coming right up next to it. We can't say it's giving the best smile, but it's a little better than the grumpy scowl most cats are pulling twenty-four-seven. It looks tired or stoned, but we bet it's friendly.
Brought Together by Science
We're rolling through Pittsburgh on the way to something else, and we came across this couple who are cuddling up in white lab coats after doing some laser studies or something like that. This whole picture is strange.
They have big red hearts over their eyes, their assistant has a hairnet or a big white wig on, and they're doing their life-changing work in a small, unlit garage. Could they have known that the Google Street View car was coming around and decided to put on a little show? Or is this just what they do every day of the week?