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Dino Update: Louisville’s Triceratops Once a Traveling Celebrity

We noted in June that the dinosaur once located behind the Louisville Science Center was found three-and-a-half years later hiding out in Park Hill,...

Downtown’s Derelict Dinosaur Found Hiding Out in Park Hill

Way back in the winter of 2008, we brought you breaking news about the disappearance of a large, blue dinosaur from downtown. The large...

Elephant-Only Train Service Begins in Louisville

This just in! Elephant-only train service now available in Louisville. A tipster sent us this great series of photos detailing the new Elephant Rapid...

Butchertown’s Blue Elephants

Move over red penguins. Butchertown has blue elephants! In other fake animal news, the giant pink snails are moving at just such a pace...

What’s A City Without Giant Pink Snails?

In what could be a scene from Doctor Dolittle, a truck load of giant pink snails was spotted heading into Louisville today on Interstate...
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Video: More On The Chickens Of Possibility City

http://i.cdn.turner.com/cnn/.element/apps/cvp/3.0/swf/cnn_416x234_embed.swf?context=embed&videoId=us/2009/12/26/ky.urban.chickens.wave After reporting on December 17 about two lost chickens in Nulu, readers wrote in to proclaim their love of urban chickens. It seems the...

Strange Sighting: Emu On Bardstown Road

Spotted on the corner of Bardstown Road and Eastern Parkway: an emu? Or is it perhaps an ostrich? Either way, what's up? Animals, it...

Airport Pet Hotel & Resort Put On Hold

Another high profile hotel project sits languishing on the sidelines. Sadly, a request for proposals for a "pet hotel and resort" near the Louisville...

Checking In With Louisville’s Wild Side At The Zoo

The Louisville Zoo continues to move forward with its Glacier Run exhibit area. Initial phases have already opened, including a splash park, but the...