(CNN)I don’t know about you, but I’m glad it’s the weekend. Time to sit back, relax and enjoy some of the weirdest, wackiest, wildest stories of the week — such as how a skinny-dipper may have killed an extremely rare fish, why a turtle crossed the road but didn’t quite make it, and another example of a spectacular selfie fail.
Posted: NO SWIMMING… no, seriously
You know how it is. You wanna blow off a little steam on a Saturday night, so you and your buds have a few beers, shoot a few rabbits and break into a wildlife refuge. NBD, amiright? So these three guys broke into Devils Hole
, a protected area in Death Valley National Park, on April 30 — all part of a night of drinking and shooting rabbits, police said. One of them went skinny-dipping in the only habitat for one of the world’s rarest fish — the Devils Hole pupfish — and his adventure was caught on camera. A dead pupfish was found near where the men left some beer cans and dirty boxers. They’re now facing federal charges, the Nye County Sheriff’s Office said.
80-year-old has nine babies… no, seriously
Nigrita the tortoise, 80, recently hatched nine baby tortoises at the Zurich Zoo in Switzerland
, the product of her union with her young (54-year-old) lover, Jumbo. You might think 80 sounds old, but Galapagos tortoises can live to be 150 years old, so in human terms, Nigrita might just be considered a cougar. Of the tortoise variety.
Read more: http://www.cnn.com/2016/05/14/us/well-this-is-odd-may-14-trnd/index.html