Fisherman gives C-section to dead shark, frees 98 pups into the ocean

close Video Shark video: Man cuts open and rescues 98 baby sharks A man in Victoria, Australia gave a deceased mother a spontaneous C-section during a recent fishing trip saving 98 of its pups. A man in Victoria, Australia, may have saved an entire brood of baby sharks after giving their deceased mother an impromptu C-section during a recent fishing trip. Mathew Orlov, 46, was angling off the coast of Barwon Heads when he and his fishing buddy reeled in the 8-foot-8-inch female shark. But even before hauling it into…

Tarantula burger special sold at North Carolina restaurant has legs

Bull City Burger and Brewery in Durham, North Carolina, is selling tarantula burgers for exotic meat month.  (Bull City Burger) Hungry customers began calling Bull City Burger and Brewery in Durham, North Carolina, last month in search of their famous tarantula burgers. The restaurant has been serving the eight-legged dish for the past three years in honor of exotic meat month — and this year would be no different, though the establishment pushed the date back a month. Seth Gross, owner of Bull City Burger and Brewery, began introducing exotic food,…

Paul Dunne leads Open de Espana by three as Jon Rahm stays in touch

Paul Dunne opened up a three-shot lead at the halfway stage of the Open de Espana after he fired a superb 65 on a second day of excellent scoring in Madrid. Leaderboard Open de Espana With preferred lies in operation for the second round at Centro Nacional de Golf, Dunne took advantage of the rain-softened course to card nine birdies as he hit the front on 13-under par. Paul Dunne will take a three-shot lead into the weekend Dunne’s early clubhouse lead did not come under serious threat from the…

Barcelona v Valencia: Ernesto Valverde defends Champions League exit as Barca push for La Liga record

Ernesto Valverde has won 36 and lost only four of his 51 games in charge at the Nou Camp Ernesto Valverde defended his Barcelona side’s Champions League exit as they push for the La Liga unbeaten record against Valencia on Saturday. The Catalan giants were dumped out of Europe with a shock 3-0 defeat to Roma on Tuesday night, losing on away goals after winning the home leg of their tie 4-1 last week. But domestically, Barcelona could still do a league and cup double, and are on a 38-game…

Dylan Hartley’s Northampton return delayed

Dylan Hartley reported concussion symptoms after England’s loss to Ireland Dylan Hartley continues to be sidelined by concussion after the England captain was once again ruled out of club duty for Northampton. Hartley has not played since taking a knock to the head against Ireland at Twickenham in the final round of the NatWest 6 Nations last month. The hooker will sit out another round of Aviva Premiership action after being omitted from Northampton’s squad against Leicester on Saturday. Hartley’s concussion issues remain a worry for England coach Eddie Jones,…

It’s not clear when Apple will make a cheaper HomePod

The blogs have activated, and they say a cheaper HomePod might be in the works. That sounds like a reasonable expectation. Apple would hopefully reduce its smart speaker’s price eventually, especially considering that it might be selling fewer than 10 HomePods a day in some retail locations. But still, Ming-Chi Kuo from KGI doesn’t think we should get excited about a cheaper option anytime soon. His most recent report says Apple could sell between 2–2.5 million HomePods this year, with a million of those coming from the first month’s demand.…

AI is an excuse for Facebook to keep messing up

Over the course of an accumulated 10 hours spread out over two days of hearings, Mark Zuckerberg dodged question after question by citing the power of artificial intelligence. Moderating hate speech? AI will fix it. Terrorist content and recruitment? AI again. Fake accounts? AI. Russian misinformation? AI. Racially discriminatory ads? AI. Security? AI. It’s not even entirely clear what Zuckerberg means by “AI” here. He repeatedly brought up how Facebook’s detection systems automatically take down 99 percent of “terrorist content” before any kind of flagging. In 2017, Facebook announced that…

Khloe Kardashian Had ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ Cameras Rolling During Her Birth

Getty Images It appears Keeping Up With the Kardashians fans may get an inside look into what went down during Khloe Kardashian’s delivery. Two sources close to the production of the reality series tell ET that cameras were rolling at the hospital located outside Cleveland, Ohio, where Khloe gave birth to her first child. According to the sources, small cameras were used inside the delivery room to provide some privacy when the 33-year-old reality star was in labor.  Khloe’s mother, Kris Jenner, and her two sisters, Kim Kardashian West and Kourtney Kardashian, were…

Khloe Kardashian’s BFF Malika Haqq Thanks Her For ‘My Niece’ In Sweet Message

Getty Malika Haqq will always have Khloe Kardashian’s back.  The reality star’s BFF was with her in the delivery room as she welcomed her first child with Tristan Thompson on Thursday morning, and on Friday, Haqq couldn’t help but gush over the experience.  “Right by your side,” Haqq wrote alongside a stunning black-and-white shot of Kardashian. “Congrats my love! Thank you for my niece ?.”  Fans were quick to praise the former Dash Dolls star for sticking by her friend through a particularly tumultuous time. Just days before Kardashian gave…

Final Dodge Viper and Challenger SRT Demon to be auctioned together for charity

 (Dodge) It turns out Fiat Chrysler Automobiles won’t keep the last Dodge Viper ever built for its new heritage center located in the Conner Avenue Assembly plant in Detroit, where the car rolled off the line last August. The automaker on Thursday revealed that the special Viper, a red 2017 Viper GTS, will be sold to the highest bidder at a Barrett-Jackson auction taking place in Uncasville, Connecticut from June 20-23. One hundred percent of the proceeds from the sale will go to the United Way charity organization, and to really getting the bidders…