Animals

Underwater Pumpkin Carving at National Aquarium Aims to Help Children Understand Importance of ‘Scary’ Animals

Families flocked to the National Aquarium in Baltimore for its “Hallowmarine” celebration

Welcome to Washington’s “Catfe”

How about some whiskers with that latte? We know just the place in Washington.

Mastodon Stands Tall in New Baltimore Exhibit

A replica mastodon skeleton and an historic painting of the discovery of the animal are now on display at the Maryland Historical Society.

K-9 GRADUATION: Eight four-legged crime fighters join the MSP

Eight K-9 dogs officially joined the Maryland State Police and their main mission is homeland security.

More Than 1 in 10 Americans Plan to Dress Up a Pet for Halloween

Halloween gives people an excuse to wear costumes — and dress up their pets. Almost 13 percent of Americans will put a costume on their pet this Halloween, according to National Retail Federation survey data.

National Geographic Investigator Details Wildlife Trafficking

An investigative reporter and National Geographic fellow Bryan Christy discussed wildlife trafficking and other issues at a special event hosted by the magazine.

Warrior Canine Connection Eases Veterans’ Struggles with Help From Four-Legged Friends

The Warrior Canine Connections offers service dogs trained by veterans, for veterans.

Animals Inspire a Career for a Young Entrepreneur

Daisy Creel, a 10-year-old Montgomery County student, started her own business after combining her passion for animals and interest in the EOS brand chap stick.

Local Woman Provides Pet Food For Those in Need

A Baltimore County woman is making a huge difference for pet owners by operating a pet food bank. Thankful Paws provides cat and dog food for elderly and homeless pet owners.