For his installation in The Curve, Boursier-Mougenot creates a walk-though aviary for a flock of zebra finches, furnished with electric guitars and other musical instruments. As the birds go about their routine activities, perching on or feeding from the various pieces of equipment, they create a captivating, live soundscape.
Hmm, I dunno. Is a bunch of little birds playing guitar really art? Did I serve as the model for Michalangelo's David? That was supposed to be rhetorical. But since I've piqued your interest, yes, I did. Except for the wang (I had mine thrown over my shoulder).
There was a cow born in Sterling, Connecticut with a cross on its forehead. He was nicknamed Moses by local children, but I'm still convinced he's the anti-burger.
His owner, Brad Davis, told WFSB-TV he thought the marking may be a message from above, though he is still tryin... / Continue →
And that, my friends, is where sliders come from.
A minuscule cow with a taste for contemporary music has been named the world's smallest by the Guinness World Records book.
Guinness says the sheep-sized bovine from the West Yorkshire region of northern England measures roug... / Continue →
This is Einstein, a 6-pound pinto stallion. I happen to love beans and horses, so he's a great combo. And smart (I have a dog named Einstein and he's a genius, plus rubs his rocket on my arm).
Weighing in at just six pounds, the New Hampshire-born foal may be the world's sma... / Continue →