These stories are worth a click

By People Staff
Updated February 09, 2012 04:00 PM

These stories are worth a click:

As Denver TV news anchor Kyle Dyer was petting a rescued mastiff in a live segment, she was bitten in the face by the dog, who has since been quarantined. Dyer underwent reconstructive surgery and is in fair condition. –

Killer whales won’t be getting constitutional rights and be protected from slavery now that a federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed against SeaWorld by PETA. –

The raven that inspired Edgar Allen Poe’s famous work actually belonged to Charles Dickens, and was preserved by a taxidermist upon its death. It is now being shown in an exhibit at the Philadelphia Public Library. –Blastr

Scientists have discovered that the calls of the Philippine tarsier are so high-pitched, they can’t be heard by humans. “It turns out that it’s not silent. It’s actually screaming and we had no idea.” –Mother Nature Network