As you can see a goose
flew right into the windshield of a car shattering the windshield, and the goose as well, from the look of it. Seeing as this happened in Golden, Colorado it makes one wonder if the goose may have been flying drunk. Where is Avians Against Drunk Fliers when you need them??
Back in the 1940s, Beth Pitt liked to take her pet fawn named "Star Messenger" on walks through New York City. As reported by The New Yorker in its Dec 6, 1941 issue
Talk story about Beth Pitt, who shares her one-room apartment on W. 58th Street with Star Messenger, a fawn. The fawn is five months old & has been with Miss Pitt since her ninth day on earth. Miss Pitt paid $75 for her at a deer farm near Catskill. A stream of minor city officials has investigated the apartment -they were looking for an elk. Miss Pitt has taught her to click her heels, salute, & perform a weaving jig. She lets her off her leash for a romp in the Park.
It was the part about letting the fawn roam off-leash in Central Park that eventually got her in trouble, landing her a $2 fine.
Alas, today's factory farming of pork precludes such luxury treatment.
For almost 20 years, the only commercial lion breeding facility (and tourist attraction) "in the world."
The Wikipedia entry.
Article from 1926.
I have no explanation for this micro-video. It might be the work of this fellow.
But whatever the source, whatever the intention, it sure is weird.