WOW BABY features Multiple Award Winning "Fiddle Player of the Year" Hunter Berry from the Grammy nominated project ALL THE RAGE - VOLUME ONE by The Queen of Bluegrass Rhonda Vincent & The Rage www.rhondavincent.com
What do the lovable Winnie the Pooh and the ferocious Tasmanian Devil have in common? Voice actor Jim Cummings! He's brought the honey-obsessed bear (and sidekick Tigger) to life for the last 30 years. And that's not to mention some 400 other credits, including the singing voice of Scar in "The Lion King," and the slithering, slimy Kaa in "The Jungle Book 2." The folks at "Great Big Story" sat down with Jim to uncover the man behind the voice, and to learn which of his iconic characters he identifies with most closely (hint: it's someone who wears a cape).
Woman Rescues Baby Ducklings With Pair Of Tongs | When this woman noticed baby ducklings stuck in a storm drain, she rallied the whole neighborhood to help get them back to their mama - and had to use a pair of tongs to get them out!
The Palos Verdes blue is an extremely rare butterfly species that can only be found in one specific area of Southern California. In the 1980s, the true blue beauty was thought to have been extinct, but in later years, was rediscovered the wild, to the shock of scientists. Although biologists have begun a breeding program to help bolster the butterfly's population, it is still considered an endangered species. With close care and nurturing, biologists hope to give this small, but mighty, butterfly a second chance at life.
In Yanagawa, Japan's "City of Water," tourists can take boat rides where they have to duck under bridges. Riding in these donkobunes, or river boats, is a historical experience because the canals were originally built by farmers for irrigation, and the boat guides sing traditional songs during the ride.
Since before she was born, Pratima Sherpa was destined to have a career in golf. Her parents met while working on one of Nepal's only golf courses - the Royal Nepal Golf Club in Kathmandu - and Pratima herself was born and raised on the green. The 18-year-old has now played in over 60 tournaments and won 35 trophies, standing as proof that golf is a sport of talent, not affluence. Now, her sights are set on a bigger stage - playing the summer Olympics as the first professional female golfer from Nepal.