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Crocodile stalked New Zealand kayaker

A shocked tourist was trapped on a remote island in Australia for two weeks, because a giant crocodile trapped him there.

Kayaker saves Chicago dog stranded in Lake Michigan

Chicago - A dog in Chicago owes his life to a winter kayaker who ventured out into the frigid waters of Lake Michigan to rescue to the stranded dog.

Great White Shark Attacks Kayak, Ignores Man

Shark attacks on humans are rare, and often occur when sharks mistake a surfboard for the outline of a prey item. Similarly, in the following attack the kayak may have resembled something edible:

Florida experts monitor manatees during Gulf Oil disaster Special

Crystal River - Experts are watching the continuous flow of oil that is spilling into the Gulf of Mexico and trying to assess the ecological impact on the environment and the creatures that live in the ocean including the manatee, the gentle giant of the sea.

Kayak Buys Rival SideStep for $196 Million

Discount travel market leader acquires SideStep, their biggest rival for a cool $200 million. This news was not supposed to be released until tomorrow but leaks happened after SideStep CEO spilled the beans at a SideStep employee meeting this morning.

WAYN, Kayak Offer Cheap Flight Search

WAYN a travel social network and Kayak.com a travel search site, offer travel search services in the network.
 

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A Canadian outdoor scene represented in lights in Dufferin Island Park  during the Festival of Light...
A Canadian outdoor scene represented in lights in Dufferin Island Park, during the Festival of Lights in Niagara Falls, Canada.