He's the only known wild jaguar in the U.S., and he's finally been caught — on video.
The big cat, known as "El Jefe," (the boss), is seen prowling around a creek in the Santa Rita mountains of southern Arizona.
On December 21, which marks the turning of the Maya calendar, thousands of Maya followers of the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN) marched in silence in Mexico's southern state of Chiapas. Including a video of the march.
While most of us are chuckling over the non-happening apocalypse (and some are secretly relieved it didn't happen), the Mayans are taking the date more seriously, as they already knew the world wasn't ending today.
NASA is so confident that the Mayan Apocalypse will fail on Dec. 21 that it has released ahead of its Dec. 22 schedule, a video titled, "Why the World didn't End Yesterday." But some ask, is it unsure that anyone would see the video on Dec. 22?
The 2008 film, 'Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull', is causing problems in 2012, as a real-life "Indiana Jones" has filed a lawsuit against Lucasfilm, over the crystal skull depicted in the movie.