Meet Caston, who is a Caracal cat at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park.
Caracal cats are native to Africa and live in various habitats throughout the continent. What makes them unique are their tassel like ears, which help them hunt. A Caracal cat mainly hunts off of birds and can take down a dozen birds at a time with his huge paws.
He is fed one pound a day, which allows him to be quite powerful. Caston is able to jump up to 12 feet in the air to reach a flock of birds.
Global Tiger Day is July 29th, which is a worldwide event dedicated to bring awareness to tiger conservation.
Come celebrate the park's Summer Safari, happening now until August 14.
A transient who later committed suicide was the killer of a mentally disabled Carlsbad woman whose Valentine's Day slaying went unsolved for nearly a dozen years, authorities announced Tuesday.
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Six San Diego school districts will continue to be closed Wednesday due to San Diego Gas & Electric's public safety power shut off.
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A first grade class at Saint Mary School in Escondido received new iPad cases and accessories Tuesday thanks to the Larry Himmel Neighborhood Foundation. The school's principal said the tools will help further student engagement in lessons and other education activities on the devices.
A family accused of running phony charities to help wounded vets and rescue abused horses has been ordered to pay nearly $9 million in a California state lawsuit.
The San Diego City Council voted, 5-4, Tuesday to proceed with a proposed Housing Navigation Center that will offer services and programs to help homeless residents find housing and obtain medical care, mental health treatment, job training and other supportive services.