Bears put breaking and entering skills to good use, action hero scientists save the Lear's Macaw from killer bees, and a walrus wakes up in an unexpected country.
A crow tampers with a crime scene - TWICE; Nikola Tesla fell in love with a pigeon, and Reddit asks if you are liable if your murder of crows commits crow murder.
A lizard has the #1 record for largest #2; the skydiving beavers of 1948 teaches kids about white colonization and urban sprawl; the monkey who killed a sitting king.
Melissa reviews all the creatures we talked about in a not-so-classic retelling of Clement Clarke Moore's, "''Twas the Night Before Christmas"
Today, Melissa dives in to explore other customs, like the "Boomers" who pull Santa's sled in Australia; how a video game about animals has given a place for practicing Muslims to find community in a pandemic, and what a confused Rooster has to do with Christmas in the Philippines.