The Best Famous Pets Funko Pops

first_img Our pets are our best friends, and it’s no different with Funko Pops. If you collect the rest of the series religiously, you should also grab all the special pets that have made our favorite movies, TV shows, books, video games, and other forms of media so memorable. Here’s a selection of some of the best and most famous pets out there in Funko Pop form. Here, boy! Here!View as: One Page Slides1. K-9 (Duck Dodgers)Even Duck Dodgers need their own pets. In this case, K-9’s got all the brains. Currently $8.78 at Amazon. Purchase Here.2. Snowball (Rick and Morty)Snowball’s got his own society to take care of now, but he’s still absolutely adorable. Currently $9.79 at Amazon. Purchase Here.3. Toothless (How To Train Your Dragon)Look into Toothless’ eyes and see yourself, just as Hiccup did. This smart and friendly dragon is the perfect companion for any Viking. Just don’t let him outsmart you. Currently $34.00 at Amazon. Purchase Here.4. Dogmeat (Fallout 4)Dogmeat is one of your only companions in the Wasteland. Keep him close. He’s a tough and good doggo. Plus in exclusive fashion, he’s actually felted and fuzzy!Currently $31.79 at Amazon. Purchase Here.5. Zero (The Nightmare Before Christmas)This ghostly little pup is sure to bring a smile to your face. Currently $14.36 at Amazon. Purchase Here.6. Gizmo (Gremlins)Mogwais might not make great pets but Gizmo is loving, adorable, and oh so fluffy. Obviously, handle with care when bringing one into your home. But if you follow the rules (water and food specifically) there’s no reason you and a Mogwai can’t live peacefully. Currently $11.99 at Amazon. Purchase Here.7. Lil Sebastian (Parks & Rec)Lil SebastianThe tiniest and most famous resident of Pawnee. Lil Sebastian is a pet to all residents of the small Indian town and is absolutely worth 5000 candles in the wind.Currently $8.80 at Amazon. Purchase Here.8. Lion (Steven Universe)Lion is cute, and you can hide stuff in his fuzzy mane! Weird! This exclusive also comes as a fuzzy King of the Jungle. Hours of petting will ensue.Currently $21.50 at Amazon. Purchase Here.9. Meeko (Pocahontas)Every Disney Princess needs a familiar and the gal of Jamestown is no different. Meeko has a heart as big as his appetite. He’d bring joy to anyone, no just royalty. Currently $10.99 at Amazon. Purchase Here.10. Snowball (Funko Secret Life of Pets Insane)The angriest and cutest bunny on the planet. Snowball is just looking to be loved again. He might be the evil mastermind behind the ‘Flushed Pets’ organization but the right human will make him trust again. Currently $28.75 at Amazon. Purchase Here.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Stay on target Toy Tuesday: The Most Fatal ‘Mortal Kombat’ ToysToy Tuesday: The Best Funko Pops last_img read more

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Great White Shark Weighing More Than 1600 Pounds Spotted Off Florida Coast

first_img Watch: Dolphin Leaps Feet Away From Unsuspecting SurferWatch: Deep-Sea Octopus ‘Billows Like a Circus Tent’ Stay on target Researchers say they have spotted Miss Costa, a 1,668-pound female great white shark, swimming in the Gulf Coast waters earlier this week.On Monday, the massive great white shark “pinged” near the Big Bend vicinity of the Gulf of Mexico at 10:34 a.m., OCEARCH, a global great white shark research organization, said in a press release. A “ping” occurs when a tagged shark’s dorsal fin breaks the surface of the water and transmits a signal to an overhead satellite, and then, the transmission sends back an approximate geolocation for tracking purposes, the Pensacola News Journal reported. These new tracks from Miss Costa could help OCEARCH gather data on white shark behavior in the Gulf of Mexico.Miss Costa, who was 12 feet, 5 inches long when she was tagged off the coast of Nantucket, Massachusetts in 2016, could be up to 15 feet long today. According to OCEARCH, the great white shark’s trip to the Florida panhandle is important, because the organization doesn’t often track big white sharks that far north into the Gulf of Mexico, especially if they’re female great white sharks. These sharks often visit the Gulf of Mexico, however, most of their activity there remains a mystery, due to a lack of data on their movements in this area. Unlike other great white sharks, Miss Costa has had quite the journey: In the past 103 days, she has traveled roughly 12,400 miles and she enjoys stopping near Florida’s Treasure Coast, the Florida Keys, and the northern area of Tampa in early April for “spring break.” The shark, which has her own Twitter account with more than 10,000 followers, was named after Costa Sunglasses, OCEARCH’s longtime partner.where am I watching #GameOfThornes tonight? oh just off the coast of the florida panhandle #panamacityway more excited for this than any shark should be…not even a little ashamed pic.twitter.com/RgVbbKtlzt— Miss Costa (@MissCostaShark) April 15, 2019Miss Costa isn’t the only popular shark that’s visited the Florida panhandle area: In April 2018, Hilton, a 1,326-pound male white shark, was found in the Gulf of Mexico, while Savannah, a 460-pound female shark, came to the Florida peninsula before she traveled to the Gulf of Mexico last January.More on Geek.com:Great White Sharks Are Terrified of Killer Whales, Study Finds Scientists Attach Cameras to White Sharks to Watch How They Hunt Their PreyFisherman Discovers Severed Shark Head Bitten Off by Even Larger Creature Previously, OCEARCH has only tracked two other large female sharks into the Gulf of Mexico. Katherine, another large white shark, was on the cusp of maturity when she was tagged at the end of 2013. In 2015, instead of returning to the Gulf, she began making wide sweeping loops out into the ocean. OCEARCH believes that between 2014 and 2015, Katherine might have reached adulthood and was expecting a baby shark, which might have caused her to change her migration movements. Miss Costa might have been about the same age as Katherine when she changed her migration flow. Miss Costa’s behavior in this area will enable OCEARCH to further study the migration patterns of adult female white sharks that swim in the North West Atlantic Ocean.last_img read more

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