Have you ever heard of abuse by a goose?
A flying Styrofoam replica of an iceberg, used in the filming of the eighth The Fast and the Furious movie on lake Mývatn, literally scared a horse in the area to death yesterday.
A white-tailed eagle, found injured Wednesday in Snæfellsnes, West Iceland, was transported to Reykjavík Family Park and Zoo yesterday morning.
Thick neck, handsome head, and broad shoulders, full of flesh; those are qualities which make you eligible in Iceland.
Three cats alerted a woman when fire erupted in an apartment at Ásbrú in Reykjanesbær, Southwest Iceland, this morning.
Three stowaways were discovered on board a Danish ship which came from Belgium to Siglufjörður, North Iceland, last Thursday.
Three dogs have been on the loose on and around Mosfellsheiði heath outside Reykjavík since mid-June, where sheep were grazed in the summer, and killed 65 sheep from seven farms in Mosfellsdalur, Þingvallasveit and Ölfus. Many more are missing.
An uninvited visitor entered, closed the door behind him, ruffled feathers for hours, left one hen dead, and left the scene flying.
A member of the police force in Borgarnes, West Iceland, has been given notice because of budget cuts.
Every fourth Icelandic horse in Denmark is too fat, according to a new study, and obesity is a large problem among the Icelandic horse in Denmark.
An inspection of Icelandic pig farms, done last year by the Icelandic Food and Veterinary Authority (MAST), shows that in some cases sows are kept in such narrow stalls that they can’t stretch their legs.
Last night, the ICE-SAR teams of Kjalarnes and Mosfellsbær were called out to save a horse in trouble.
The skeleton of a blue whale, which was found beached at Skagi in Northwest Iceland in 2010, will be put on display at the Húsavík Whale Museum. Representatives of the Icelandic Museum of Natural History (NMSÍ) have expressed their disapproval with the decision.
The number of fin whales and humpback whales in the North Atlantic has increased, while the number of minke whales in inshore areas has gone down.
The Reykjavík Metropolitan Police received an unusual callout shortly before 6:00 am yesterday: a seal pup was hanging out at Laugardalur camping ground. Some tourists had come across the pup on their morning walk.
Yesterday evening, a group of tourists on a whale watching trip near Grótta, just off the Reykjavík coast, together with their guide forged an inter-species friendship with an extraordinarely social minke whale.
An Icelandic family traveling in the West Fjords spotted an unusual creature near the bird cliff Látrabjarg yesterday.