Someone found one on their broom, and the Internet is freaking out. Now, the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department says it's not harmful to humans. "The redheaded centipede often feeds on lizards, snakes and toads, according to TPWD. As for its South American relatives, those are big and powerful enough to leap into the air and catch flying bugs and even, in some reported cases, bats."
Check out this Texas-sized centipede at Garner State Park in the Hill Country. It's called a Texas Redhead and is known to prey on lizards and toads. Here's more http://bit.ly/TxRedhead
The US women's soccer team beat Japan for the World Cup Sunday by a score of 5-2—and four of the those goals came in the first 16 minutes. Yea, that's when Carli Lloyd decided to go 'beast mode' and score 3 of them, including one from mid-field! Oh and Carli notched the 1st hat trick in Women's World Cup final history. Boom.
What a win for Team USA! Great game @CarliLloyd! Your country is so proud of all of you. Come visit the White House with the World Cup soon.
The win is particularly sweet for the Americans, who lost to Japan in penalty kicks in the 2011 World Cup final. The USA wins its first Women's World Cup since 1999, and becomes the first team EVER to win tournament three times. U-S-A!