UNDATED (CNN) - He's no Shamu, but a mischievous sea lion certainly was the highlight of one family's trip to sea world. To the delight of the children watching, he managed to jump from some rocks out of his enclosure and make a break for it down the visitors' walkway. Sookeepers managed to capture the little guy and put him safely back in his home using long nets. The family called the whole thing "great entertainment."
It took 200 pounds of dynamite to bring down this 11-story building on Governors Island, N.Y. A big crowd turned out to watch the implosion of the former apartment complex built in 1968. It took only seconds for the island's largest non-historic building to fall. The city plans to use the now vacant space for a park.
"You sunk my battle ship!" This was no game for the Norwegian Navy but a test of their new long-range stealth missile. They fired the 880-pound "naval strike missile" at one of their own ships. The decommissioned ship was of course crewless and heavily damaged. Naval strike missiles are the latest generation of "surface warfare" systems being developed by a Scandinavian defense firm.