Instant Index: New Mammal, the Olinguito, Discovered

Diane Sawyer reports the latest stories that have people buzzing.
1:45 | 08/15/13

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Transcript for Instant Index: New Mammal, the Olinguito, Discovered
Ask your doctor about cialis for daily use and a 30-tablet free trial. Tonight the world officially has a brand new animal, a furry teddy bare discovered in the jungles of south america. Scientists got one in a zoo and noticed she wasn't mating with similar creatures. Turns out the bachelorette ae was different, different dna. Nighttime explorations in the world revealed other creatures like her. Tonight the world welcomed her among us. Sometimes desperate times breed desperate gambles. Let's say you have a zoo but no exotic animals. A zoo in china put up a sign tag timber wolf but in fact, that's a white dog. But the biggest affront was the african lion which was, in fact, a dog, a mastif, in fact, one child wailed, mommy, why does the lion bark? Visitors are asking for their money back. We know 911 operators try to come to the rescue but this is truly amazing. Listen. 911. I'm calling to report some stuff stolen. My -- my wedding dress. A thief had stolen it out of her car. And are you getting married today? Yes. The good hearted operator asks -- what sizing your dress. That operator got married 18 months earlier, found her own wedding dress, raced it to the church on time. One dress, two brides, something old, new, borrowed and something simply wonderful.

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