Shark-Eating Aquatic Dinosaur Dwarfed Terrestrial Tyrannosaur

Shark-Eating Aquatic Dinosaur Dwarfed Terrestrial Tyrannosaur

A recent study has revealed a monstrous swimming dinosaur who was bigger than Tyrannosaurus Rex — and enjoyed snacking on sharks.  Spinosaurus aegyptiacus was a crocodilian-like creature with a massive head and neck, built to...

10 Locations Most Likely to Experience A Natural Disaster in the Next Five Years

10 Locations Most Likely to Experience A Natural Disaster in the Next Five Years

Nature is commonly cruel and more often than not extremely unpredictable. Humans have established civilizations within massively varied environments across the planet. Natural disasters are imminent, ranging from inescapable earthquakes, raging floods, and terrible...

YOU ATE WHAT?! Animals Eating Unbelievable Things

YOU ATE WHAT?! Animals Eating Unbelievable Things

Animals often get into things they’re not supposed to and frequently bite off more than they can chew. Let’s look at some unbelievable things discovered inside these unfortunate creatures’ stomachs. Intestine Junkyard In March...

A Chunk of Ice the Size of Delaware is Predicted to Crash into the Ocean

A Chunk of Ice the Size of Delaware is Predicted to Crash into the Ocean

Image: Wikimedia Commons There are big, bad things happening on our ice shelves. Emphasis on the big. In 2012, documentarians in Greenland filming the award-winning film “Chasing Ice” witnessed a 75-minute long record-breaking...

Why Baboons Are Violent Baby Killers

Why Baboons Are Violent Baby Killers

Research shows that not only do male baboons commit infanticide in order to more quickly reproduce with mates — but feticide as well. Baboons are ground-dwelling primates that typically inhabit open woodland and...

This Volcano Caused the French Revolution

This Volcano Caused the French Revolution

On June 8th, 1783 in Iceland, a volcanic fissure named ‘Laki’ and an adjoining volcano named ‘Grímsvötn’ erupted over an eight month period, belching 3.4 cubic miles (14 cubic kilometers) of basalt lava...

World’s First Shark Sonogram is Adorably Creepy

World’s First Shark Sonogram is Adorably Creepy

Sonograms are just adorable, right? Scientists have upped the cuteness (or maybe creepiness) by capturing the first-ever shark sonogram. Researchers Neil Hammerschlag of the University of Miami and James Sulikowski of the University...

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