Don’t Mess with Mama: Mother Saves Calf from Wolves

Don’t Mess with Mama: Mother Saves Calf from Wolves

Maternal instincts are powerful. The Bison, also known as the American Buffalo, is a majestic species that can be found flourishing in Yellowstone National Park. Once nearly extinct, the American bison has had...

Two-headed Sharks Becoming Increasingly Common

Two-headed Sharks Becoming Increasingly Common

Two-headed sharks may seem like something out of a bad sci-fi movie. However, several have recently been found; and it’s becoming increasingly more common. Unlike the terrors of one’s imagination, no two-headed sharks...

Raging Congo River Gives Rise to New Fish Species

Raging Congo River Gives Rise to New Fish Species

The Congo River in Africa is home to some of the largest and most extreme rapids in the world, and scientists say the turbulence is so powerful that it’s forced entirely new fish...

Roaring Rescues: Lion Rescued From Illegal Snare (VIDEO)

Roaring Rescues: Lion Rescued From Illegal Snare (VIDEO)

Illegal wire snares contribute to wild animal extinctions on a large scale and serve as one of Africa’s most persistent conservation problems. Kariba, Zimbabwe is a small town situated on the edge of the...

Meet the Terrifying Bird-Sized Hissing Moth

Meet the Terrifying Bird-Sized Hissing Moth

This giant moth boasts five inch wings, an unseemly appearance, and when agitated is capable of producing a loud hissing noise — a warning not to be underestimated. The privet hawkmoth (Sphinx ligustri)...

World’s Rarest Boa Spotted in Brazil

World’s Rarest Boa Spotted in Brazil

Image: Science Magazine via YouTube Locals in Brazil recently discovered an extremely rare boa that hasn’t been seen alive for more than half a century. The Cropan’s boa (scientific name: Corallus cropanii) is...

Incredibly Preserved Ancient Tortoise Fossil Found in Bahamas Sinkhole

Incredibly Preserved Ancient Tortoise Fossil Found in Bahamas Sinkhole

Image: Wikimedia Commons Researchers in the Bahamas discovered a surprisingly well-preserved specimen of an extinct giant tortoise that died about 1,000 years ago. The tortoise species, named Chelonoidis alburyorum, is related to the...

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