Mass Animal Beachings Due to Solar Storms?

Mass Animal Beachings Due to Solar Storms?

The worldwide phenomenon of animal beachings has been loosely attributed to many scientific theories, including solar storms — but this is the first time researchers will collect enough data to officially solve the plaguing mystery. Various...

The Most Colossal Spiders on Earth

The Most Colossal Spiders on Earth

With their pupil-less eyes, hairy legs, and biting fangs, spiders strike fear into the hearts of many people. Do they deserve such fear? Not really — They’re generally no more dangerous than the...

Tiger Cub Takedown by Mischievous Gibbon 01:27

Tiger Cub Takedown by Mischievous Gibbon

When two young tiger cubs approach a clearing in the jungle, a tough-guy monkey decides to teach them a lesson. The monkey challenges the tigers ("Come at me bro!") and proceeds to troll...

Mama Elephant Kicks Baby Elephant to Life

Mama Elephant Kicks Baby Elephant to Life

Amazing footage was captured in South Africa’s Kruger National Park — revealing a mother elephant literally kicking her stillborn baby back to life.  Kruger National Park is one of the largest game reserves in...

Monoculture Causes Hamsters to Eat Their Own Babies

Monoculture Causes Hamsters to Eat Their Own Babies

Industrially-sourced feeding habitats overwhelmed with corn leave hamsters literally crazed — and devouring their own offspring.  The European hamster, Cricetus cricetus, is critically endangered in many countries across Western Europe, most notably northeastern France. These burrowing creatures...

Chimps Turn Cannibalistic Due to Lack of Female Partners

Chimps Turn Cannibalistic Due to Lack of Female Partners

While chimpanzees are often prone to excessive violence, it is rare to see a family member brutally murdered — and eaten afterwards.  Fongoli chimpanzees are among the most human-like chimps on the planet...

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...

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