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The Mammoth Factor: Why Prehistoric Animals Were So Big

The Mammoth Factor: Why Prehistoric Animals Were So Big

Super-sized animals dominated the Pleistocene era and dated back as far as the dinosaurs — but hardly exist on Earth today. Skeletons of dinosaurs, mastodons, and mammoths fill archaeology museums around the world...

Why Do Dolphins And Whales Mass Strand?

Why Do Dolphins And Whales Mass Strand?

It seems like every few weeks there is a new account of a mass stranding. In one of the most recent cases, more than 90 false killer whales were spotted by the U.S....

Elephant Protein May Be the Answer to Cancer

Elephant Protein May Be the Answer to Cancer

As if you needed a new reason to love elephants, they may soon be saving human lives. Scientists have replicated a protein found in the blood of elephants that may have cancer-curing properties....

Big Cats Riding in Cars Cause UAE to Ban Exotic Pets

Big Cats Riding in Cars Cause UAE to Ban Exotic Pets

Lions, tigers, and other exotic animals often kept as pets in the UAE are officially banned — with owners now facing extensive fines and imprisonment sentences. The UAE has historically been a hotspot...

Deep-sea Shark Boasts 25 Sets of Needlepoint Teeth

Deep-sea Shark Boasts 25 Sets of Needlepoint Teeth

With its frilled gills, layered needle-point teeth, snake-like appearance, and quick-striking abilities, this shark is one of the most engrossing creatures of the deep sea. Chlamydoselachus anguineus, most commonly referred to as the...

Giant Beached Oarfish Predict Earthquakes

Giant Beached Oarfish Predict Earthquakes

Reports of oarfish turning up on shore have historically preceded earthquakes — leaving scientists pondering how some animals may be able to forecast the future. Regalecus glesne, or the oarfish, is the longest bony...

Lonely Monkey Tries to Mate with Deer

Lonely Monkey Tries to Mate with Deer

This monkey is a real swinger, and researchers have the sex tape to prove it. The Japanese macaque was recorded trying to mount not one, but two Sika deer, and even chased away...

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