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So which is it? Most people I know say that a snake sheds its skin but which is it? Let's find out from a credible source. All that said, let's get a head-on view of a snake's coming out party.
By: spam_vigilante
Tuesday, Jun 7th 2016 (2:39am)
You can find a lot of weird shit on the streets of Phoenix, And most of the time, you don't even have to be looking. Sometimes, though, you come across things that were destined to find you. Like owls.
By: dave
Tuesday, May 3rd 2016 (12:00am)
Settle in for a fine selection of videos of a fine dog trying to dog finely and generally failing miserably. Good puppy.

fritz learns to catch #1 | fritz learns to catch #2 | fritz learns to catch #sausage | things fritz won't even try to catch | humans learn to catch for fritz
By: dave
Monday, May 2nd 2016 (12:00am) | Thanks: slorum
Duke Farms Eagle Cam
In 2008, Duke Farms installed a webcam on a tree adjacent to a Bald Eagle nest to provide a live look at the daily lives of the eagles. In partnership with The Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey, lesson plans were created to facilitate place-based educational opportunities for students. Between the general public and classrooms up and down the east coast, the Duke Farms Eagle Cam has many fans - over 8 million viewers and growing!

2016 Eagle Cam Update:
We have successfully installed a new camera system on the nest tree! The new system has some major upgrades including HD and infrared night vision.
By: spam_vigilante
Wednesday, Apr 27th 2016 (12:00am)
April 25 is World Penguin Day. In light of that tidbit, here are some resources of organizations that endeavor to protect them.
By: spam_vigilante
Monday, Apr 25th 2016 (6:31pm)
Visual evidence, with 18+ pics here. Other species cuddle up to the large rodents.
By: spam_vigilante
Monday, Apr 18th 2016 (12:01am) | Thanks: Kash
An octopus has made a brazen escape from the national aquarium in New Zealand by breaking out of its tank, slithering down a 50-metre drainpipe and disappearing into the sea. In scenes reminiscent of Finding Nemo, Inky - a common New Zealand octopus - made his dash for freedom after the lid of his tank was accidentally left slightly ajar.
By: dave
Thursday, Apr 14th 2016 (12:05am) | Thanks: mefi
Segment from Blue Planet on the BBC where Attenborough describes some of the life at sea.
By: spam_vigilante
Wednesday, Apr 13th 2016 (12:00am)
Our friends at the BBC make a good point about why.
By: spam_vigilante
Sunday, Apr 3rd 2016 (12:02am)
Here's a feel-good story for you. A Texas horse named Midnight is recovering after receiving a $14,000 artificial leg.
By: spam_vigilante
Saturday, Mar 26th 2016 (12:00am)
Once upon a time, the killer whales out-fished the fishermen. With the advent of sonar, the tables were turned but now interesting developments are afoot.

Sir David Attenborough narrates this segment from a BBC episode of Life.
By: spam_vigilante
Thursday, Mar 24th 2016 (11:34am)
A wonderfully confident hairless guinea pig named Ludwik in Warsaw, Poland enjoys posing for his human, student Agata Nowacka, in a variety of different poses using all sorts of props and accessories, proudly showing off his unusual beauty with style. Ludwik, who was rescued from a pet store in extremely ill-health, also shares his confidence-building adages with his thousands of Instagram fans.
By: spam_vigilante
Monday, Mar 21st 2016 (12:00am)
It's hatched! Live cam shows baby bald eagle is born at the National Arboretum; No. 2 is coming soon. Two webcams cover the nest for you.

Mr. President and The First Lady (names of the adult pair) are the first to nest in captivity in DC since 1947.
By: spam_vigilante
Friday, Mar 18th 2016 (2:59pm)
Birds have learned the craft and value of fire propagation, dropping smoldering twigs into unburned country to smoke out their dinner.

Today they target our heads with poop. Tomorrow they target our houses with torches. Mount up.
By: dave
Thursday, Mar 3rd 2016 (12:00am)
Gorillas sing and hum when eating, a discovery that could help shed light on how language evolved in early humans. Singing seems to be a way for gorillas to express contentment with their meal, as well as for the head of the family to communicate to others that it is dinner time.
By: dave
Tuesday, Mar 1st 2016 (12:01am) | Thanks: reddit
Remember those two llamas that rampaged across Sun City, AZ last year on the 26th? Here's where they are now, and what they've been up to since their highly publicized freedom spree.
By: dave
Friday, Feb 26th 2016 (12:27pm)
In this now viral video clip, we see a mesmerizing aerial view of thousands of sheep and cattle being herded into a new grassy field.
By: spam_vigilante
Monday, Feb 15th 2016 (9:56am)
During a routine patrol, officers from the traffic police in Ecuador found a surprise.
By: spam_vigilante
Tuesday, Jan 26th 2016 (12:02am)
A very flexible and photogenic gray tabby appears in a series of Instagram photos in which he seems to be taking selfies with his adoring canine companions in view. The human behind these cleverly arranged shots only states that a GoPro camera was involved.
By: spam_vigilante
Monday, Jan 18th 2016 (12:26am)
The deep-sea creature, about 30 centimetres long, was caught by scientists 10 years ago in Queen Charlotte Sound, off the north end of Vancouver Island. As might be expected from its common name, the bony-eared assfish, which is a member of the cusk-eel family, will never win an ichthyological beauty contest.
By: dave
Monday, Jan 18th 2016 (12:00am)
So you're sick and tired of Fluffy sticking her ass right in your face. It's not pleasant to see the business end of your treasured feline family member.
What to do? Hang a jewel over it so that you are not forced to look at it.
By: spam_vigilante
Monday, Dec 21st 2015 (12:00am)
A stubborn cat has been evading security guards to sit in its favorite spot - a shelf in a London supermarket. The ginger cat is apparently something of a regular at Sainsbury's in Brockley, where he was spotted sitting among bags of sweets.
By: dave
Tuesday, Nov 24th 2015 (12:00am)
Numerous species demonstrate vocalizations similar to human laughter. A significant proportion of these are mammals, including non-human primates, which suggests that the neurological functions involved in expressing cheer occurred early in the process of mammalian evolution.

The question remains. Do they have a sense of humor?
By: spam_vigilante
Friday, Nov 20th 2015 (12:04am)
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