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By: dave
Saturday, Oct 26th 2019 (6:00am) | Thanks: blort
Saharan silver ants. The insects can move at blistering speeds across fiery desert sands.
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Friday, Oct 25th 2019 (12:02am)
On the evening of June 23, forestry worker Dee Gallant, 45, was walking with her 115-pound husky retriever, Murphy, on a remote logging road a half-hour's drive from her home in Duncan, on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. It wasn't long before she realized they weren't alone.
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Monday, Oct 21st 2019 (12:02am) | Thanks: digg
We all love dolphins, but most of us didn’t know that they can be even cuter than we know them- when colored pink! And the good news is that a rare pink dolphin mom, called Pinky, has given birth to a pink calf of her own!
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Thursday, Sep 19th 2019 (12:01am)
While they are cuddly cute in appearance, they're actually very defensive and nasty. No matter, we probably are better off with diversity of life.
Please stop destroying their habitat.
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Wednesday, Sep 18th 2019 (6:03am)
The National Aquarium of New Zealand has monthly rankings on the behavior of their penguins. Unsurprisingly, penguin Dave is a regular on the 'naughty' list.
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Friday, Aug 30th 2019 (10:26am) | Thanks: mefi
Scroll through these pics of birds. Odds are, you will find a few that you find to be spectacular.
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Thursday, Jul 25th 2019 (12:00am)
Meet Patsy Gibbons, an Irishman from County Kilkenny, Ireland. He’s dad to Grainne and Minnie. Gibbons found the foxes abandoned as pups and, worried for their survival, nursed them back to health.
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Saturday, Jul 6th 2019 (8:49am)
An eagle owl named Kaln lived for 23 years at a sanctuary in Gloucester, England. For that whole length of time, its handlers thought it was a male. Then, according to Vincent Jones, founder and trustee of the sanctuary, it laid an egg.
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Saturday, Jun 29th 2019 (2:56am)
Sure, come ashore to do what nature told you to do. Whoops, whoops, whoops!
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Friday, May 17th 2019 (5:11am)
Some folks get extra cheerful when they’ve had a few too many pints of lager, and some folks get a little cranky or downright depressed. Still others lose all sense of propriety and good manners, and get sloppy and silly with anyone in their midst.

But who knew that pigs – yup, that’s right, pigs – could be among the ranks of those who get ill-mannered and mean spirited when they’ve had a few?
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Sunday, May 5th 2019 (12:01am)
It's pretty much accepted fact that the great white is at the top of the food chain. Even large sea mammals stand no chance against this giant killing machine. Aside from making babies? It swims and it eats. Not much else. Are they vulnerable, however?
Science has now discovered that there is another sea dweller that strikes such fear in them, that they swim away... for months at a time, or even permanently.
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Friday, Apr 26th 2019 (12:00am)
Here's something you don't see every day, a la YouToob.
If you want a more amusing soundtrack but a much shorter clip, visit Facebook.
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Tuesday, Apr 16th 2019 (12:01am)
Meet Felicia, a 35-dollar ferret that was - in part - responsible for the current state of particle acceleration technology. Further proof that there's nothing we can't accomplish with a ferret or two and a pile of fish heads.
By: dave
Thursday, Apr 4th 2019 (9:16am) | Thanks: mefi
Yes, you read that right. A cow temporarily halted traffic in a town just north of Indianapolis on Saturday, running away from police to the nearest "safe" spot: Chick-Fil-A.
By: dave
Tuesday, Mar 19th 2019 (12:00am)
Living in the backwoods of Colorado, you come to expect a few wild bear sightings every once and a while. What you don't expect, is for a big ol' bear to tiptoe into your driveway in the middle of the night, break into your car, relieve itself inside, and crash it into a mailbox, which is why a family was a bit startled to recently discover their Subaru ravaged in such a manner.
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Monday, Feb 18th 2019 (7:40am)
we built the HORF a barn two winters ago for when the weather is bad, filled it with hay and feed, and yet I can guarantee you when there are a few inches of snow on the ground in a few days, that dumbass will be standing alone in the middle of the pasture, miserable
By: dave
Monday, Dec 17th 2018 (12:00am) | Thanks: blort
Naked mole-rats live underground and are the only true eusocial mammals, spending their lives in large colonies with a single breeding female. Watch as the Zoo’s colony eats, sleeps and explores its brand new habitat, which features 16 chambers and nearly 25 feet of winding tunnels to patrol.
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Wednesday, Dec 12th 2018 (12:27am)
A bobcat kitten that has been named "Mr. Murderbritches" is gaining notoriety as a video of him snarling and swiping at wildlife officers attempting to release him out of a cage in Utah circulates on social media. The video, posted by the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources on Twitter, shows the growling Murderbritches as he is relocated out of town after he was caught eating chickens in Kanarraville, Utah.
By: dave
Monday, Dec 10th 2018 (12:02am) | Thanks: sunny
In Tasmania it's breeding time for the critically endangered swift parrot - but something is very wrong. With three times more males than females, the traditionally monogamous bird is having extramarital affairs, a new study has found. Sugar gliders, which predominantly prey on female parrots, have created a gender imbalance and pushed the population into critically endangered levels.
By: dave
Friday, Dec 7th 2018 (12:00am)
The evacuation comes after an expert trapper was brought in late last week in an attempt to relocate the otter. Officials had been hoping to avoid relocating the koi, as draining the pond and moving the fish could cause stress and possible damage. But after the otter was able to evade a set trap, stealing the bait and prancing off unscathed, officials are now forced to move the remaining koi.
By: dave
Thursday, Nov 29th 2018 (12:00am) | Thanks: mefi
Here is an abbreviated clip (under four minutes, as the original one at Nova ScienceNow was much longer).

Chaser the Border Collie knows the names of 1,000 toys. But can she make inferences about new ones? Learn more with Neil deGrasse Tyson in this NOVA l PBS tribute to Chaser's owner and trainer, former Wofford College Professor John Pilley, who passed away in June 2018.
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Thursday, Nov 1st 2018 (12:00am)

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