While the rest of his cohort managed to stay calm and collected, this man reacted exactly the way we would react if we had a snake in our hands.
Commuters in Bangladesh were held up by a seemingly unending conga line of ducks.
Nothing to make you feel more cowed at work than being in the firing line of a cow's projectile poop.
We admire him both for his skill and his ability to stare death — alright, maybe in this case, a gnarly injury — in the eyes and not flinch.
One second it's bright red, and the other second it has totally disappeared against the backdrop of a sandy sea floor.
"There's only room for one human-loving parrot in this house, and it's gonna be me."
Gentrifying neighborhoods are a key reason behind the vermin outbreak, which extends beyond New York — Philadelphia, Chicago and Los Angeles are also confronting issues.
Among the most popular tourist attractions in the Exumas are the famous swimming pigs. But for those who prefer to glimpse the native wildlife, iguanas are the real stars.
This kitty sounds somewhere between a drawn-out fart and a whale calling out for its mate.
A diver comes across some otherworldly sea creatures.
The marooned livestock was meant to feed shipwreck survivors.
"This is a rattlesnake den in central Montana. They were just coming out of the den for the summer. It had been a colder spring here so they have been slow to emerge. The snakes are more defensive than aggressive, they would rather retreat than attack."
These two squabbling spitters didn't even know what hit 'em.
The dogs still make Andreas Mershin angry. "I mean, I love dogs," says the Greek-Russian scientist, in his office at MIT. "But the dogs are slapping me in the face."
Welcome to Amish country, where the geese are jerks and the people go after them with whips.
Captive wild animal encounters are hugely popular, thanks partly to social media. But our investigation shows many creatures lead dismal lives.
People helping sloths cross the road is not a new genre of video. You've probably seen the "I Believe I Can Fly" clip from many years ago. But this one adds a delightful new wrinkle.
The crowd at this youth baseball game watched in horror as an unlucky bird accidentally got in the way of a line drive and met its maker.
If this loveably nervous beagle can do the thing hard thing, so can you.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife said that this mean brown bear broke into the car overnight and was discovered by the owner still inside the car the next morning.
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