And curse the shitty humans that got him in this situation with their littering.
Or any mom, for that matter, or prepare to suffer the consequences.
Maybe it's time to move to a curtain-only setup.
After leaving the car, the bear then walked back to the family's garage and started eating their muffin mix.
It's not a great situation when the animals are exhibiting far better behavior — in this case, showing the intruder the way to the door — than the human.
Aliens are already on earth, and we call them "gulper eels."
Did the octopus evolve its unique intelligence by playing fast and free with the genetic code?
Scientists have finally confirmed that a weird ribbed oval called Dickinsonia is an animal.
The human and octopus lineages split 500 million years ago, but apparently we both retained the gene for partying.
Sometimes, context is important. But in this instance, we feel 100% great about not having any additional information about what is going on here.
We now know that you never want to trip while walking next to a pony.
The web, estimated to be nearly 1,000 feet long, covering the shoreline of the small Greek town of Aitoliko was spun by arachnids known as stretch spiders. They don't pose a threat to humans, but they can run faster on water than they can on land, and the giant web marks the stretch spider mating season.
It doesn't matter if it's bird, bug or fowl, Kevin Hart wants nothing to do with it.
A pack of good boy boopers who know that the first rule of floating orbs is that they are never, ever allowed to touch the ground.
These birds can use tools and solve puzzles, for Pete's sake. You think they can't tell when they're being cheated?
At least half of termite studies used to be about how to kill them. But science is discovering their extraordinary usefulness.
Scarier than "The Meg," more shark-centric than "The Nun." This image is the action/horror megahit of 2018.
The speed at which they cut and twist through the sky in nebulous formation makes no sense, either.
If mice just stayed out of our homes and gardens and didn't carry disease, we'd want them everywhere but, alas...
This feels like an accurate assessment of how our lives are going right now.
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