The simple things in life are often the best things.
Whale "bubble net" feeding is not instinctual but learned, as a pod works together to blow bubbles out of their blowholes in a formation that confuses and captures fish.
Animal rescuer Stefan Brockling was taking care of a "routine feline extraction" where he planned to catch the cat in his hand-held netting when the feline took a serious tumble.
The train in Perth, Australia was reportedly going about 110 kmh (68 mph).
Giving "perpetual debt" a whole new meaning... or is it old?
It seems as if this woman has done this to herself on purpose, and all we can think to ask is, "Dear God, why?"
Suppressors capture and keep the gasses released within a gun barrel after firing. To see one fill with fire, smoke and (in some cases) break up into pieces is quite something to behold.
While playing a trumpet, no less.
To clarify: I did not get legally married on the showfloor. But in its spacious dating game-themed area, I spent a solid hour getting romanced by beautiful men whose jobs it was to pamper me.
According to one dude's predictions, the end of the world is set to commence tomorrow. It's bullshit, but someone in Orange County took things to the next level.
Like a toxic, dysfunctional relationship, Apple and Samsung are locked in dance of mutual contentious codependency with no real end in sight.
When it comes to sex, male and female ducks are locked in an intense sexual conflict that has led to some seriously weird genitals on both sides.
Fluidized beds are when solid particulates are placed under the appropriate conditions that cause them to behave as a fluid would... yeah, we didn't know that was possible either.
The snail, in particular, belongs to the species Archachatina marginata ovum and measures an incredible seven inches (18 centimeters) long.
This stop-motion film opens in theaters March 23rd.
The endangered species was only discovered 43 years ago and its mating dance was only just filmed for the first time.
Why can’t you do, like, a million push-ups? It’s not because your muscles are small.
We don't trust our own mothers this much.
Weird fact: there was a PlayStation 2 version of the original Half-Life. Weirder fact: it contained a file cabinet that would move to face you if you approached it.
We’ve been dressing up as birds since the Stone Age. Plumassier Eric Charles-Donatien has brought the craft of featherwork into the twenty-first century.
That's our best stuff for today. Great job! Read more