Or else you might be this apple.
This rare "orangutan crab" looks like an old British grandma knitted some wool gloves that got enchanted by a witch and are now crossing the Atlantic to strangle you.
Photographer Erika Zolli's latest collection is a stunning combination of great photography and bizarre visual effects.
Colorado's Saguache County is one of the last holdouts of Manifest Destiny. The only problem? Just 5.6 percent of the population has access to broadband.
We can't stress enough that you should never, ever try this for yourself. But if you're really curious, well, don't expect to be shocked.
Tattoos may permanently alter the physiology of skin in ways that affect sweating.
A midweek reminder to make no apologies for who you are, even if you're just a pair of legs with a butt for a face.
He doesn't have time for wild dogs and he CERTAINLY doesn't have time for a police van roaming the roads.
This new £20 million machine dubbed the "Kurtsyste" is designed to eliminate jockey human error and put "young racehorses through their paces."
It's a behemoth far more powerful than your average volcano, with the capacity to eject more than 240 cubic miles of material.
The finals of the U19 Women's Basketball World Cup got weird.
We might be too deep in our slumber to do so.
A man in Washington, DC was recently rescued from a trash chute after he tried to rescue his phone from the aforementioned chute.
The current record holder, SimplySeze, managed this depressing task in about fifteen and a half minutes.
"Rocket League" may be a simple game, but 1998 was a simpler time for gaming all together.
We really love "Ultimate Epic Battle Simulator," even if it puts a dent in our "Star Wars"/medieval knight crossover dreams.
The National Radio Quiet Zone (NRQZ) is a 13,000–square-mile area in West Virginia, Virginia, and part of Maryland that heavily restricts radio transmissions and other electromagnetic radiation on the same spectrum. Since 1958, the ban minimizes interference with the National Radio Astronomy Observatory, home to the world’s largest fully steerable radio telescope.
Admittedly, this RFID gun is helpful in protecting young children from any mishandling, but it is still proof that "smart" guns still have a long way to go.
Upon finding this sea doggy, the man called the Department of Conservation to ask what to do. He was instructed to let nature take its course and leave the little guy where he found him. The man is now facing a potential fine of $250,000 for bringing the seal back to the sea, which is a less happy ending to this story than we would have hoped.
Who are we without our clothes?
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