Is your smartphone a device solely used to take snaps of your cat in adorable situations – i.e. every frickin chance you get? Is your cat more important to you than life itself? You might suffering from cat induced Stockholm syndrome. Here’s a checklist to see whether a feline overlord has taken over your home.
Somewhere on the slopes of the Altai mountain range in western Mongolia, lives the most badass 13-year-old girl ever. She is most likely the only Kazakh huntress in training. Marvel at these stunning photographs of Ashol-Pan, hunting with her massive golden eagle.
The craze that started in Japan – where else – is now starting to take hold in the west. Last year it was Paris, now London has its very own cat café, a place where feline lovers can have a cup of tea while getting their cat fix.
This one is for all the dog lovers out there. Canine’s have been at man’s side through the ages, but modern technology has allowed us to capture and marvel at their dorkiest moments. Please enjoy a couple of dogs failing at being dogs.
A creature that rivals the legend of the Sasquatch might have been caught by a lady with a hairdo that is just as amazing as the mythical creature.
Tiger? No. Monkey? No. Elephant? Close. The most trafficked mammal in the world isn’t that well known, and therein lies the problem. This pinecone with legs is disappearing from the face of the earth, while almost no one knows of its existence.
This boxer puppy does an eternal handstand while he makes the best of a bad situation. Watch a dog named Duncan Lou Who enjoy the beach without his doggy wheelchair.
Welcome to the Thunderdome of the animal kingdom, a.k.a Australia. This three metre python fought a five hour battle with a crocodile, won, and slowly swallowed it whole, proving once again that Australia’s animals are not to be messed with.
With only 1500 grey nurse sharks left off the east coast of Australia, marine life veterinarians and divers rushed to the aid of one particular grey nurse shark in distress. A diver spotted the animal tangled in an elastic cord.
“Malema will be president.” Hacker steals $2 million Bitcoins. Man takes Spur to ASA. Apple sells more computers than all PCs combined. Kids story to cops after crashing will make your day. Doggie daycare on the rise in SA. Sex at the Olympics..
America’s top dog honours went to Sky the wire fox terrier, winning best in show at the Westminster Kennel Club. The wire fox terrier breed has won the prestigious event for the 14th time, no other breed has won more than eight times.
A team of scientists and researchers have discovered a previously-unknown species of dead-leaf toad in the mountains of the Peruvian Andes.
Remember when we last posted a story about an exploding whale? Well get out your sick-bags ‘cos we’ve got another one for you.
Last weekend, Shigenori Goto became the latest fisherman to mistakenly haul up a very rare giant squid in his fishing nets.
It’s a tricky task, trying to figure out precisely how old a shark is. It has mystified marine biologists for decades – and it was just a matter of time before we developed tech that’s good enough to give us accurate results. That time only happened quite recently.
Believe it or not, conjoined whales are not new to science. They have been seen before in Fin whales, Sei whales and Minke whales – but conjoined gray whales have never been documented before.
Researchers have always suspected that sharks, like many other fish, return to their original birthplace to give birth themselves. Now they have hard evidence.
The internet has dubbed him “Tippy the Fainting Squirrel”. It’s clear to see why. What’s not clear, however, is precisely why he keeps fainting. Is it a defense mechanism? A bout of illness? Or has he been eating fermented nuts?
BEWARE: This post contains graphic footage of an endangered species literally exploding from the inside out. We didn’t tell you to click on it – you clicked on it using your own volition – we merely gave you the option.
Marcos Rodriguez Pantoia claims that not only was he raised by wolves but that he had a guardian pet snake.
You know that “no animals were harmed in the making of this film” thing? Those of us who watched Ang Lee’s Oscar-winning ‘Life of Pi’, will remember the tiger, Richard Parker. Well, apparently he wasn’t “not harmed” in the production of the film after all.
Alright, alright – so we had to post a story about this. One page on social media posts pictures of an American woman sitting next to a dead lion that she killed in South Africa, and the whole internet goes nuts.
If you think this is a story about a talking dog, you’re wrong. This is a groundbreaking story about what researchers at Duke University are calling “the most scientifically important dog in over a century.”
If you’re voted the ugliest animal in the world, do you see it as a victory? We sure hope that’s the way the ‘blobfish’ is taking the news that he is the winner.
This week is the 8th annual South African National Parks (SANParks) Week! If you hold a South African ID, you can visit any SANPark for free, and we like free! Check out your heritage this week by visiting a park near you.
Introducing Kyle Kandilian, the the Michigan-Dearborn University student that lives with about 200,000 cockroaches. According to Detroit Free Press, Kandilian has this hobby for two reasons. One is for fun and the other is to help him pay for his education. The 20-year-old has a room that’s stacked up with 130 varieties of roach that can be purchased [...]
This may just be the cutest thing we’ve ever seen. Jiff the next Wonder Dog is an adorable Pomeranian with mad skills. In the video above, the fluff-ball shows us his talents from handstands to skateboarding. The star has gleaned over 500,000 likes on his personal Facebook page and also has an agent incase the 3-year-old [...]