Category: Animals and Plants

Three Hearts and Tentacles 0

Three Hearts and Tentacles

Do you know that an Octopus can squeeze through a hole the size of a coin? To be even weirder, this creature has three hearts. The largest one, named Octopus dofleini, can weighs about...

Nectar for Males… Blood for Females 0

Nectar for Males… Blood for Females

Everyone knows that only female mosquitoes bites humans and drinks their blood. Doing so, they also transmit malaria, a fatal disease. Although male mosquitoes are much bigger than females, they are not harm full...

Extinct Giant Deer 0

Extinct Giant Deer

The Irish Elk, also known as Megaloceros, has been misnamed. He’s neither elk nor Irish. This is the name of an extinct and the the largest deer ever. Irish Elk was seven feet tall...

Mosquitoes as Anti-Malaria Allies 0

Mosquitoes as Anti-Malaria Allies

Mosquitoes have immune systems that actually kill 80 to 90 % of the malaria parasites that enter the insect’s bodies. Researchers say that genetically modified, malaria-fighting mosquitoes could someday be more effective at slowing...

Goats on the trees 0

Goats on the trees

In order to consume delicious berries, Morocco goats climb Argan trees. Fruit of the Argan tree has the nut inside which is used to make delicious cooking oil. Goats spit or excrete these nuts,...

Pink Dolphin from Amazon 0

Pink Dolphin from Amazon

If you think that no one has ever seen a pink dolphin, you are wrong. Captain Erik Rue captured an image of this strange dolphin after the mammal first surfaced in Lake Calcasieu, north...

Bug with two penises 0

Bug with two penises

Earwigs are really scary little bugs. There is a myth that they climb into people’s ears and therein lay their eggs or tunnel into the brain. To be even weirder, these bugs also have...

Self-Irrigating Plant 0

Self-Irrigating Plant

The desert rhubarb grows in the mountainous deserts of Israel and Jordan, where there’s only about 75mm of rainfall each year. Plants with large leaves and a deep root system, like the desert rhubarb,...

Miracle Headless Chicken 0

Miracle Headless Chicken

On the 10th of September 1945, destiny had a certain way with a five and half months old rooster named Mike. Farmer Lloyd Olsen decided on preparing Mike for the night’s supper, using a...