Animals












Depending on your preferences, you might consider this video somewhat disturbing and possibly NSFW. There’s no doubt what the seal is trying to do to the penguin! BBC Earth explains what biologists…


Yup, your pet wants to get high too. Animal New York explains how: Everyone likes to get high. Whether from your morning cup of coffee, taking 2C-I to trip balls, or a surge…








Are other species engaging in advanced behaviors related to Earth’s magnetic field to which we are oblivious? Will humanity’s pooping without regard to planet-level electromagnetic fluctuations eventually be our undoing? Motherboard writes:…


Introducing what is sure to be this year’s must-have rave accessory. Via The Verge:

Scientists at the South China Agricultural University announced last week that they had successfully engineered 10 piglets that could glow green under black light. By using a technique pioneered by the University of Hawaii at Manoa School of Medicine, the researchers were able to isolate a fluorescent protein in jellyfish DNA and inject it into pig embryos.

Turkish researchers were able to raise fluorescent rabbits with the University of Hawaii’s technique earlier this year.