What are you looking at? Oh, I’m sorry, are you not used to seeing a chicken this size? This is me. Get used to it.
According to zoologists, armadillos are mammals with tough leather hides classified in the Exafroplacentalia clade and Xenarthra superorder, two categories that also include sloths and anteaters. According to me, however, armadillos are pokéballs with freakin’ muskrats living inside them.
Gustavito was a hippo living in a zoo in El Salvador, where he’d lived for 13 years after being born and raised in Guatemala. Gustavito died on Sunday following a vicious attack in his enclosure sometime on Tuesday night.
Like most people who spend their lives sitting in chairs and occasionally walking to different chairs, I’m a big fan of nature documentaries, and harbor acute feelings of jealousy for those involved in making them. Planet Earth II, the long-anticipated sequel to the groundbreaking David Attenborough-narrated series, …
The Ayam Cemani, an all-black bird indigenous to Indonesia, is the most sought-after chicken on the market right now, but not for its taste. In fact, no one would dare eat these Sith Lord birds.
The zoos and aquariums of America know what’s up. They know you and I are starving for cute content, so there is a war of sorts happening on Twitter. The National Zoo kicked off the so-called cute animal “tweet-off” with a photo (above) of a seal giving puppy eyes right into your soul. Ok, cute. Nice fur. There’ve…
Donald Trump’s transition team has been making everyone extremely nervous with its inquiries into employees who believe in climate change, “gender-related” programs, and the money spent on aid to Africa. Now, GOP lawmakers are picking up their cues and are beginning to push hard on legislation that will likely be…
Wolf pups (and, eventually, wolves) are perfect. They are loyal to their buddies and killers to anyone else—like me, when trying to get my squad onto the last flume ride of the day at Soak City Water Park, or a good table at a hot tapas restaurant at happy hour.
“Can’t a good thing happen, world??” you have likely wailed at the sky at some point over the past month. The world’s response, evidently, is “No, sorry. Say goodbye to giraffes, the best animal!”
The mannequin challenge may be “funny” or “cute” or a “brief respite from despairing about humanity’s insistence on exterminating itself,” but one thing that it is not is impressive. There is nothing extraordinary about watching a bunch of people stand around, seemingly frozen in time if only because this is something…
The good people at National Geographic host a program called “Animal Fight Night.” Reader, it is exactly what you’d expect.
Jia Jia the giant panda died on Sunday at the age of 38, having broken a world record for captive giant panda longevity when she turned 37 in 2015.
Behold Diego, a 100-year-old tortoise whose pure enjoyment of the simple act of fucking has made him the proud father of more than 1,000 turtle babies.
While many fear Google’s seemingly omnipresent cameras capturing them in a vulnerable moment on the street, others have faith that the company’s blurring software will protect them. This cow’s story shows that even if Google blurs your image, you might be thrust into the limelight.
Russian researchers say they have recorded the first “conversation” between a pair of dolphins. The dolphins, named Yasha and Yana, could apparently create sentences of up to five “words.” This is cool, and overwhelming. What were these dolphs talking about? Do you think they were talking about me?
Giraffes are tall and amazing, but they’ve been lying to us.
Justin Bieber had a Cribs-like hang session with BBC Radio 1 and it looks like his pet dog Todd is alive.
I don’t know, man. Don’t ask me why the chicken is wearing blue pants. Don’t ask me where the chicken even got his blue pants. Just enjoy the silly inanity of a chicken running around the yard like a total goofball while wearing blue pants. I don’t know if the chicken likes wearing his blue pants but I know the…
Today’s MVP is this dolphin, who wins a gold medal for stealing an iPad from a Sea World patron and then frolicking and splashing with celebratory glee.