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.
Two weeks ago, I wrote a post about killer raccoons in Harlem and now somehow I’m stuck in an email thread about it.
Raccoons are reportedly terrorizing the citizens of Harlem by pillaging their homes, stealing food — and eating animals.
Kesha Rose Sebert, fully embodying the spirit of her beloved butt-rock, is taking her band the Creepies on tour this summer to gritty locales such as Dubuque, Atlantic City, the New York State Fairground in Syracuse, and various incarnations of the Mad Decent Block Party.
This year’s Tour de France competitors may face a unique obstruction as they contend with the grueling course through the Pyrenees Mountains: llamas. On July 2, a herd of roughly 20 was spotted in repose on the Col de Tourmalet race course. And llamas, I think we can safely surmise, do not give a fuck about the Tour…
“A cat hopped into a UPS truck for a joyride, never to be seen again” would’ve been the lead of this story if this was 1985.
If you live in a place like New York City where temperatures are over 90 degrees and humidity is set on “fuck...,” that means you probably stepped outside this morning and immejiately felt as if your body had been shrunken down and inserted atop the tongue of a person with deathly hot stank breath.
In good news for animal lovers and slightly less good news for Leona Lewis’s pop career, the singer has released the very grammatically confusing “(We All Are) Looking For Home” in partnership with the organizations Stop Yulin Forever and the Vanderpump Dog Foundation. The “charity track” is meant to generate…
Think about flying. And how cool it is. That’s inspiring in itself. But what about flying for a very long time? With your own wings. Meet: This really small bird, which researchers say “weighs less than an iPhone” and just made science history for the longest recorded migration: 60,000 miles.
In partnership with supermodel/actress Cara Delevingne, French artist and photographer Arno Elias launched the I’m Not a Trophy Campaign earlier this month, aimed at bringing awareness to the severe impacts of trophy hunting and poaching. The campaign is also meant to “empower young women,” which, sure? Did we need to…
On Saturday, in Billings, Montana, it hailed, and I lit out for the territory ahead of the rest.
Justin Bieber really loves animals and PETA hates that Justin Bieber really loves them because it’s perhaps an unhealthy fascination. Let’s look at Bieber’s loving/disturbing relationship with mammals.
“She listens, she does mind, [but] she is a buffalo, you can’t really push her around too much,” Karen Schoeve, doting mother to one 1,000-pound housebroken bison, tells the Dallas Morning News in my new all-time favorite video.
For years, residents in a southern Dallas, an impoverished and neglected part of town, have complained about dangerous packs of stray and loose dogs roaming the streets. Now, a 52-year-old woman named Antoinette Brown has died from her injuries after being mauled by at least six of these dogs.