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Mama Nature News Archive
This is so NUTS!
Who would expect a freakin' tornado to pop up out of nowhere in California of all places?!
In the "fanfest" area of the Rose Bowl, the day before the big game a dust devil blew in.
Yes, a dust devil. The same type of swirly wind event that makes mini leaf-tornados in supermarket parking lots.
They can get pretty big, and when you combine a powerful dust devil with several tents and canopies, which weigh nothing and are basically sails, you get a tentnado.
And it's pretty damn serious. Even an entire bounce house is picked up and hovers for several seconds!!
We're glad there were no kids in that bounce house! That ride would've been WAY too fun and would've ruined any future ground-based bounce houses for them.
Seriously though, no one was injured and that's a miracle!
Check out the video (below) and watch the confused cow person not know what to do.
Birds are masters of the sky, there's no denying that.
The fact that they also have legs and can walk makes them pretty competent on land too!
But what if birds mastered swimming? They'd be the ultimate all-terrain creatures!!
Well one great horned owl proved that holy heck we're all about to be taken over by owls. Because this owl was spotted doing the breast stroke.
Daredevil Batman Ben Affleck has an important message and he needs your help!
While making his new movie,
Daredevil 2 Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, where he'll be playing Daredevil again Batman, Ben and the whole crew learned a heck of a lot about bats!
What they learned was pretty sad though.
Well, this isn't the usual kind of lamb we see, but it's still a miracle!
This two-headed lamb was born five days ago at Slope Point Backpackers accommodations in New Zealand — and the owners Andrew Wilson and Justine Parker gave it the best name ever:
This Photographer Captured Absolutely Breathtaking Photos Of A Cownose Ray Migration Off The Gulf Of Mexico! Amazing!!!
Do you ever see something so beautiful in nature that you just want to capture it and share it with the rest of the world??
Because that's EXACTLY what Sandra Critelli did!!
The veteran photographer was on a boat in the Gulf of Mexico when she was suddenly surrounded by THOUSANDS of cownose rays!
But the beautiful rays weren't gathering for any kind of marine takeover — they were simply migrating!