Ever smell a hyena??
No?! Really?? Oh… well they stink. BAD.
Mainly from a scent gland under their tails.
Many animals like to rub their butts against stuff to make their presence known.
The same is true for hyenas. They can tell sex, age, family or clan and more just by smelling other hyenas' markings.
Scientists have long theorized that these smells aren't made by the animals themselves but
Does a booze substitute that makes you drunk without having the hangover later sound awesome?
What if we told you that there's also an 'antidote' chaser that promises to sober you up immediately??
We say it sounds pretty incredible, we just wish it existed… oh wait, it does!!
A leading British neuroscientist claims to have created an “alcohol substitute” that
Finally! Science we can stick our penis inside!
We've seen a glimpse of the future, folks, and let us be the first to tell you it is GLORIOUS!
A Japanese company specializing in virtually reality recently joined forces with one that specializes in sex toys and the fruits of their collaborative effort just changed civilization for the better!
Meet the VR Tenga. It's part mechanized penis holster, part virtual reality experience, and part gift from God.
It's as simple as switching on the device, selecting a program called "Alexander_Skarsgård_bicurious_adventure_06.exe", and sticking your wang inside!!!
Ch-ch-check out the VR Tenga in action, milking a dude's manatee in a very NSFW video from a Tokyo game conference……AFTER THE JUMP!!!
If vitamins don't do anything to help prevent heart disease or cancer — two leading killers of Americans — then why did we just spend a whole bunch of money on supplements and take them right before hearing this news??
Anyway, about half the U.S. population takes vitamins in believing they help you live longer, healthier lives, and now it's starting to seem that's not the case. We mean, we were all gonna die anyway, why would we ever think taking 'healthy' things would keep that at bay??
Why waste those few precious seconds taking vitamins when they don't put off the inevitable??
Here's what Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo, a heart disease specialist at the University of California San Francisco who's a member of the Task Force that's reevaluating the effectiveness of vitamins, had to say:
Congrats Tyrannosaurus Rex, we just found a new member of your family!
Researchers at the Natural History Museum of Utah and the Denver Museum of Nature and Science have published a paper describing the new species of dinosaur: Lythronax argestes.
The name translates to the King of Gore and that's just terrifying!
One of the researchers said:
The most interesting type of science is platypus science!
Everyone knows this!
So it's super inneresting to learn that the largest platypus ever known used to roam Australia 15 million years ago!
A team of paleontologists out of the University of New South Wales in Australia found the new species, dubbed Obdurodon tharalkooschild.
The animal is now thought to have been able to grow to twice the size of a modern platypus, larger than previously estimated.
The craziest part is it's all based off of one single fossilized molar!
That's super impressive! Way to go, science!!
Check out the video (above) to learn a little bit more about this new find!
Dogs can be very sensitive to the emotions and energy of those around them.
But how do they pick up on these cues??
They can tell how other dogs are feeling by their tail wags!
Well… no duh!
But wait, not just whether it's wagging or not… but the type of wag!
Apparently, when a dog wags their tail to the left, it means negative, anxious emotions. When a dog wags to the right, it means positive and happy ones!
That's so crazy! We had no idea.
So, are doings doing this on purpose??
A co-author of the study looking at dogs and tail wagging, said: