OK, so we're guessing "adorable" might not be the right word here. But it's still a lot less scary than a full-sized Tyrannosaurus Rex!!!
Scientist believe they have discovered a brand new species of dinosaur stemming from a dig in Alaska back in 2006! Measuring about 2 meters tall, they initially believed they had stumbled upon the bones of a young tyrannosaur. However, with further inspection they found that it had a lot of the same characteristics of an adult!!
Ron Tykoski works on fossils at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas and spoke out about the amazing discovery:
New research has found some unsettling info about whether lobsters and crabs feel pain.
Apparently, the new consensus is yes, yes they do. And that's just awful.
Scientists have being working on finding solid evidence that crabs, lobsters, octopuses (octopi?) and other invertebrates feel pain.
They studied things like when a crab had a claw removed. The crab would
Elephants are such awesome, majestic, and adorable creatures!
Which is why we're totally NOT surprised by this news AT ALL!
Didn't these scientists see the movie Dumbo?! LOLz!
Recent studies by scientists are showing
If you've been in a grocery store or pharmacy or pretty much any store anywhere lately, you've probably seen a whole lotta red.
Candies, balloons, candles, decorations, stuffed animals, flowers, etc, are just everywhere!
Well guess what, that beautiful red color you're seeing? It comes from boiled
Vermont is already lost to us. We need to send in a nuke NOW!
But… all those innocent people!
Damnit man, it’s for the greater good! There’s a “zombee” outbreak!! Oh no! "Not the bees!!"
Vermont beekeepers already have enough hardship when it comes to facing wild temperature swings, colony collapse, and mite infestations, but now the latest hurdle they must cross is…. Zombie bees. Zombees.
This is the first instance of a zombie bee infection in the Eastern U.S. of A., but luckily, these aren’t magical undead bees from hell, they’re just full of
It's just too bad it's not an underwater giant dragon or something, but rather an unassuming sea slug that kinda looks like her blonde hair!
The new species was found near Northeast Brazil, and has landed the name Tritonia Khaleesi, after Daenerys Targayen from HBO's Game of Thrones, played by the gorgeous Emilia Clarke!
The creature apparently only measures up to about 12 mm in length and has seven pairs of tiny branchial plumes — the same white/blonde of the Khaleesi's hair!
What's even funnier is the specific category this sea slug falls into, called the 'nudibranch', because of how often the Khaleesi and other characters are
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Plus, they look pretty badass… in the most ADORABLE WAY POSSIBLE!
Ten glow-in-the-dark piglets have been born this year in China, and it wasn't by accident — they are the result of an experiment at the South China Agriculture University! They've been tweaked by injecting a fluorescent protein from jellyfish DNA into the pig embryos.
The good news is that the animals were NOT hurt by the process and besides the glowin' they're normal-ass pigs!
So what's the benefits of this?? To show that foreign genetic material can be incorporated from one animal to an entirely different animal! This means CHEAPER DRUGS FOR HUMANS!
Plus it's just cool! Ha!
Watch the video AFTER THE JUMP!!!