Wait… what?? Yes, we were just confused by our own headline.
But it's all true!
A cat, dressed in a shark costume, is riding a Roomba robot vacuum around while a little duckling chases the Roomba.
Also, there's a dog in a hammerhead shark costume!
We have no idea why this video happened, but we're so glad it did.
It's just one big cluster fluff of cuteness!!
Check out the video (above) to see random animal adorbzness!
Score one for the Sharks!
The New York Senate has UNANIMOUSLY passed a bill to ban shark fin trading!
But that won't mean squat unless the New York state Assembly passes the bill which many people are positive will happen.
Here's what a spokesperson for the Humane Society said:
It's pretty rare to see a great white shark in South Florida, but it does happen.
It's even rarer to catch one and reel it in!!
A high school baseball team was on a fishing boat in South Florida when exactly that happened!
It took four players over two hours to reel the shark into the boat.
Since great whites are protected, the shark was released so yay! Happy ending!
The 1,000-pound, 10-13ft shark was the largest the ship captain had ever caught in his 30 years of fishing!
Check out the video (above) to see the boys trying to reel in the beast!!
Remember when this shark was discovered?
Well, that wasn't the only genetic anomaly that's happened!
In fact, there's been quite a lot of them over the years.
From sharks to humans - animal anomalies happen quite regularly.
Is that ironic? Not sure.
But we were definitely curious to see which other anomalies there were.
If you are too then definitely check out the video by clicking PLAY directly (above) !!!
As if sharks weren't scary enough…
A two headed bull shark was discovered near the gulf of Mexico by a petrified fisherman.
Well, not the actual shark, but a fetus version inside its shark mother.
Reports say that its two heads were well developed, but the shark wouldn't have probably lasted very long after its birth.
Check out a in depth video of this bizarre animal by clicking PLAY (above) !!!
Whistleblowers reported that a shark died after filming a commercial for Kmart!!
So as soon as PETA found out, they began urging Kmart to investigate the incident.
Apparently, according to whistleblowers, a 5-foot shark was flown from New York to El Lay and was put into a small above-ground pool.
If you live in South Florida, do NOT go into the water!!
Literally tens of thousands of sharks were seen off the coast, right in the shallow water.
A lifeguard supervisor for a South Florida beach said:
"We got here this morning and they were thick, really thick. They were frenzied and chasing bait all the way up to shore. They were practically right on the sand."
A biology professor who was tracking the migration of the sharks said that he counted over 15,000 sharks less than 200 yards from shore!!
The risk of attack is apparently pretty low because the water is so clear, a shark can more easily distinguish humans from prey.
But they're still scary, and dozens of beaches in South Florida are still closed.
We recommend everyone just stay OUT of the water!!
Check out the video (above) to see dozens of sharks swimming just off the coast.