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Arnold Schwarzenegger is appearing at Comic-Con 2012!! Yes!! We're totes excited to see the Governator back in action!
Will he announce a Terminator Vs. Predator movie?? Probably not!
Does this have something to do with the Total Recall reboot? We have no clue!!
Maybe he just misses those obsessive fans who memorized his lines from Kindergarten Cop!
Unless… do you think… are we FINALLY getting a HIGHlarious sequel to Twins???
Nah. It probably just concerns The Expendables 2 panel!
Still, we're happy to see him interact with his legion of fans!!
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Octopuses (which is just as legit a word as octopi) have all sorts of different traits.
Some grow big and scary to ensnare their prey with their large
testicles tentacles. LOLz.
Others are small and nimble, and can even run on land (sort of) to escape their predators.
So… big octopus versus little octopus… who will win??
Omg… if we were a fish, we'd be terrified right now.
We're not a fish, thankfully. Though we do still feel a little shaken up.
The Sargassum fish blends in so well with the Sargassum plant that other fish don't even know it's there until they're already being eaten.
Check out the above video for one fishy master of disguise.
There is a science behind why we like zoos!
New research shows that the human brain responds to animals like no other person, place, or thing.
The studies co-author Ralph Adolphs explained to Discovery News that –
"it is important for the brain to be able to rapidly detect animals. The reasons for this are probably several, but would likely include the need to avoid predators and catch prey."
The scientists found that neurons in the right amygdala (one of the two almond-shaped groups of neurons located deep within the brain) responded preferentially to pictures of animals, whether they were of cute little critters or threatening big beasts.
The research suggest that animals may even affect our emotions.
Maybe this explains why over 100,000,000 have watched Sneezing Panda!
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