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Check Out How This Genius Spider Used A Rock To Finish Its Web! Everyone's Doomed!

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Spiders are terrifying enough as it is… the last thing they need is problem solving skills.

The day spiders learn to open doors is the day we start searching for a new planet.

Proof of spider intelligence was recently found online: photos of a spider web anchored by a stone, suspended in mid-air.

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Dwayne Johnson's Hercules Beard Was Made Of Yak Pubes?! YUCK!

Dwayne Johnson was on Live with Kelly and Michael talking about his new movie: Hercules!

He wasn't discussing the intense action or his giant muscles or anything, though.

He was talking about the wigs and beard!

His face/head is generally silky smooth and hairless so he had to have hair added to him.

One day, while having his beard applied to his face, one strip of hair at a time, he asked what it was made of. His stylist's reply? Hair from a yak.

That's normal, yak hair is very soft and usually expensive. But Dwayne just had to know… where did the hair specifically come from?

The testicles.

Of course. Of course The Rock gets yak pubes glued to his face. LOLz!

We bet you're just itching to hear Dwayne talk about hairy yak balls!

Check out the video (above) and prepare for the yak pubes!

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Super Cute Otter Juggles Rock For Fun!

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No matter what, otters will always be cute.

It's like they're just built to make you awwwww!

At Sea Life Oberhausen in Germany, two beautiful sea otters were just hanging out on a stump.

They were just living the otter life, hanging out, being generally adorbz, when one of them grabbed a rock.

Then the unthinkable happened…

No, he didn't smash the other otter's face in! Why would you even think that? LOLz!

He started playing catch by himself! It was so amazing.

So check out the video (above) to see this amazing otter play catch with himself.

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Steven Tyler And His Tiniest, Cutest Little Doggy

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Who says tiny little purse puppies are only for socialites and old rich ladies?

Steven Tyler is a friggin rock star and he has the tiniest, cutsiest little puppy dog EVER!

Steven was spotted leaving the Trump Soho Hotel in Manhattan recently and he had his little puppy with him.

We have to say it again, that is the cutest little dog EVER!

He looks like he's carrying a little stuffed animal around with him!

We wanna meet that little dog!

Play date with Teddy, perhaps?

[Image via WENN.]

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Brand New Baby Rock Hyraxes

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Welcome to the world baby Hyraxes!

Three brand new baby Hyraxes were born at Virginia Zoo's Africa - Okavango Delta exhibit.

Rock Hyraxes are little mammals that, other than being super cute, love to snuggle up in rocks.

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Have Fossils Of the EARLIEST Animals Been Discovered???

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Princeton University geoscientists Adam Maloof & Catherine Rose identified fossils of soft-bodied animals from approximately 577 million years ago to 542 million years ago.

Or at least they think the fossils are from animals - that's only their "best guess."

The fossils were found in Australia and the results suggest that primitive sponge-like creatures lived in ocean reefs all those years ago.

The research suggests that the organisms were about the size of a small fingertip and had weirdly shaped bodies with a huge network of internal canals.

Here's what a scientist said:

"We were accustomed to finding rocks with embedded mud chips, and at first this is what we thought we were seeing. But then we noticed these repeated shapes that we were finding everywhere – wishbones, rings, perforated slabs and anvils. We realized we had stumbled upon some sort of organism, and we decided to analyze the fossils. No one was expecting that we would find animals that lived before the ice age, and since animals probably did not evolve twice, we are suddenly confronted with the question of how a relative of these reef-dwelling animals survived the 'snowball Earth.'"

The 'Snowball Earth' is the theory that the entire globe was frozen solid at one point before 650 million years ago.

Images recreated from their finding have led scientists to believe these fossil remains belonged to a spongelike creature. Previously, the oldest known and undisputed fossilized sponges date to around 520 million years old.

History is being made, people.

But are we sure those (above) are fossils? They look like pizza to us - ha!

[Image via Maloof Lab/Situ Studio.]

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Polar Bear Breaks Aquarium Glass With A Rock!

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Dear Polar Bear Gods! Dutch polar bears are attacking!

And they've learned how to use rocks! LOLz!

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