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New Dinosaur Discovered Called "Chicken From Hell" Is Terrifyingly Hilarious!

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new dinosaur discovered called chicken from hell is terrifyingly hilarious andor hilariously terrifying

Anzu wyliei is his name, and being a giant chicken-looking, velociraptor hybrid is his game.

Matt Lamanna and several fellow paleontologist buddies recently unveiled the new creature! The dinosaur is basically an ostrich/raptor that weighed around 600-pounds.

Lamanna said:

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Do NOT Give Your Valentine Red Candy! Unless They Like To Eat BUGS! Find Out Which Sweet Treats To Avoid!

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Your red food coloring is actually made up of a gross beetles. Gross.

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

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Zombie Bee Infection Spreads To Vermont! We're All Gonna Die!

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Zombees found in Vermont! Infection spreads to Eastern U.S.!

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

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Khaleesi Gets Sea Creature Named After Her!

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khaleesi sea slug

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!

LOLz!

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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These Pigs Glow In The Dark To Save Our Lives!

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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.

Sounds… fun?

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!!!

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Bald Eagles Mysteriously Dying In Utah!!

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Bald Eagles mysteriously dying off in Utah!

In Utah, bald eagles are getting sick and dying and no one knows why!

So far, at least 16 eagles have died since the beginning of this month alone!

That's so awful!

Of those dead birds, half were found already dead and the others died or were euthanized while in the care of wildlife officials.

Thankfully, a lab in Madison, Wisconsin is doing blood and toxicology work to try and find out what's going on. Sadly, there won't be any results for a few weeks.

The problem is, because officials have no idea what's going on, they have no clue as to how to treat or prevent it.

The symptoms are pretty scary. The birds have weakness in their legs, then one leg goes paralyzed, followed by the other. After that the birds get head tremors and eventually seizures. They die in about three or four days.

Wildlife officials are now advising people not to touch the birds should they see one and to instead contact the Division of Wildlife Resources.

This is kinda way scary! We hope this isn't an Outbreak style scenario!

[Image via AP Images.]

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Is Glowing "Alien" Jellyfish Just A Hoax??

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Something equal parts beautiful and terrifying happened in Bristol Harbour, in the UK.

A crowd was gathering at the edge of the water of the harbor, trying to get a look at the glowing creature just underneath the water.

Was it a glowing jellyfish? Or some alien/weird deep sea creature?

A biologist was called in to investigate, and said:

"It is very intriguing – I do not really know what to make of it. There is a possibility that it is a special type of jellyfish or a marine salp. It is very unusual and I have not really seen anything like it before though. What makes it even more unusual is the fact that it showed up in the middle of a really busy area."

Ha! That's one smart scientist! Two possible explanations and one logical one.

If it's weird and unexplained and in the middle of a busy area… odds are it's a hoax.

And… apparently it was! It was all a stunt set up by UKTV's entertainment channel, Watch.

The whole thing was set up to launch a new show called The Happenings all about amazing illusions set up by two master magicians.

Check out the video to see the glowing light that fooled so many AFTER THE JUMP!!

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