Posted 4 months ago

Eyeless Snail Found

In complete darkness is where they found this eyeless snail. 3,000 feet below the surface of the Lukina Jama-Trojama caves of Western Croatia. Being named the Zospeum tholussum, it has no shell pigmentation, giving it a see-through glass appearance.

Posted 4 months ago

Andrill Anemone found in Ice Shelves

The Andrill anemone, which was named after the Antarctic Geological Drilling Program) is the first species of sea anemone to live in ice. It is not understood clearly how they survive the harsh conditions of burying their 1-inch bodies into the ice shelf with their 2 dozen tentacles tangling into the ice cold water below them. 

Posted 5 months ago

Eardrum-less toad


Hidden on the Peru’s forest floors laid a body that was camouflaged that looked like dead leaves. The new species, Rhinella yunga, was discovered after the habitat was found was discovered by scientists in the stretch of moutain forests that belonged along the eastern slopes of the Andes (also known as the Peruvian Yungas).

Rhinella yunga toads was put into the same species group as the Rhinella margaritifera until the scientists discovered a group that had lacked eardrums.

With further investigation, it was found that this species was a genetically different species. 

Posted 5 months ago

Sex Addict New Species—Black-Tailed Antechinus

Pink-nosed rodent-like marsupial has recently been discovered. Turns out, the males of the species mate so fiercely, that they die before their your are born. 

The marsupial was discovered when it was caught in an Australian Springbook National Park trap that was baited with peanut butter and oats. They have named this species a black-tailed antechinus.

Other members of the antechinus group has already been discovered, some by the same team that has discovered this new species. Mammalogist, Andrew Baker (of the Queensland University of Technology) had previously discovered two of the new species in the Antechinus group in southeastern Queensland. The discovery of mammal species are rare, only a few are found each year.

Posted 8 months ago

Amazing Fetal Pictures

Posted 8 months ago

Satanic Leaf-Tailed Gecko

Has red eyes, tiny horns and a evil smile, living in Madagascar forest this creature knows how to blend well.

Posted 9 months ago
Meet the rainbow grasshopper. Although not discovered recently but yet intriguing and rare. Found mostly in Arizona with a lifespan on average of a year. Also called the locust or grasshopper clown paint.

Meet the rainbow grasshopper. Although not discovered recently but yet intriguing and rare. Found mostly in Arizona with a lifespan on average of a year. Also called the locust or grasshopper clown paint.

Posted 10 months ago

The marine biologist shown in the video was reportedly cutting the whale open to avoid further hazards but accidentally hit a gas bubble behind the sperm whale’s blubber.

At Faroe Islands.

Posted 10 months ago

Epic video of 55 ducks crossing a road together

Posted 10 months ago

Mysterious creature caught on camera or is it something of a sort of a whale placenta? Or it something else?

Posted 10 months ago

AHA Covers Up Harm in Filming

Animals may have been harmed during the filming of this production 

Animals may have been harmed during the production of the movie, ‘Life of Pi’. The tiger nearly drowned during the filming after being dragged out to sea by a rope and another 27 creatures died during the filming of the ‘Hobbit.’ Shocking truth which is behind the words ‘no animals were harmed’ in these movies.

The American Humane Association (AHA) is in charge of protecting animals during movies which is now being revealed that they are putting more effort into covering up the animal harm than preventing it. 

Some of the biggest-name productions in Hollywood has seen animals die on-set or suffer from near-death experiences but the AHA has stamped their approval.

The tiger from ‘Life of Pi’ named King, the star of the movie, almost drowned during filming. The trainer had to lasso the tiger and pull him to safety. Some more movies that were involved with harming of animals was Pirates of the Caribbean, The Hobbit, and a film from HBO called ‘Luck’.
In the filming of Pirates of the Caribbean film there were dozens of marine animals washing ashore. In the Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey there were 27 animals who died during the filming. Then, there is the HBO’s movie ‘Luck’ which 4 horses died during the movie.
An email obtained by the Hollywood Reporter, AHA monitor Gina Johnson allegedly wrote to a colleague: “I think this goes without saying but DON’T MENTION IT TO ANYONE, ESPECIALLY THE OFFICE! I have downplayed the fuck out of it.”
In the movie, of the Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, several dozen marine animals which included fish and squid washed ashore, they died after uncontrolled explosions which were set off in the water for special effects, a rep from the AHA which was present at the filming told The Hollywood Reporter.
The AHA declined to comment regarding the allegation.

In the Hobbit there were more than 2 dozen animals who died in the filming including sheep and goats who died of dehydration, exhaustion or drown from the filming. Even though the AHA knew about these animals being harmed, they still gave their certification of ‘No Animals were harmed during this film.’

 During the filming of ‘Failure to Launch’ there was a squirrel that was somehow crushed to death by the film crew. 

There are many films that say that there were no animals harmed of the filming of this movie that is approved by the AHA even though some animals might have been harmed and others who died. 

Posted 11 months ago

Amazing Moments Documentary

Posted 11 months ago

Pictures of Albino animals, including a bull, cardinal, crayfish, dolphin, otter, raccoon, toad and a wallaby.

Posted 11 months ago

Rare Breed of Killer Whale May Be New Species

A group of killer whales once thought to be a genetic abnormality might be a new species, according to a recent study in the journal, ‘Polar Biology’.

The rarely seen ‘type D’ orca’s, who live in the Southern Ocean, are one of the 4 variates of the killer whale. Researchers recently sequenced their genome using material collected from a museum skeleton from 1955. In 1955 is the when scientists first spotted this type D killer whale, when a pod of them washed ashore on a New Zealand beach.

While typical killer whales, type A,B, and C, have streamlined bodies and large white eye patches, the type D have tiny eye markings and large bulbous heads.

The type D were though to be that these whales were a result of genetic mutations because they were no other known sightings, says Robert Pitman, one of the marine biologist from the U.S. National Marine Fisheries Services, and the co-author of this new study.

"We started seeing photos of this type of animal from various places, all around the Antarctic waters," Pitman said. "The weather is bad down there all the time," he said. "That’s why the whale escaped notice from scientists for so many years."

A new subspecies of killer whale.

Posted 11 months ago

Spectacular attack of a leapord.