Creepy doesn't begin to cover it!
Everybody’s walking on eggshells.
I cut and fletch my own arrows...
We'll live down by the river in one of these any day!
The audacity of this group!
The stuff of nightmares!
Here ISIS, ISIS! We got something for you!
Give these gloves a hand! Or Two!
Thanks Science! We Can't wait to eat bugs!
They weren't called the Greatest Generation for nothing... And he proved why!
Larger than some cars!
Kong is back... Or maybe a cousin of his... Something. Just check out what does appear in the new Kong: Skull Island trailer.
If you're gonna drink... It's best to do so with the master... And that master was Hunter S. Thompson. Are your friends like mine and insist on hanging out in the kitchen? “Always the kitchen. I spent time with Hunter S. Thompson, the writer, and his office was in the kitchen and it was because of that. Everybody hangs out by the kitchen, so he made his office . Really smart.” Did you...
Good Lord! An American surfer who had part of his right leg amputated after he was attacked by a large crocodile in Costa Rica was able to escape because his friend fought the reptile off with his hands. Local media named the man as 59-year-old John Becker, and said he was attacked while crossing the river between Playa Grande and Tamarindo in Costa Rica about 7am on Friday. Becker escaped the crocodile...
When the hunter becomes the hunted!
Really? Who came up with this idea? Kids? Scientists may have found the perfect weapon in the fight to save the critically endangered black-footed ferret: drones outfitted to shoot vaccine-spiked, peanut butter-flavored bait pellets. The vaccine snacks, however, aren’t for the ferrets, but the burrowing rodents the animals rely on almost exclusively for food and shelter: prairie dogs. As it turns out, protecting their prey could prove key to recovering ferret populations. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife...
These incredible photographs capture the moment a hungry lion goes in for the kill before devouring his prey. Amateur photographers Howard and Marianne Berger spent days hoping to glimpse a wild animal at the Polentswa waterhole in Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park in South Africa. And their patience paid off when the predator pounced on an unsuspecting antelope as it took a drink. See more here
Why the hell would anyone even try this? Makes for some funny watching though!