This is a shot of German angler Martin Glatz and the rare, all yellow leucistic catfish he caught in a Netherlands lake. For those of you unfamiliar, leucism is similar to albinism, but the animals still have some pigment, as opposed to an albino’s complete lack of color. How about
Mother Nature: she’s wild. I could go into detail but she threatened me with murder hornets the last time I told one of her secrets. Enter this absolutely stunning footage of a female blanket octopus. You can tell it’s a female due to the species’ incredible sexual dimorphism, with females
Hey guys sorry for the lack of posting I’ve been rather busy with life. I should be back to our regularly scheduled programming tomorrow, thanks for understanding. Because dream it and you can achieve it, this is a video of musician Emily Hopkins running a couple of her harps through
Briefly keeping with the slow motion theme of the last post, this is a short clip of an eye drop being administered to a human eyeball. I bet that was refreshing. Now my own eyes feel all dry and sandpapery. I bet now yours do too. Of course this is
This is a video of a duo of wild deer trying to duke it like two t-rexes over munching rights to the backyard treat supply left out for them by ranch owner Gay McMillan of Lake Somerville, Texas. Per Gay while I make a lap around the office challenging coworkers
Because humanity is rapidly approaching its expiration date (use by, not best by), these are Wet Pants Denim, real jeans you can buy that make it look like you pissed yourself, but are actually dry to the touch (the illusion is created via dyeing, not to be confused with dying
Proving that life imitates art (or life imitates art imitating life), this is shot of a real-life SpongeBob and Patrick hanging out on the seafloor at a depth of around 6,500-feet, as spotted by an unmanned rover exploring the Retriever Seamount off the coast of New England. How about that!
This is a video of wedding dress saleslady and TikTok user Kendall popping all her joints after an eight hour shift. How easily she cracks her neck — that’s unnerving. I’d be worried my head would just pop off if I ever rode a roller coaster. I actually do worry