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
Following a drop in their testosterone levels after mating season, all species of male deer shed their antlers in the winter and grow a new pair the coming spring. And this is a rare video of a buck dropping one of its antlers as caught by an Alberta, Canada home’s
Because Mother Nature’s freaky-deakiness knows no bounds, this is a short clip of a scorpion with a backful of newborns glowing under blacklight. Why do scorpions glow under blacklight? Scientists still aren’t sure — some speculate it helps them find each other or attract prey. Others believe that they glow
Because when you’re a giant shelf cloud you can jaywalk all you want, this is a video of one crossing the street somewhere in Georgia. Mother Nature is wild, isn’t she? Like one shot of Jack Daniels and she’s dancing on the bar with her top off, her breasts lunging
This is a rather erotic timelapse of king oyster mushrooms growing as captured by Youtuber Another Perspective (previously, including a shitake mushroom timelapse), whose automated system took a photo every four seconds for ten days. You know, it’s well documented mushrooms actually came to earth from outerspace, provided what I
This is a video of Damian from California Carnivores pouring out a hybrid Nepenthes pitcher plant (Nepenthes truncata x Nepenthes lowii) that caught and digested a small rodent, likely a mouse. In the wilds of Borneo, Nepenthes lowii produces a substance that attracts tree shrews, which come and eat the
This is a macro timelapse video from Another Perspective (previously) of a cluster of ladybug eggs hatching into scary little aliens. Who knew ladybug babies were so terrifying looking? But they’re so cute when they get older. For reference, humans are the exact opposite. I was cute as a baby,