A howling coyote is a staple of the creepy camping genre, but it turns out we mightn’t have had anything to worry about after all — it was just this guy all along. Oh, but the howls you hear coming back? They’re real. Imagine just walking through the woods at night and that sound erupts from the area surrounding you.
This manta ray was caught on film off the coast of Central America, appearing to ask these divers for help. The manta ray was trapped in a fishing net, and it was causing her a lot of pain. But this manta was smart and brave enough to approach these divers when she saw them. This isn’t the first time a ray has been caught doing something like this either.
The Youngbloods are a small spearfishing crew from the beautiful coast of north west Australia. Join them on their recent fishing adventure where they explore the ocean on jet skis, spear some massive fish and generally live the Aussie dream.
The nose never sleeps. Pheobe the mini pig wakes to the smell of a chocolate cookie placed within inches of her snoring nose, which she very happily consumes. The smell probably infiltrated her dreams, and she had a nice dream of eating a cookie, then woke up to a delicious cookie. Never give up hope guys, some dreams really do come true.
Black is not an uncommon colour in the animal world; bears are black, gorillas are black, there are breeds of dogs and cats that are black. But this Indonesian chicken breed known as Ayam Cemani takes black into an entirely different realm. The black colour of Ayam Cemani is not limited to its feathers – the colour is all over and even on the inside. Everything about this chicken is black – skin, beak, plume, tongue, legs, toe nails, its meat, bones, and organs. Even the bone marrow is black. Would you eat it?