It’s the end of the line for these frogs, as they get gobbled whole by snakes....
12 Incredible Snapshots of Chameleons Launching Their Tongues at Prey
Although they are well known for their color-changing abilities, watching chameleons flicking out their incredible tongues is also incredibly captivating, as these images show.
15 Ass-Kicking Movie Chicks Dressed in Leather
Leather, babes and guns – it’s an explosive combination as classic as Shakespeare. Here we look at the 15 sexiest movie babes in leather – from dangerous femme fatales to sultry heroines.
10 Least Comprehensible Movies Not Directed by David Lynch
David Lynch may be the king of cinematic confusion, but he’s not the only one who can do weird. Here are ten movies by other directors that flirt openly with the boundaries of comprehensibility.
Thai Crocodile Handlers Thrust Their Heads Between the Giant Reptiles’ Jaws
Most of us could probably think of better ways to earn a living than sticking our heads into the toothy maws of crocodiles – but that’s exactly what these Thai croc wrestlers do every day.
15 Most Iconic Sneaker Moments in Movies
Nothing sells sneakers quite like a major movie placement. Here are 15 memorable cinematic sneaker moments, featuring everything from hip-hop-approved dancing shoes to alien-banishing basketball kicks.
Gazing Into the Origins of the Universe 1.5 Miles Beneath the Antarctic Ice
In one of the harshest, most remote places on Earth, the IceCube Neutrino Observatory recently made a remarkable and award-winning breakthrough for astronomy.
12 Strikingly Beautiful Pythons in Pictures
They’re long, slithery, sometimes dangerous, and often dazzlingly beautiful. These 12 photographs of pythons show just how alluring some colored and patterned members of this snake family can be.
12 Cheeky Animals Sneakily Stealing Drinks
We all love to chill out with a drink, but animals rather enjoy having a taste of our coffee, sodas and cocktails, too! Here are 12 beverage-stealing creatures.
Mice Could Permanently Have No Fear of Cats
A parasite has recently been found to have the potential to permanently erase mice’s fear of cats. But does it have any implications for humans, and what could it mean for future medical developments?