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Goggles For When Life Is Bugging You

When life is bugging your kids they can stare it right back in the face with these cool Uncle Milton Bug Eye Vision Goggles. If the kids are bugging you then send them outside with a pair to keep them out of your hair.

Three Blind (Bionic) Mice, See How They Run (With A Compass)

Actually our subjects totaled 11, and they were rats versus mice. Their task was to navigate that typical maze that scientists are known to design for these types of research studies. However the challenge for this particular group of rodents was to run the entire course blind.

Invasive Species: But It's Just A Goldfish!

Invasive species are a serious threat to wildlife in the U.S. and easily a problem that you think of as being something that happens in other places, not where you live. That's why I was shocked to find that ponds in my hometown have been hit with a huge invasion -- of goldfish. Okay, we aren't talking about the little guys you keep in a bowl. These are the big ornamental koi that people buy for their home ponds.

What Are Toroidal Vortices? The Animal Video of the Day!!!

Toroidal vortexes can be created by many methods.  In this video you will see many different types.  But a majority of the content involves dolphins and whales.  And it is beautiful.

What Is A Sea Ghost? The Animal Video Of The Day!!!

Look at that picture.  Looks sort of like a an elegantly draped sheet blowing in the wind.  But what it really is... well, its quite remarkable.

Rare Velvet Worm Named After Animated Characters From My Neighbor Totoro

What's been spreading virally lately? Besides Ebola, it's an odd-looking velvet worm dubbed Eoperipatus Totoro. Scientists who named the peripatetic creature were reminded not only of Totoro himself but also of the mythical, multi-legged Catbus.

Leatherback Sea Turtles "Tell Time" Through Their Skulls

Leatherback sea turtles are the largest turtles on earth and the fourth largest reptile right behind three species of crocodilians. They migrate between feeding grounds and nesting areas. It has been a mystery to scientists and researchers for years as to how they know just when to make the change. Now it appears that an area on the crown of their heads may be the key.