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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.

Monkeys Used To Cure Polio In 1900s, Now Polio Used To Cure Cancer In 2015

Who could have imagined that a dreadful epidemic could actually be instrumental in potentially curing another disease, equally as heinous. Yet over the course of the last 100 years, medical science has seemingly found a connection between two disparate diseases that is as startling as it is miraculous. . . and it all started with a group of test monkeys.

Hey Dude, Where’s My Panda?

Perhaps if Ashton Kutcher and Seann William Scott were equipped with GPS technology on their smartphones back in 2000 they might have been able to track down their car with less difficulty. But wait. . .it's not the writers' fault they failed to include a mention of that technology in their screenplay of “Dude, Where’s my Car,” it’s just that ‘assisted GPS for mobile devices and desktops,’ didn’t really go mainstream until 2004.

GoPro Dog! The POV Animal Video Of The Day!!!

The GoPro camera has opened up a wealth of creative uses for the amateur (and professional) videographer.  This video accurately catches the sheer joy of a dog going to the beach.

The Six Million Dollar Dog?

Remember the days of Steve Austin’s transformation from an appendage-damaged astronaut into a stealth CIA operative? The TV Show, The Six Million Dollar Man became an instant TV hit, positioning actor Lee Majors as pop culture icon of the 1970s and spawned a good number of spin-offs including The Bionic Woman.

That’s A Horse Of A Different Chameleon

You’re probably familiar with the two animated chameleons who’ve been actively selling Valspar Paint for the last couple of years in TV commercials. You know . . . those two lizard-like creatures who are able to camouflage the color of their body to blend into their surroundings.

Android’s ‘Friends Furever’ Features Unlikely Animal BFFs To Sell Smartphones

TV commercials are a rare art form that eludes some big brands. While a company liked Geico has been consistent in developing fresh and innovative ads, Google more than often misses the mark when trying to capture our imagination.