Survive The Winter Snow With Your Own Snow Beast

Lucky for us we don't live on the ice planet Hoth where the rebels set up a base in The Empire Strikes Back. Just as you might expect, there isn't a whole lot of life on this planet other than said rebels, but there is the wampa, a giant snow beast. Now you can get your own Star Wars Wampa Rug to help you stay warm this winter.

U.S. Government Finally Ends Research On Chimps, Hooray!

Happy days are here at last for chimpanzees and animal lovers! The U.S. government has announced that it will finally end decades of research conducted on the primates that so closely resemble humans in their genetic makeup and behavior.

Meet The Queen's Beasts

British heraldry has a long tradition of using animals in its imagery. On the grounds of Queen Elizabeth II's favorite residence, Windsor Castle, is St. George's Chapel, and on the roof of the chapel are 76 heraldic statues representing the Queen's (or King's) Beasts. The original statues dated back to the 16th century but were removed in 1682. They were finally restored in 1925.

Painting Snails Is A Weirdly Beautiful New Trend

While many people are set on killing snails, a new craze among animal lovers involves painting their shells in hopes to protect these tiny creatures. The results of this trend are stunning, creating tiny crawling "bug" art galleries.

The Best Is Yeti To Come!

Boy, are you in for a real treat! Mountain grown, straight from the Himalayas, and just in time for the holidays is Canned Yeti Meat! Yes, now you can really taste the call of the wild right on your own dinner table.

The Weekly Buzz! Spiderman Namesakes, Fussy Cats, Sexy Mosquito Repellent, & More!

Meet the spiders named after the actors in Spiderman (ew!) and the cat who's been adopted by six ferrets (ahh). Learn why cats are fussy eaters and what you can do to improve your horse's health in 2016. Check out the sexy perfume that turns off mosquitoes and more...

And The Winners Are.... 13 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards

With so many beneficial goals for wildlife welfare, the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards celebrates its first year by announcing the winners of its first competition, a lucky 13 photographs of the 1,502 submitted by photographers from 54 countries.  This wild European hamster, captured by camera 'in flight,' won the top prize for Austrian photographer Julian Rad.  Wow!  Read on to catch the other 12 hilarious winners!