Posted November 15, 2018 by Lady Bee

If you're trying to give CBD oil to your cat, you may have noticed that cats really can't stand the stuff. Yes, even mixed with their food, your dog's food, or your own steak and cheese, cats hate it.

Posted October 30, 2018 by Creature Features

These 10 interstellar clouds of gas and dust don't include the Space Coyote from The Simpsons but any of these exquisite outer-space nebulae would still make the ultimate spirit animal.

Posted October 25, 2018 by Laurie Kay Olson

There was a time in China, around 2,300 years ago, when people of high status were entombed in crypts that would also contain the bodies of exotic animals and domestic livestock. Animals such as leopards, lynx, black bears, and cranes, among others, have been found in these tombs. Archaeologists working on a set of 12 burial pits were surprised to discover the remains of an unknown and extinct type of ape inside one of them.

Posted October 23, 2018 by Creature Features

The so-called 'Headless Chicken Monster' may be a viral sensation but this oddly-proportioned oceanic sea cucumber just wants to be left alone.

Posted October 16, 2018 by Lady Bee

First, let me give you some background on my pets, so you will understand what this product was up against....

Posted October 2, 2018 by Creature Features

If you're thirsty enough to suck the salty tears from a sleeping bird's eye, you just might be a very creepy moth from the Amazon rainforest.

Posted September 30, 2018 by Ron Callari

Most people don't know the animal known as the 'Wondiwoi.' There is good reason for that. It has been missing since 1928. In fact, the Wondiwoi tree kangaroo is so rare that it's believed to have been extinct.

Posted September 27, 2018 by Laurie Kay Olson

The days are getting cooler and all those spiders you've been seeing all summer long are seeking shelter from this change in a different ways. Have you ever wondered how spiders survive the winter? They are cold-blooded creatures after all. That's why we don't see them during the colder months, but many of them are still all around us. Where they do it depends on the species and how their natural life-cycle occurs.