Instant 'Alien Ramen' made with seriously scary-looking Warusubo fish can be nuked from orbit (to be sure) or in your microwave for a quick snack.
During the 1700s, stow-away hungry rats from a docking ship led to the depletion of the tortoise population on the Galapagos Island of Pinzon, Ecuador. These rats were successful in wiping out an entire species for over one-hundred years.
Lab rats at the University of Richmond were trained to drive 'rat cars' to obtain treats and, as the treats got more difficult to obtain, the rats upped their skill levels to get them.
Over the years there's been a number of studies showing that horses can interpret human expressions. However new research actually demonstrates that horse can remember human emotions.
Icebergs that look like our fave pets and animals? It's more likely than you think thanks to the uniquely human tendency known as pareidolia.
No one knows for sure how many dogs and cats roam the streets of our neighbors to the south in Mexico, but there are estimates in the hundreds of thousands.
Soon you won't have to pill your pets for 5 to 10 days after they get a bacterial infection. One injection at the vet's office will take care of it!
The Onion was a satirical digital media company and newspaper organization that enjoyed wide popularity over the years.