Just when you thought that having our skies filled with all manner of dirty birds was bad enough…prepare for the news that man’s best friend isn’t man’s best friend!
I see you over there Sci-Fi Channel, licking your chops.
From now on in China, we shall remember this day, not as a victory over the vile avian species, but as … B-Day!
A study at the Bronx Zoo (motto: Please Don’t Shoot The Animals) shows that elephants may be aware of themselves. These things can outrun us and weigh over a ton.
Folks, if there is a single greatest threat against humanity, it has to be self-aware elephants.
Those dastardly birds are after us again! Say no to cloning, otherwise we might be in for this. I mean, seriously, did you see that picture? And they’re calling it a freaking “terror bird”. Terror bird. That doesn’t exactly make you think of something warm, cuddly, and soft like a marshmallow.
Ahem. So in conclusion, we can’t let this monster be brought about again upon the world, because if we do, the terror birds win.
They started the war with the assassination of Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin, then people started exacting their revenge for the senseless killing. Now, it seems the battle has reached our shores.
A stingray off the coast of Florida leapt into a boat and stabbed a 81-year old man in the heart with a poisonous barb. Luckily, the veteran of the war on stingrays and other animals has survived.
You can’t tell this blog that attack wasn’t premeditated.
Think your city is fun? You might want to try moving to New Delhi, where monkeys harass locals constantly. The monkeys have gotten so bad, the Indian Supreme Court has ordered for 300 monkeys to be caught in the city and relocated elsewhere.
The war on animals continues, even if India is coddling them.
In keeping with the recent trends of this blog to cover artifacts and new species, have you ever heard of a rat-squirrel? Didn’t think so. Most non-paleontologists haven’t, since science was said it had gone extinct millions of years ago. That is until they found one this week.
In a modern-day coelacanth story (that story is so last century!), scientists found a live species of a family long thought to be extinct for 11 million years. It was found this week in Laos. Scientists say they are pleased to find an ancient species to study, and add that it is best served with a side of kimchi.
In other news, cancel your weekend plans.