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  • May 8, 2014
    In news that will undoubtedly be looked back upon as a terrible idea, scientists have successfully created the first living organism using DNA that doesn't resemble the DNA of any living creature on earth. Wait -- so they made an alien?! I'll be in my underground bunker if yo... / Continue →
  • April 22, 2014
    HIYO, female insect peen coming at ya! This is a closeup of a Brazilian cave insect in which male and female sex organs are reversed. The males have vaginas and the females, big ol' penises (for an insect). The male still produces the sperm though, the female just dips her p... / Continue →
  • December 16, 2013
    Note: Uncensored version of the shot HERE because some people are squeamish (I heard the girl sitting next to me at the coffee shop spit up a little). This is Xiao Wei's hand and foot. Wei lost his hand to an industrial accident in Changde, China, and, after finally making ... / Continue →
  • November 20, 2013
    He looks like something straight out of a Dr. Seuss story, doesn't he? Well he's not, he's a previously undescribed species of planthopper photographed in real life. I just want to rub his fuzzy ass on my cheeks, don't you? Like nature's little makeup brush. Many planthoppe... / Continue →
  • September 27, 2013
    Seen here looking like a cross between a shark, killer whale, cowboy boot and a sea turtle with an unfortunate chin penis, is an artist's impression of Entelognathus, an ancient fish paleontologists believe may be the missing link between the extinct bony armored Placoderms and... / Continue →
  • June 17, 2013
    University of Nottingham professor Harminder Dua recently discovered a new human body part and named it after himself because that's what you get to do when you discover things. Now I know what you're all hoping for, and sadly, no, it's not some sort of new hidden penis. Dua'... / Continue →
  • May 31, 2013
    In potentially exciting cloning news, scientists have successfully drawn liquid wooly mammoth blood from a carcass found in Siberia. Fingers crossed by this time next year they're inexpensive enough to hire for a kid's birthday party. About 15,000 years ago, an old female woo... / Continue →
  • May 1, 2013
    This is a video of a computer printer and filing cabinet located in some university's music department. I know, that was arguably the most exciting video intro I've ever written. This particular printer and filing cabinet though -- they share a very special relationship. You... / Continue →
  • March 26, 2013
    This is a two-headed bull shark discovered in the Gulf of Mexico. Well, it wasn't swimming around attacking people or anything, it was discovered inside a mother shark that had been caught. Based on that business card in the photo, I'm going to assume the best SharkDefense is... / Continue →
  • February 15, 2013
    In news that just makes me want to throw my hands up and tell the lord to take me now, scientists have created "zombie" cells in the laboratory that can outperform living ones. I don't even know what that means but I just taped a knife to a mop handle to fend off whatever hell... / Continue →
  • February 1, 2013
    This is a brief video from Japan's National Institute of Genetics of what's believed to be the world's first footage of a thought being formed. $10 says Hollywood tries to turn it into a movie. The thought existed in the brain of a zebrafish, and is basically "FOOD!". Haha, ... / Continue →
  • January 2, 2013
    Damn creeper -- stare much? According to biologists, giant panda blood contains a unique antibiotic compound that may prove a useful tool in the fight against human illness. And even more promising? Dragon blood. One drop and you are CURED. Ooooooor explode into flames, I ... / Continue →
  • November 29, 2012
    Seen here looking suspiciously like a hair under a microscope, scientists have managed to capture an image of DNA's double helix structure for the first time, officially ending the era of me being able to claim DNA is actually shaped like little rainbows. Truly a sad day. The... / Continue →
  • October 19, 2012
    Scientists are investigating a well preserved woolly mammoth carcass discovered in Siberia with the hopes of finding living cells inside and cloning one of the beasts. It's a far cry from a dinosaur, but I'd still ride one into battle against the giants. Russia's North-Easter... / Continue →
  • October 12, 2012
    RETROACTIVE WARNING: Giant mystery eyeball. Also, potential Slimer tattoo. A man in Florida stumbled across this giant mysterious eyeball while metal-detecting for buried pirate treasure or whatever, and now scientists are hard at work trying to determine where it came from.... / Continue →
  • October 11, 2012
    This is Cercopithecus lomamiensis, a new species of monkey discovered in Africa (one of only two new species discovered in the past 26 years). It has a creepy, human-like face and a bright blue ass. Kind of like a Na'vi. There's a worthwhile shot of one's ass and balls after... / Continue →
  • September 11, 2012
    Because everybody deserves to have nightmares, here's a common scorpionfly (thankfully not that common around here -- I hope). It's a fly with a scorpion-looking tail. But -- BUT -- the end of the tail isn't actually a stinger, it's its pecker. Tehehehe! Scientific Name: T... / Continue →
  • August 29, 2012
    Man, I half-wish I had a dong on my head now. "That can be arranged." Ahahahaha! *wink* These are a male (above) and female Phallostethus cuulong, a species of Vietnamese fish that has its privates on its head right behind the mouth. *giggling* That's a great place for the... / Continue →
  • August 22, 2012
    This is Venus, a three year old chimera cat. WTF is a chimera cat? CUTE AS A BUTTON. Chimera cat is one individual organism, but genetically its own fraternal twin. A chimera is typically formed from four parent cells (either two fertilized eggs, or two early embryos that ha... / Continue →
  • July 10, 2012
    Because scientists don't know when to stop despite some VERY heavily worded emails sent by yours truly, a group of researchers at the University of Arizona have developed a pair of "biologically accurate" humanoid legs that mimic the function and movement of real human legs, ju... / Continue →