Monday , 6 November 2017

Science

Florida Fishermen Find Giant Squid

Several people were fishing over the weekend just off Florida’s Atlantic coast when they pulled up a 23-foot long squid. They say they were fishing about 12 miles offshore from Port Salerno when they saw the squid, WPTV reported. “We pulled up… thought it was something to fish on, a pallet or something like that. We looked at it, all ... Read More »

Hypnotoad

This is a just a really cool picture of a unique frog named the Hypnotoad. We though we go a step further and post some fun facts about frogs while your here: In General Frog Facts There is evidence that frogs have roamed the Earth for more than 200 million years, at least as long as the dinosaurs. The world’s ... Read More »

Dogs can instinctively sense a friendly face

It is what many dog owners have long suspected – their pets can read their personalities and know instinctively who is more likely to be friendly or give them a treat. Dog owners often claim their pets have an uncanny ability to understand them, sensing tiredness, depression and illness even if they hide the signs. Now scientists claimed to have ... Read More »

Injured by a shark, mother turtle gets help laying eggs

Long after the suntanned crowds pack up their umbrellas and chairs and the tide has washed away that day’s sand castles, Clover slowly makes her way onto the beach. It is usually the middle of the night, when the beach is quiet and intentionally darkened. Nearby lights from streets and buildings are shut off in expectation of after-hours visitors such ... Read More »

5 thing to know about catnip

Here are five things every cat lover should know about this mysterious product that drives cats batty. 1. Catnip is an actual plant. A member of the mint family, Nepeta cataria L. (aka catnip) grows throughout the United States. The plant features small, lavender flowers and jagged, heart-shaped leaves that smell faintly of mint. 2. It’s easy to grow. Cat ... Read More »