Octopuses punch fish when they are mad. Eduardo Sampaio, who studies neural functioning, cognition, and social behavior of octopuses, tweeted: "Our new paper is out on @ESAEcology, showing that octos express this behavior during collaborative hunting with other fishes."
This stunning footage was captured by Colin Hogg, a Geophysics Fieldwork Technician at the Geophysics Section of Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, over Lough Ennell in Co. Westmeath in the Republic of Ireland. Apparently, it's a thing that starlings are known to do. As NPR explained in 2017: A few years ago, George F. Young… READ THE REST
From the Toronto Sun: "We have a lot of squirrels in our backyard," she told the Sun Friday. "I noticed he had something blue in his mouth and I did a double-take and then I realized it was a knife. I started filming." Diamond said her first reaction was whether the squirrel was going to… READ THE REST
Nerdist has compiled a bunch of videos of sand bubbler crabs building their little alien dome houses, and wow is it fascinating to watch. These little crustaceans use their legs for breathing, and use these meticulously-crafted sand bubbles to capture air and protect them from the tides. Pretty neat! See Sand Bubbler Crabs Build Perfect… READ THE REST
If you're going to learn electronics, you might as well learn it in service to something fun. And if you're going to learn to DJ, you might as well learn something practical along with it. Because let's face it — you probably aren't the one-in-a-million performer who becomes Deadmau5 or Marshmello or somebody else in… READ THE REST
When you say you're ready to learn a new skill, how ready are you really? Sometimes, the urge prompts enough curiosity for an interested student to try a course or two. Or maybe you're the all-in type, ready to dive headlong into everything there is to learn about a subject and drink in as much… READ THE REST
In the grand scheme of the universe, guys don't really have a ton to complain about when it comes to personal grooming and self-maintenance. Sure, there are always a few mostly minor inconveniences here and there, but when considering the insane number of hoops women have to jump through to look and feel their best… READ THE REST