The Aye-Aye is a strange primate native to Madagascar

Strange animals: Aye Aye

The Aye-Aye is a strange looking primate in the lemur family that is native to Madagascar.The Aye-Aye has rodent-like teeth and a special thin middle finger which fills the same ecological niche as a woodpecker. The Aye-Aye is a strange primate native to Madagascar »

16 freaky hairless creatures

Hairless Rabbit

What if all animals were hairless? Can you imagine what they would look like?Animals without fur (for whatever reason) might look like aliens and be barely recognizable. Take a look at these 16 bald animals, and decide whether they still look cute or terrifying. 16 freaky hairless creatures »

Drug that revives sex life may also protect wildlife

The popular impotence drug Viagra may be reducing demand for traditional Chinese impotence remedies, many of which contain ground-up animal parts, researchers say. So Viagra may be helping to save world wildlife. Drug that revives sex life may also protect wildlife »

Prognosis for two-faced kitten is good

Two faced kitten
A two faced kitten was born in Bensalem, Pennsylvania, on Wednesday, to a proud mother cat Butt-Butt. Prognosis for two-faced kitten is good »

Top 10 Mad Kings and Queens

Ivan the Terrible

History is replete with instances of kings and queens who brought misery upon their people with their cruelty, poor governance skills or/and lack of sense for reality. Listed below are ten kings and queens whose reign was troubled by mental disorders and in some cases, severe mental illness that made them unfit and incapable to rule their kingdoms. Top 10 Mad Kings and Queens »

Rats turned into remote controlled robots

Scientists for the first time have managed to remotely direct the movements of rats by using implanted electrodes to control their behavior — in effect transforming living animals into robots.

Rats turned into remote controlled robots »