Halitrephes MaasiThe most recent account of the jelly has been found at a depth of 4,000-5,000 feet near the Revillagigedo Archipelago off Baja California Peninsula, Mexico. Halitrephes Maasi can be found in the Atlantic, Indo-Pacific, Antarctic, and Mediterrean. There are also other neon jellyfish to enjoy that have been around for a while. This video […]

Apparently, plants can grow on turtles. It makes them look like mammal plant hybrids. A very beautiful display of what nature can do.

Rabbits create dens called forms in which they hide their young. These shelters also protect rabbits from inclement weather and predation by other animals. By creating these forms, rabbits bend the grass out of position and sometimes break the blades. Additionally, they may import grass from other spots in the yard and mat down or […]

Matthias Schlitte has a rare genetic disorder (Klippel-Trénaunay-Weber syndrome) that makes his right arm larger than his left. He has used this rare bone disorder to become one of the worlds greatest professional arm wrestling champions. He sees his disorder as a gift from above and his calling in life. At age 16 Matthias weighed […]

The Mangalitsa is a wooly-coated pig, there is no sheep DNA but they have earned the nickname Sheep Pig. They are a rare breed on the edge of extinction. This Hungarian pig is thought to be the tastest pig on the planet.

Camels bodies are built for harsh desert conditions. Camels have a hard palate at the tops of their mouths and cheeks lined with raised, cone-shaped structures called papillae. Papillae in camels partially consist of keratin, the same hard material that your fingernails are made of. Papillae protect the cheek and mouth from scratches and injuries.

The iris of llamas is unique due to structures called “iridic granules“. These are dark lumpy masses coming off the iris at the top and bottom of the pupil. They providing shade to the eye. Llamas also do not have a tapetum or what you would know as that glow you see when headlights shine […]