Cats are dramatic creatures, to say the least. Sometimes they act nonchalant when they, say, fall over for no reason, but they might also barf in your shoes if you leave them home with a cat-sitter while you're out of town. I've been there and I feel your pain, shoe-barf stepper-inner.
Will you be eaten by a bear? A hungry wolf? Maybe a simple brown recluse bite will do you in. This amazing infographic will show you which animal is the most likely to kill (or eat) you according to which state you live in. Some of them are quite surprising, and in LOTS of states, it's a horse or other large animal. Being bitten by or crushed by large reptiles seems unlikely in Missouri, for example, but that's the truth of the matter according to the data.
Animals with leucism have a genetic mutation that prevent one side of their bodies from containing pigment. In this cool photo of a cardinal, some of the animal's feathers are leucitic. According to the Missouri Department of Conservation, when this occurs straight down the animal's body, it means that the bird is half male, half female and the condition is known as gynandromorphism.
An amazing video of an animal rescuer providing a thirsty king cobra snake with a drink of water is going around the Internet right now and you absolutely have to see it to believe it! The rescurer pours a little water on the dehydrated snake to demonstrate how he's willing to help and what he's offering, then the snake acturally drinks from the water bottle!
Need a healthy dose of cute baby animals today? This is one you're going to want to bookmark and return to later over and over again! These 15 baby animals will make you awww and squeee until the next New Year. If you love baby bunnies, chinchillas, turtles or kangaroos, you absolutely must check out this collection!