Read more about the article Alligator Snapping Turtle Uses Worm-Like Tongue To Lure Fish
Picture shows an Alligator snapping turtle (Macrochelys temminckii) at Ikeda Zoo, in Okayama City, Japan, undated. The Zoo shared the video asking people to gusess what it was based on one unusal part of its body. (@LOVE_IKEDAZOO/CEN)

Alligator Snapping Turtle Uses Worm-Like Tongue To Lure Fish

This incredible footage shows the wormlike tongue of a massive alligator snapping turtle which is used to suck fish into the gaping mouth of the underwater creature. Once in range…

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Read more about the article Firemen Pull Animal From Frozen Wisconsin River
Fire fighters rescuing a deer, in Bellevue Wisconsin, USA, undated. It fell through the ice of a frozen river and was stuck. (@DixonILpolice/Newsflash )

Firemen Pull Animal From Frozen Wisconsin River

Emergency workers 'fish' a helpless deer out of a frozen river after it accidentally fell through the ice. The poor creature was spotted swimming desperately in ice-cold waters of the…

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Read more about the article Mutant Goat Born With Six Legs, Two Back, And Two Tails
Photo shows a goat born with six legs and two backs, undated photo. The unusual goat was born in Asahan, Malacca, Malaysia, Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2022. (CEN)

Mutant Goat Born With Six Legs, Two Back, And Two Tails

A mutant goat with six legs, two backs, and two tails has been born in Malaysia. The uncanny creature came into the world in Kampung Relau, Pekan Asahan, Malacca, on…

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Read more about the article The 99-Million-Year-Old Snail Which Used Hairs To Make It Sexy
Image shows the hairy snail, undated photo. It was discovered in a 99-million-year-old amber: Archaeocyclotus brevivillosus sp. nov by scientists in Germany in October 2022. (Senckenberg/Newsflash)

The 99-Million-Year-Old Snail Which Used Hairs To Make It Sexy

Scientists have discovered a tiny ancient snail that could have used hairs sprouting out of its shell to help it find mates. The creature was found in a 99 million-year-old…

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Read more about the article Velvet Spider Pet Feeds On Tiny Bug
Cute little spider, Spinarak, feeds on another insect, in his owner Miro Skandera's home in Los Angeles, California, in undated footage. Miro Skandera keeps around 100 spiders. (@insect_paparazzi/Newsflash)

Velvet Spider Pet Feeds On Tiny Bug

This footage shows a tiny little velvet spider feasting on an equally tiny bug. Its owner - feature film previs and animation artist Miro Skandera, 47, - filmed the fuzzy-legged…

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Read more about the article Sea Creature Found Half-Buried In Sand
The General Directorate of Border Guard of Saudi Arabia returns a sea turtle back to its environment in Umluj governorate in Tabuk Region, Saudi Arabia, undated video. The sea turtle was found buried in the sand. (@BG994/Newsflash)

Sea Creature Found Half-Buried In Sand

These images show a large sea turtle that was found half-buried on a beach in Saudi Arabia. The turtle was reportedly unable to move on its own and required help…

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Read more about the article Ancient Giant-Headed Amphibian That Used Sticky Tongue To Catch Prey Discovered
Visualization of a roof skull in an undated photo. German Natural History Museum discovered 291-million-year-old, previously unknown amphibian species. (Calliesauria, Museum of Natural History Chemnitz 2022/Newsflash)

Ancient Giant-Headed Amphibian That Used Sticky Tongue To Catch Prey Discovered

Scientists have discovered a previously unknown species of extinct amphibian that used its powerful sticky tongue to catch bugs. The species - named Chemnitzion richteri - used an ambush strategy…

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Read more about the article Raccoon Raider Tries To Hide From Police Mugshot
Police officer from Amherst, New York, saves trapped raccoon in a dumpster, on Tuesday, July 26, 2022. The police officer ended inside the dumpster himself when the animal couldn't exit. (@amherstpoliceny/Newsflash)

Raccoon Raider Tries To Hide From Police Mugshot

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A greedy raccoon rescued from a dumpster by police did its best to hide its shame when it covered its face with its paw for a mugshot. Police had found…

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