Read more about the article Giraffes Have To Stretch To Reach Tasty Snacks
Giraffes eat fresh willow bark at their enclosure in Burgers' Zoo in Arnhem, in the Netherlands, undated. The zoo is home to eight giraffes and one male giraffe. (Burgers' Zoo/Newsflash)

Giraffes Have To Stretch To Reach Tasty Snacks

Giraffes at a Netherlands zoo go neck-and-neck to get hold of a tasty snack. A video of the animals shows them carefully peeling away the bark of willow tree branches…

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Read more about the article Ancient 150-Kilo Fertility Totem Of Large Male Member
Picture shows the front of the statue compared to the body of a man, at the Oxkintok Archaeological Zone, Mexico. The statue has two representations: that of a body of a naked man, with disproportionate anatomical features on the front side and on the back, the representation of a phallus, (Luis Pantoja, INAH-Yucatan/Newsflash)

Ancient 150-Kilo Fertility Totem Of Large Male Member

Astonished scientists have unearthed a bizarre 150-kilo Mayan penis statue carved from stone during an archaeological dig in Mexico. The statue - around the size of a small man -…

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Read more about the article Male Penguin Steals Stones From Other Nest To Impress Female Before Two Fight
Penguin steals stone from nest of another penguin on Galindez Island, Antarctica in undated photo. The National Antarctic Scientific Center sent biologist Marta Dzyndra and other Ukrainian scientists for the 27th Ukrainian Antarctic Expedition on the Vernadsky Research Base. (Marta Dzyndra/Newsflash)

Male Penguin Steals Stones From Other Nest To Impress Female Before Two Fight

Footage shows a male penguin stealing a pebble from another male to impress a female, with other images showing two penguins having a fight as mating season gets into full…

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Read more about the article Novak Djokovic Shows Off Insect Recently Named After Him
Picture shows the post by Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic about the the newly discovered insect Duvalius djokovici, undated. Researchers found a new kind of insect in Western Serbia and decided to name the insect after him. (@djokernole/Newsflash)

Novak Djokovic Shows Off Insect Recently Named After Him

Tennis ace Novak Djokovic has shown off this insect species that was discovered in western Serbia and has recently been named after him. 'Duvalius djokovici' is the Latin name of…

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