The Japanese giant salamander, known in Japan as Ōsanshōuo, literally meaning “giant pepper fish”, is the second largest salamander in the world.
Tales of a huge bat species found in the jungles of the Philippines and Malaysia made their way to Share The Buzz and our editors could not believe they are real.
Abandoned by his flock, Bigbird the pelican stumbled ashore after a storm and was taken in by the staff of Greystoke Mahale in Tanzania.
Hawking, as quoted in an interview with BigThink.com, believes that humans might have only 200 years left to leave our current home.
Hank Green hosts an episode of SciShow to find out why koalas hug trees – and it turns out the answer is really cool!
Boston Dynamics’ Spot automaton weighs 160 pounds and can walk on all manner of terrain, indoor or outdoor, maintaining its balance the whole way.
Ever seen an octopus do something crazy? Like crawl onto land? Or, I don’t know…GRAB A CRAB AND DRAG IT INTO THE WATER? Yeah, octopi are truly the ninja of the sea.
Think meditation is a passing fad? Watch this video to learn about how long-term regular meditation actually changes your brain, especially in areas associated with attention, learning and memory.
Watch this fantastic video of Stephen Hawking singing the galaxy song from Monty Python. And “remember, when you’re feeling very small and insecure, how amazingly unlikely is your birth!”
In the US today, there are already 106 Harry Potters, 1007 James Bonds, and 8 Justin Beibers. So how long until we run out of names, or every band or brand name is taken?