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Archive for November, 2018

The Rare Hairless Raccoon That Resembled A Mythical Creature Has Died Despite Receiving Constant Medical Care

November 29th, 2018

There are many people who believe that undocumented and rarely seen creatures, like bigfoot and the Jersey devil, exist naturally in the wild despite a complete lack of documented evidence to support such a scenario. The natural tendency to entertain ridiculous and sensational ideas of this sort was well represented recently by the discovery of…

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Residents Are Complaining About Sustaining Stings From Bees That Allegedly Originated From Their Beekeeping Neighbor’s Personal Hive

November 28th, 2018

Neighborhood feuds can become ugly, but most of the time these conflicts get started over trivial matters, such as ugly lawn ornaments that are not approved by the HOA, or large trees with canopies that hang over a neighbor’s property line. However, an ongoing feud that involves several homeowners in one Missouri neighborhood is becoming…

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Early Americans Panicked In Response To The Mysterious And Massive Squirrel Invasions That Occasionally Swept The Country

November 26th, 2018

Humans and squirrels have been peacefully coexisting within a shared living space for well over a century in America. Considering the omnipresence of squirrels within urban and residential areas, it can be easy to forget that they are wild animals. As far as contemporary Americans are concerned, squirrels are a benign animal presence in urban…

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A Facebook Video Showing Opossum Mistreatment By A Government Employee Triggered Demands For His Resignation

November 21st, 2018

Mistreating and abusing animals is almost universally decried behavior. This is especially true when it comes to abusing animals that are frequently encountered by humans. Of course, abusing one’s own pets is unforgivable and illegal, but abusing wild animals that are largely harmless to humans is also never a good way of making friends. Considering…

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Swimming Bats

November 20th, 2018

Bats are known for living in caves or under bridges, hanging upside down off of ceilings to sleep, and flying in giant groups at any unsuspecting person that happens to enter their domain and wake them up. You know the often used scene of bats flying in a giant group at people, getting caught in…

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Even More Spiders (23) Discovered in Australia!

November 16th, 2018

Those incredible scientists in Australia just keep finding more and more new spider species in the vast desert landscape of Australia. Prior to this find, another one that found a whopping 26 new species was reported only months ago. Those spiders just keep popping up. Some of these new ones demonstrate behavior never before seen…

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Climate Change May Destroy The Reproductive Systems Of Male Insects

November 14th, 2018

Most experts agree that climate change is a reality, and many of them claim that the consequences of climate change are already being felt. You would think that a global temperature increase of one or two degrees fahrenheit would not result in climatic catastrophes, but there is good evidence to suggest that global warming is…

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It’s a Dog! It’s a Bunny! No, It’s a Spider!

November 12th, 2018

Most spiders that we spot around our homes and outside tend to look pretty similar, with the main body and eight long legs. They also don’t tend to be anywhere near cute, or make one think of a cute bunny rabbit or dog. Well, there is a time and place for everything, and it seems…

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Termite Infestations Linked With Common Construction Material

November 8th, 2018

When cavity insulation is needed within homes, consumers have traditionally relied on fiberglass batt or loose fill products. However, for the past twenty years, a plethora of alternative insulation products have been introduced. Spray foam insulation eventually replaced fiberglass products as the leading type of cavity insulation within homes. It is also becoming more common…

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A Teenager Pulls A Massive Centipede Out Of His Ear

November 2nd, 2018

Centipedes are universally perceived as one of the ugliest arthropods in existence, which is really saying something considering that all insects and arachnids belong to the arthropod phylum. Most centipedes dwell beneath rocks and burrow into the ground below leaf litter. Centipedes also dwell on trees below the bark. However, centipedes do not typically burrow…

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November 2018