We tried them
We tried them
What’s that floating in my wine?
Not every bad habit is all bad.
Plus a map that tracks every F-bomb on Twitter, the world’s first synthetic bladder, and two fossilized bugs caught in the act.
Apparently Timon and Pumbaa are not the only ones having insects for dinner.
No, these are not aliens. These are real insects living on our planet.
Here is your fully laid out plan of action, free of charge!
Plus stunning photos from the edge of an erupting volcano, the question of why Ben Affleck would want to risk playing Batman, and the ultimate in cockroach-related nightmare fuel.
A snail facial is exactly what it sounds like: Snails. On your face.
It’s worse than you thought.
Kristi Gordon does not like bugs, but bugs sure seem to like her.
The answer is way higher than zero, unfortunately.
No no no no no no no no no.
Metamorphosis? Sounds like witchcraft to me.
Nature, what are you doing? Evolution is real, and it is terrifying.
You’ve been eating bugs your whole life and didn’t even know it. The FDA allows a certain amount of “defects” in your food because it isn’t hazardous to your health.
This mantis looks like something straight out of an alien invasion movie.
The bad news: Dead mites are spilling their junk onto your face. But this new discovery may lead to more treatments. Science!
Reddit has even given this little daredevil a name. Internet, meet Peter.
Nature wins again!
Countless tragedies like these happen every day. These tiny memorials for bugs were photographed on the streets by Carmichael Collective.
Photographer Igor Siwanowicz shows us the beauty of the alien-like shapes in the mini-universe of our gardens.
The Australian Open has never been more exciting.
No, no…the other side. And also, holy bejesus uh uh fetal position.
Sometimes nature combines the weird with the awe-inspiring. (Photo by Fred Turck)
Certain chemical death of insects has never looked so awesome. Super slo-mo super close-ups of bugs getting sprayed in the face with poison. View List ›