Looks like something from a horror movie. Can't stop watching...
Cyriak's new video titled Chimpnology, is his latest disturbing short.
From the video's description: "The chimps are from a short 1963 film called BflOggGX = STwWcfl x 2s4, which is probably chimpanzee for 'stop dressing me in clothes and making me do stuff!'"
There's really nothing else to say. Watch the video and go Chimpsane.
A disease, called "sea star wasting syndrome" has been ravaging at least 12 different species of starfish across the West Coast, according to PBS.
NPR reports that, because the syndrome doesn't show signs of spreading across the globe, scientists don't think it will lead to the end of all starfish kind. But, researchers are racing to figure out what exactly is wrong and minimize the damage.
Right now, the main theory is that a boat carried a pathogen over to the West Coast. The theory is supported by hotspots of the illness being directly in line with major shipping routes.
Toughdown Seadawks!! Is sSeattle going toa runaway wit h this???— JCPenney (@jcpenney) February 3, 2014
Not sure if drunk guy or clever marketing ploy to appeal to millennials...
Who kkmew theis was ghiong tob e a baweball ghamle. #lowsscorinh 5_0— JCPenney (@jcpenney) February 2, 2014
Maybe these mittens are the culprit!
The unidentified woman, who has owned the cat, named Bull, for seven years, said he was exhibiting "unnatural sexual behavior" by making passes at other male cats and noted that there were female cats in the home he could have pursued.
"By this, the cat has made a record as the first cat to be so publicly declared gay and disowned by its owner," writer Donatus Nadi notes in the article. As for the cat's disgruntled owner, she would only add, "Anybody interested in this gay cat can have it because I have no further use of it."