Wombats, one of Australia's unique animal species, are squat and surprisingly strong creatures that snuffle around the Australian bush. Oh, and their poop is cube-shaped. Whaaat? Continue reading to find out why on Earth wombats poop out little cubes. If you're after more animal stories, watch these pandas frolic in the snow.
We all think of rockets as powerful, phallic machines that blast into space and achieve the impossible. But have you ever seen a rocket being transported on land? It's surprisingly adorable. Here is the story of friendship between SpaceX Starship rocket prototypes SN10 and SN9. SN9 was meant to have a little trip to the outer atmosphere, but the FAA didn't let him go. So his friend SN10 was rolled out and (after a long time) eventually reached his bestie SN9. Continue reading below for the heartwarming story of SN10's journey. If you're after more space-related GIFs, here's a Starship doing a flip.
We all know kangaroos as bouncing Australian creatures that carry around their joeys in pouches, but they've never been considered particularly intelligent. That is, until a recent study showed that they might be a lot more intelligent than previously thought.
When you think of dogs, it's normal to think of them as loveable and goofy pets, not as scientists. But many dogs have made priceless contributions to science. Without these good boys and girls, we may not have many of the things today we take for granted. Keep on reading to learn about the dogs that have saved lives, gone to space and more!
Let's be honest: sometimes life can feel a bit boring. And while you could fill that void with buying things you don't need, why not opt for the more enriching (and free) option of feasting your eyes on the endlessly interesting videos and photos from r/InterestingAsFuck. From natural to man-made wonders, these pics and vids are sure to rekindle your interest in the world. See last week's post for even more mind-blowing content.
You may know giant pandas for their irresistible cuteness, their love of bamboo and their tendency to roll around in the cutest way possible. But here's something you probably didn't know about pandas: they've got a thing for covering themselves in horse poop. Kinda weird, but there's a scientific explanation for it. Keep on reading to find out why pandas have this strange habit.
If you're stuck in the same routine day after day, it's no surprise when life starts to seem boring. But let me remind you that this is not the case. The world is full of natural and man-made wonders that will blow your mind. Have a look at the latest photos and videos from r/InterestingAsFuck and prepare to have a renewed interest in life, because there are some insanely interesting things in the world. And here's last week's collection for even more interesting content.
Life looks a lot different now than it did even twenty or thirty years ago. As recently as fifty years ago, even scientists had a hugely different idea of how the world worked. And a hundred years ago? Screw that, no one wants to live in a world without functioning toilet paper or high fives. On the flipside, there's also tons of stuff that's way older than people think.