CARTOON 10-13-2015

Beginning in Oklahoma and ending in Michigan, a single thunderstorm traveled 790 miles across six states on March 12, 2006.

CARTOON 10-12-2015

A single strand of spider silk is five times stronger than steel of the same width.

CARTOON 10-11-2015

The claws of a mantis shrimp are only a few inches long, but can deliver blows as fast as a .22-caliber bullet with 200 pounds of force.

CARTOON 10-10-2015

A group of zebras is called a zeal or a dazzle.

Bulldog Chases bears & An Otter Learns to Use an Inhaler

Mammoths in meat ponds, otters using inhalers, volcanic lightning, a glowing sea turtle, and as tiny bulldog chases bears!

CARTOON 10-09-2015

A single hurricane produces enough energy to supply the U.S. with six months of electricity!

5 Crazy Animal Stories

Dog clones, goldfish brain surgery, and tightrope walking dogs.

Sideshow Hoaxes They ALMOST Got Away With

Ripley’s explores sideshow hoaxes like the Fiji Mermaid, the German Wolpertinger and the Jackalope, fur bearing trouts, and tiny little aliens from Chile.

CARTOON 10-08-2015

In 1998, the city of Wilson, NC, outlawed the keeping of upholstered furniture on front porches—on the basis that it was tacky.

CARTOON 10-07-2015

Aptly named, Rod Wolfe of Chebanse, IL, has been struck by lightning twice!