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  • April 28, 2014
    Meet Khumba, a zonkey (previously: this one) recently born at the Reynosa Zoo in Northern Mexico. Allegedly zebra and donkey genetics aren't normally compatible, yet here we are. LOVE CONQUERS ALL. Ooooor animals will just try to bone other animals. Do they choose the order... / Continue →
  • February 10, 2014
    Sure to be all the rage in the goth community (which I am a huge proponent of), a group of cat breeders have developed Lykio Cats, a breed that stems from a genetic mutation in a domestic shorthair cat that prevents it from growing a full coat of fur (including on its face), gi... / Continue →
  • September 16, 2010
    And that, my friends, is where sliders come from. A minuscule cow with a taste for contemporary music has been named the world's smallest by the Guinness World Records book. Guinness says the sheep-sized bovine from the West Yorkshire region of northern England measures roug... / Continue →
  • July 1, 2010
    Proving it's not just the size of your fishstick (or hush-puppies) that attracts the opposite sex, scientists have discovered that male Mexican Mollies grow luscious mustaches (seen here practically making me beg for a ride) to attract the fish womens. Scientists were unsure w... / Continue →
  • June 30, 2010
    10 years in the making, scientists now believe they've bred the perfect prawn for farming. And if you guessed I'm only posting this because tipster killerabbit tricked me by writing "scientists develop perfect pr0n" in the subject line, congratulations, you're 110% correct. S... / Continue →
  • September 23, 2009
    Seen here sulking because his likeness didn't make the Three Coywolf t-shirt, is a coyote/wolf hybrid. Personally, I would have named them wolfoties, but that's because I'm awesome. Oh, wait, per Wikipedia: "Where the cross-breeding of animals is concerned, the father's spec... / Continue →
  • April 1, 2009
    This is a rare sneak-peek into Qualcomm's normally top-secret R&D Department. I thought it was both informative and awesome, especially the bit at the end with the junior engineer. After watching, I think we can all agree that Qualcomm is, in fact, the future of wireless com... / Continue →