It’s always sad when an animal goes extinct, unless the animal happens to be a rare species of testicle eating tarantula or something, so then it may sadden you to learn that the Caspian tiger went extinct, in part, because biologists couldn’t be bothered to find out how many of them were actually left, in the 90’s!
Though the Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs sequel wasn’t as well received as the original film in the series, it’s still a pretty god-damn awesome movie. Part of the movie’s appeal (for children at least) was the sheer amount of puns it contains, amazingly, almost all of them were thought up in a single weekend by one guy.
During the many years Ebay has been a thing, people have tried to sell everything from fighter jets to previously undiscovered species through the service. One of the most unusual things someone has tried to sell through the site was a ghost, though not for the reason you’re thinking.
The title of this piece isn’t hyperbole or our attempt at crude, cartoonish humor, Mao Zedong, mostly known by his Wu-Tang Clan name of Chairman Mao literally had green teeth.
The internet currently has quite a hard-on for pugs, considering that the modern day pug is an unhealthy, overweight shell of what its species is supposed to represent, that kind of makes sense. Go back a few hundreds years or so and you’d find that not only were pugs way different to how they are today, but that people loved them just as much, if not more.