Animals Tag

With a little more than three weeks before the 27th season premiere of Shark Week begins, the hype is already boiling. Whether you’re horrified, fascinated, or have an impartial view of sharks, the odds are you have seen a few episodes. Starting in 1987 in order to raise awareness of sharks as well as bring in new viewers, Discovery Channel’s Shark Week is surprisingly the longest-running cable TV event… EVER. But what if the week WASN’T dedicated to sharks? What if instead they used some sort of other creature to spikeRead More

Posted On July 4, 2014By Ascher RobbinsIn Buzzworthy, The Scene

10 Exotic Animals that would Make Awesome Pets

Dogs and cats are both awesome in their own ways, don’t get me wrong. But I can’t be the only one who fantasizes about owning some weird, unique pets. Here are 10 animals that would make fantastic pets.Get your exotic animal licenses ready!   #10 – Pygmy Marmoset Weighing just over 3 ounces and measuring about 5 inches tall, the pygmy marmoset is the world’s smallest monkey. Having a regular monkey would be pretty dope, but having one that fits in the palm of your hand? UNREAL COOL. Plus, youRead More

Posted On June 22, 2014By John O'NeillIn Gallery

10 Times The Capybara DGAF

When this oversized guinea pig came onto the scene it was immediately Capybara against the world. When this bird showed up When someone put this paper bag around his head When this caiman came ashore When some dude offered up corn on the cob When someone put him in a motherfuckin’ cage When he got busy with his lady in public When he went to mexico When this monkey wanted a ride When he went out for drinks with all his friends When he threw Tessa a birthday partyRead More
Oh my goodness you guys. Look at this precious animal. It is the happiest creature I have ever seen in my life! It’s so happy it’s almost cartoonish. I WANT TO HUG IT.    The Quokka is a small marsupial from Australia. I know what you’re thinking, OMG it’s from Australia it probably shoots poisonous darts and wants to eat me! No. The Quokka is 100% harmless to humans and totally friendly. It’s been known to approach humans on its own. Just don’t touch it, Australian law states it isRead More