That’s no shrimp! Florida shrimp fishermen accidentally net the second ever ‘prehistoric’ goblin shark that’s 18-FEET-LONG, pink, and pointy teeth

Shrimpers fishing in the Gulf of Mexico accidentally netted a prehistoric looking goblin shark that is the rarest of all sharks ever to be seen by human eyes. The goblin shark nabbed off Key West, Florida which was 18-feet-long, pink, and has a long snout to conceal it pointy teeth from prey is the second ever of its kind to be seen in the Gulf. The goblin shark is known to live in the deep wate

Beautiful Nature – Winter (hd) Video

Beautiful Nature – Winter (hd) Video

Asteroid the size of a bus grazes past Earth – coming even closer than the moon – just days after astronomers discovered it

An asteroid the size of a bus came to within 186,000 miles of Earth - a close shave in cosmic terms - on Saturday morning. The recently-detected asteroid HL129 was closer to Earth than the Moon - which is on average 238,855 miles away from our planet - on its closest approach at 4.13am. The asteroid is about 7.6 metres wide, according to NASA's Asteroid Watch project based at the agency's Jet Pr

“Why can’t we summon the ingenuity and courage of the generations that came before us? The dinosaurs never saw that asteroid coming. What’s our excuse?”

Looked at in the context of our planet's history, what we're doing to Earth appears dire indeed. —By Chris Mooney Fox/National Geographic If you've been reading my semi-regular dispatches about the Fox and National Geographic series Cosmos—far and away the most rational show on television—then you know that for some time, I've been not-so-subtly predicting that the program was going to

The shocking images of a lioness whose leg was almost ripped off after being gored by a buffalo – and amazingly SURVIVED

Help arrives: Dr Njoroge and members of the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust operate on 11-year-old Sienna in the middle of the Masai Mara region A lioness whose leg was almost ripped off when a male buffalo gored her has made an incredible recovery thanks to emergency vets who flew out to treat her horrific wound. The team of vets scrambled to the middle of the Masai Mara Nature Reserve in Ke

Don’t worry, it just means he loves me: Polar bear trainer’s jaw-dropping photos

Grizzly man Mark Abbot Dumas is the only man in the world who can touch a polar bear. The fearless animal trainer even goes for dip in a swimming pool where he and 16-year-old polar bear Agee enjoy a watery cuddle together. Back on dry land he wrestles with the 60-stone (800lb) beast in her enclosure and bravely lets Agee clamp her huge jaws around his head. Mouthy: Agee clamps her jaws

12 owl species with irresistible faces

Owls have some of the most unforgettable faces in the avian kingdom. With their huge eyes and abundant feathers, owls demand our attention. These 18 species in particular have faces with expressions just begging for a caption. Owls are rather unusual in the bird kingdom. They have huge eyes that are fixed in their sockets, and feathers that help form flatter, more rounded faces than other bir

Wonderful Chill Out Music – Blank & Jones [Hd]

Wonderful Chill Out Music – Blank & Jones [Hd] Music: Blank & Jones – Heaven Can Wait (Ambient Mix)

Caution: Dead Whale Contents Under Pressure

Whales are some of the largest creatures ever to appear on Earth, so when they wash ashore after death it's no small task to remove the carcass. Because of the incredible size, the whale must be cut into smaller and more manageable pieces. The act of cutting it up poses yet another obstacle: dead whales can explode when punctured. At the time of the whale’s death, it begins to decay. The in