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Scientists at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute found a seething mass of thousands of crabs near Panama.
Racing veteran Morestead got his very own tailored tweed suit and cap for the Cheltenham Festival.
Being a shark doesn't mean you're safe from being eaten by sharks in this South Korean aquarium.
This 122-foot long Titanosaur has a new home in the American Museum of Natural History.
This ultra-rare video of a giant squid was captured by a diver in Japan's Toyama Bay.
Using motion tracking and high-speed film, researchers capture the ballet of landing bats.
With cheek pouches that go to their hips, hamsters can pack lunches for days.
This might be one GoPro camera you just chalk up as a loss.
Check two items off your bucket list at once with this surreal scene off the coast of Norway.
Sweet baby pigs are good with eggs. They're good on a sandwich. They're good with chicken.
The southern sand octopus makes its own mucus-lined burrow to hide out in during the daytime.
Watch some of nature's best predators attack in this collection of slow-motion clips.
Listen to the most ridiculous avian calls of the North American continent.
A blue whale steals the spotlight during a live interview on the BBC.
An old fashioned street fight breaks out between a cobra and python in Singapore.
This grizzly bear in Alaska has a severe aversion to being filmed.
Jacqueline Miller preserves the largest heart in the world at the Royal Ontario Museum.
These great white sharks in Mossel Bay are filmed grabing some serious air.
One makes delicious honey, and the other feeds tranquilized insects to its larvae.