Do you like science? Are you fond of fuzzy animals? Here you go. Sit back with your favorite beverage and enjoy. Brought to you by a hangover-induced YouTube browsing session!

tl:dr - foxes dive through three feet of snow to catch prey using a combination of highly developed hearing, the earth’s magnetic field and a healthy dose of what is presumably some form of black magic.

“one female rabbit and her offspring could produce 50,000 rabbits in just three years”. Welcome to rabbit island, folks.

okay, this one’s just bears caught in the wild “dancing”. A relative on my Dad’s side—I want to say my great great grandfather—had an early precursor to a convenience store a bajillion years ago. MixIof what you know from today, an expedition/outfitters shop and gathering place for news. I’m not exactly sure how it happened, but at some point he had a pet bear outside to attract customers. My Grandma says it drove his wife half-crazy walking past that bear, but apparently it worked! Business was good! Can you imagine someone trying that in this day and age in America? I saw a black and white picture when I was younger of the bear in front of the shop with my distant relative smiling from the open door, but my grandmother has been unable to find it the last few times I’ve asked. Lost to time unfortunately...

Flamingos are freakin weird

“36.5 meter long tentacles”. Nope. Jellyfish are terrifying. Even if there is a type that’s biologically immortal. Good video despite the cringy intro

High speed camera and microscope to see how jellyfish fire venom into their targets.

And let’s finish up with cat dropping.