Annoyed by Fake Shark Documentaries? Here's A Double Helping Of Reality

Well, Shark Week has done it again. "Shark of Darkness: Wrath of Submarine," about a mythical 30-foot great white prowling South African waters, is another fake documentary. As an antidote, each day this week we'll be sharing videos about sharks that contain actual facts. » 8/11/14 5:30pm 8/11/14 5:30pm

Strap A Go-Pro Onto A Polar Bear And Get The Most Amazing Footage Ever

Filmmaker Adam Ravetch of Arctic Bear Productions likes telling visual stories about polar wildlife. By strapping a Go-Pro camera onto one of a group of four polar bears, he managed to capture some of the most jaw-droppingly beautiful footage of these creatures I've ever seen. » 6/24/14 3:07pm 6/24/14 3:07pm

Oh, Good. Now People Are Going to Want Attack Lizards

Okay, so technically, Dave Durham's just trained his pets to respond to voice commands. But it's a short leap from there to giving them the other skills we've given to dogs. Seriously, how quickly would you keel over from fright if a man pointed at you and a bunch of giant iguanas ran your way? [via Tastefully… » 6/13/14 2:00am 6/13/14 2:00am

Swim, Eat, Mate: Life Through the Eyes of a Polar Bear

Last April, US Geological Survey researchers collared four female polar bears north of Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. Those collars were outfitted with small video cameras, and the USGS has just released the first videos they collected. They show a female eating, swimming, and socializing with a potential mate. » 6/06/14 3:56pm 6/06/14 3:56pm

Urban Birds Make Music With Their Bodies in "Birds on the Wires"

Prepare to be blown away by the beauty found in apparent randomness. Usually birds make music by singing; these birds did it just by sitting. Brazilian musician Jarbas Agnelli took a photo of birds sitting on electric lines and, using the birds' positions as musical notes, turned the scene into a song. » 4/29/14 10:38am 4/29/14 10:38am