From the world’s deadliest animals to bizarre ocean creatures, you’ll enjoy browsing All That Is Interesting’s collection of interesting animal photographs and articles!
What We Loved This Week, Oct. 16 – 22
Hitler's favorite little girl, Robin Williams' high school days, Siberia's mammoth hunters, stunning microphotography, 19th century mental asylum portraits.
University Offers Counseling To Students Offended By Halloween Costumes
University of Florida students should choose their Halloween costumes carefully this year -- or else.
The Sad Story Of Murderous Mary, A Circus Elephant Hanged By A Tennessee Town
The elephant died for being, well, an elephant. Thankfully, her death doesn't seem to be in vain.
Why Your Pet Goldfish Turns Into A Monster If You Set It Free
While they may look like toys, goldfish can lay waste to ecosystems.
Montana Man Attacked By Same Grizzly Twice In One Day
This past Saturday, Montana man Todd Orr endured not one, but two attacks from the same grizzly bear -- and lived to tell the tale.
New Study Reveals The Most Murderous Mammal
While the phrase “most murderous mammal” may bring to mind the lion, the tiger, the bear, or of course the human being, the animal that in fact holds that distinction is none other than the meerkat. According to a new report published in Nature, the meerkat, more than any of...
This U.S. Government Agency Kills Millions Of Animals A Year
Wildlife Services has used taxpayer dollars to kill millions of animals since 2000. Here's what you should know about the organization, and why the problem is bigger than wildlife.
Groundbreaking New Study Uncovers How Cats First Spread Around The World
While the house cat is all but ubiquitous today, the question of how domesticated cats became so prevalent across cultures has riddled researchers for some time. And now, researchers believe they have an answer. According to the groundbreaking new study — presented at the 7th International Symposium on Biomolecular Archaeology...
What We Loved This Week, Sept. 18 – 24
The fashion and the attitude were never quite like this again.
Ban On Killer Whale Shows Becomes Law
On Tuesday, California officially became the first U.S. state to ban the use of killer whales in theatrical shows as well as the breeding of those whales in captivity.