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!
Killer Fish And Man-Eating Snakes: Nine Invasive Species That Are Destroying America
1,000-pound pigs, man-eating snakes and killer fish are just some of the invasive species wreaking havoc in America today.
Photo Of The Day: Meet Enos, The First Chimp To Orbit Earth
While receiving 76 electric shocks by mistake.
Photo Of The Day: Sergeant Stubby, WWI’s Most Decorated Dog Soldier
He saluted with his paw, he met with presidents, he saved lives...
Meet The Dakotaraptor: Feathered, Winged And Lethal
Meet the Velociraptor's enormous, winged relative, recently discovered in South Dakota.
What We Love This Week: Humans And Alligators Living Together
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Photo Of The Day: An Animal Rescue Activist Saves An Orangutan From Deforestation In Indonesia
Palm oil plantations are a major threat to the survival of orangutan populations in Indonesia and Malaysia. This activist fought back.
Photo Of The Day: Giant Megalodon Teeth Keep Hitting The Shores Of North Carolina
Beachgoers are finding teeth from 60-foot prehistoric sharks, which are now washing up on North Carolina's beaches in record numbers.
What We Love This Week, Volume CXLIV
Plus: the world's most dangerous walkway has reopened, creepy vintage dolls to haunt your dreams, the year's best wildlife photography, and more.
Photo Of The Day: Ostriches Wade Through Flood Water In South Carolina
Record amounts of rainfall in the Carolinas have created flooding, killed 19 people, destroyed 14 dams, and even affected local ostriches.
In Nepal, Every Dog Has Its Day. Literally.
Dogs are an integral component of Hindu mythology — so much so that during the Tihar festival, there's an entire day devoted to their worship.
Berlin: Home Of The World’s Fishiest – And Coolest – Hotels
Love the sea but hate the beach? The German Aquadom is for you.