Surfer Mick Fanning finds himself in a terrifying position during the finals of a professional surfing event when a telltale fin pops up in the water next to him.
You probably remember a few animal facts from biology class. Or, if you slept through most of high school, you at least remember something from a childhood trip to the zoo. No? Bugs you found in your backyard? Still nothing?
Oh well, it doesn’t matter because now we have an even better place to learn about animals than a classroom or the great outdoors: the Internet!
Let reddit take you back to school as they share some (completely made up) animal facts.
Okay, so you won’t really learn anything, but you have to admit it’s a lot funnier than Biology 101!
One nonprofit is working to make sure that dogs can end their lives with the proper care and attention, making their house an adorable dog haven.
If you were lost in the tall grasses you’d want to find your human too. But you probably wouldn’t be as cute as this pup.
Some cats have weird hobbies, but Hermes might take the cake with his interest in “being thrown at the bed.”
This family could not be more grateful for the dog that woke them up to find their 9-week-old in danger.
Without Duke, their daughter wouldn’t have made it.
When is roadkill more than roadkill? When it happens in Toronto and the deceased raccoon is stuck on the sidewalk for hours before animal services can come scoop it up and take it to that big trash can in the sky.
Luckily for us, it all also played out on Twitter with the clever hashtag #deadraccoonTO.
It all started when a man found the dead raccoon on the street around 9 a.m. and alerted the city authorities that Rocky would no longer be roaming through neighborhood trash bins.
In the pursuit of fetch, this dog will do just about anything, up to and including take on the fence and perform the most spectacularly gold medal-worthy front flip.
Spontaneous cat creation? I’ll take two!
Where most Great White sharks are terrifying, this poor guy was looking less than imposing after it beached near Cape Cod.
Luckily, a few very brave folks did what they had to do in order to save the creature’s life.
Not even a spoonful of sugar will make this medicine go down.