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A Monstrous Catch

This photograph of a gruesome sea creature, said to have come from New Jersey, had the Internet buzzing on Friday as nearly half a million people flocked to see the mysterious and puzzling image

Video: It's Raining Spiders in Brazil

Arachnophobes may want to avoid Santo Antonio da Platna in Brazil. Video posted to YouTube this week shows thousands of rather large spiders suspended from power lines, as if raining down on the city.

Video: Amazing Starlings Murmuration

A rare phenomenon swirled in skies over Israel when an enormous flock of synchronized birds created what appeared to be a moving black cloud.

Long Exposure Lightning Storm

Check out this spectacular long exposure capture by fine art photographer Amery Carlson of a rather dramatic-looking lightning storm off the coast of Ventura, California.

Swimming with Whale Sharks

In an effort to raise awareness about the plight of whale sharks, conservation journalist Shawn Heinrichs teamed up with nature photographer Kristian Schmidt to create a series of stunning underwater images.

Northern Lights Boosted by 'Blob'

A "blob" of solar plasma swept past the Earth harmlessly on Thursday, producing a dazzling auroral display in the high-latitude regions.

Australian Sand Tsunami

Tugboat worker Brett Martin captured a towering red dust storm cresting like a gigantic wave as it rolled across the sea about 25 nautical miles from the coast of Western Australia.

Giant Squid Captured on Video

A giant squid has been captured on video for the first time in its deep water environment by a Japanese film crew.

Knapp's News 1/7/13

George Knapp shares a number of items that have recently caught his attention including an article about private space travel and an I-Team report on Big Pharma standing in the way of natural treatments.

Boiling Water Freezes in Midair

Check out a video of a man in Siberia who threw a pot of boiling water off his balcony in -41c weather, and it instantly turned into frozen droplets.

Behold the Fish 'Tornado'

Marine biologist Octavio Aburto's three year quest to document the remarkable mating patterns of Jack fish has culminated in a breathtaking series of photos.

Look, But Don't Touch

Although this recently discovered species of slow loris may appear to be cuddly, the creature is actually a rare venomous primate.

(Cat)Fish Out of Water

A newly published study examines the remarkable phenomenon of catfish in southwest France that hunt birds.

Diver Swims with 26-foot Anaconda

Swiss diver Franco Banfi braved the waters of Mato Grosso, Brazil to capture some remarkable close-up images of enormous 26-foot anacondas in their natural habitat.

Freaky Meat-eating Sponge Found

A new carnivorous sponge has been discovered in the waters off California's Monterey Bay at a depth of nearly two miles beneath the surface.

The Elephant Who Can Speak

An Asian elephant in a South Korean zoo has learned how to reproduce five Korean words in a human-like voice.

Superstorm Hits Northeast

The "post-tropical" superstorm Sandy hit landfall in Atlantic City, NJ this evening, with high winds and torrential rains stretching from North Carolina to Maine.

An Unlikely 'Tourist'

Beachgoers in Cabo San Lucas were greeted by a bizarre sight on Friday when a 15-foot long oarfish washed ashore there. Once the inspiration for tales of sea serpents by ancient mariners, oarfish are deep sea creatures which rarely appear near land unless they are near death.

CME & Northern Lights

A coronal mass ejection hit Earth's magnetic field on October 8th, causing a geomagnetic storm, and Northern Lights to be visible as far south as Kansas and Utah. Pictured is Justin Phillips' portrait of the sky.

Huge Sunspots

Sunspots 1579 and 1582 are so large that observers have been able to see them without the use of a solar telescope.

Ohio Mound

In tandem with his 10/2/12 appearance, L.A. Marzulli shares his photo of one of the Hopewell Mounds in Ohio, near where a crop circle recently appeared.

Expanding Sinkhole

A sinkhole in Louisiana has been expanding since it first opened up in early August.

Knapp's News 9/30/12

A number of items have caught George Knapp's attention in the last week, including a story about an ancient Buddha stature that was carved from a meteorite (pictured).

World's First 1-Ton Pumpkin

The record books were shattered on Friday when Rhode Island farmer Ron Wallace became the first person to grow a one-ton pumpkin.

Video: Lightning Strikes SUV

While the odds of being hit by lightning are fairly remote, it didn't help this unfortunate driver on a particular rainy day in Russia.

An 'Impressive' Elephant

A sleeping elephant at England's Chester Zoo revealed a remarkable sight upon rising from its slumber

Yangtze River Turns Red

The Yangtze River turned the color of tomato soup on September 6th in an area where it flows past the Chinese city of Chongqing.

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