A giant saltwater crocodile with an apparent appetite for appliances charged at a group of Australian reptile park workers on Wednesday before stealing their lawnmower and dragging it back to his pool.
AP (May 12, 2014) Fisherman in Venice, Florida caught a twelve foot hammerhead shark, when the group noticed the shark was pregnant. The men say after they reeled in the shark, they noticed a large bite mark and could ... watch video
AP (Oct. 29, 2014) California's drought is taking a bite out of the state's $5 billion rice industry, which supplies premium grains to nearly all U.S sushi restaurants. The drought is also affecting migratory birds ... watch video
Reuters (Jan. 25, 2012) Scientists in Gosford near Sydney have taken the bull by the horns - or in this case, the alligator by the snout - in an effort to learn about the bite force and probable dining habits of prehistoric ... watch video
CBC (June 23, 2012) The aptly named Varroa destructor has been wreaking havoc on bee colonies around the world for several decades, but it's only now that scientists are coming to understand just why this mite's bite is ... watch video
May 4, 2012 A crocodile large enough to swallow humans once lived in East Africa, according to new research. It may have exceeded 27 feet in length. By comparison, the largest recorded Nile crocodile was less ... read more
Mar. 30, 2012 Biologists have found in a study of all 23 living crocodilian species that crocodiles can kill with the strongest bite force measured for any living animal. The study also revealed that the bite ... read more
Mar. 16, 2012 Marine biologists have been pondering a particularly painful-sounding question: How hard do alligators and crocodiles bite? The answer is a bite force value of 3,700 pounds for a 17-foot saltwater ... read more