Italian sport fishermen Dino Ferrari and his twin brother Dario lured in this monstrous 280-pound (127-kilogram), 8.75-foot-long (2.67 m) catfish on Thursday in the Po Delta, in Italy. After taking these pictures and weighting what the Italian media calls "The Monster of the Po" they released it back into the river.
Brandon Ballengée made these beautiful prints of "terminally deformed frogs found in nature" using a clearing and staining process. He then scanned the bodies with a high resolution scanner. The results are fascinating.
It's been more than a century since this huge and deadly Crambione Cookii jelly fish was spotted by American scientist Alfred Gainsborough Mayor, off the coast of Queensland. It was presumed extinct until now, when a scuba diver discovered one in the same waters.
A marine science instructor has found this gigantic 18-foot-long oarfish—one of the most elusive animals on Earth—in Toyon Bay, 22 miles off the Port of Los Angeles. A horrible beast that, sadly, is too flabby and gooey to eat.
This skeleton of a dead (?) basement monster was found by a worker installing cable beneath a house, leaving the terrified resident to wonder what kind of goblin lair lies just beneath the floorboards. Is the creature a wild animal? A lost pet? Or is this something science cannot (or will not) explain?