I'd be lying if I told you that I had any clue what this video is supposed to mean.
Hosted by actor and comedian Drew Droege, in this case in drag impersonating actress Chloe Sevigny, the video is themed around pets and features references to Etruscan shrews, raw salt meals, and Siouxsie Sioux. Which means it is perfect and bizarre, and therefore had to be shared here.
Some bald eagles in Alaska recently decided to have a get-together. Nothing too special about that; bald eagles can be gregarious, especially around food sources. What's odd about this particular gathering is that it happened in the parking lot of a Safeway grocery store. In the back of a pickup truck.
Turns out that the birds were gathering to take advantage of a bounty of fish carcasses being stored in the truck. Bald eagles are fish eagles and are also big scavengers, so it's no wonder they couldn't pass up such an easy meal.
So many eagles showed up that the cops had to be called to break things up. Check out the video below and then listen to a radio report here.
How do you go fishing for a fish that doesn't have jaws and won't bite on a line with a hook? I'm talking about one of the oddest fish species out there: the sea lamprey.
Lampreys don't feed on smaller fish. Instead, they use their round, disc shaped mouths --which are ringed with sharp hook-like teeth--to attach themselves to larger animals and, in true vampire fashion, suck out a blood and body fluid meal.
In the video below, extreme angler Jeremy Wade tells you the unconventional way he goes about catching lampreys. You can catch Jeremy on River Monsters Sundays at 9pm E/P.