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Photo: Elephant Masters Modern Technology, Takes a Selfie

A 22-year-old college student vacationing in Thailand found himself the subject of international headlines after an elephant stole his camera and snapped a selfie. The photo below may or may not be the world’s first elephant selfie, but for Christian LeBlanc of British Columbia, it…

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The common ancestor of all snakes emerged over 100 million years ago on the supercontinent Gondwana, and it had legs.

Study: Ancient Snakes Had Ankles, Toes

A new study by researchers at Yale University found that the ancestors of modern snakes likely had no forelimbs, but did have hind legs. This is not especially surprising since scientists have long believed that snakes evolved from ancient lizards, but researchers say the new…

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Video: Alligator Viciously Tears Bumper Off Truck

Do you think you’re safe from North America’s largest reptile just because you’re in a truck? Think again, because this man found out firsthand what happens when you mess with an angry gator. To review, the American alligator has one of the strongest bites of…

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