Ants vs. Spider
If you, like many people, suffer from arachnophobia, you can rest easy knowing the swarm is here to eradicate your eight-legged foes. These ants not only possess strength in numbers, but painful bites that bring this otherwise deadly spider to its knees. (We apologize for your newly-realized fear of ants.)
Lions eat Gazelle… alive
To be eaten alive – is there a more horrifying notion? This poor gazelle finds itself becoming the living meal to a trio of lioness huntresses. Nature is not known for its mercy.
Do not be fooled by idyllic photographs in travel guides and advertisements: the Nordic countries can be sinister to their inhabitants. Perhaps none more than Iceland: an island of impassable glaciers, active and destructive volcanoes, and – worst of all – brutal winter storms.
Catfish hunts pigeons
In the south, the sport Okie Noodling involves inserting one’s arm into a dark hole in a river bank, and hoping a giant catfish takes hold. Alas, these birds find themselves the victims of the catfishes’ own version of this absurd game.
“Why live in the flat plains of the American Midwest?” some may ask. “They have tornadoes there.” A compelling argument. Surely, in the star-studded city of Los Angeles, the terrible cyclones of fly-over country are but a vague myth: nothing more than a plot device in a movie.