snowywolfowl: (gecko)
This so cute! I'm not sure what the story was for these two baby animals (abandoned by mom, maybe?) but they sure looked like they were having fun.

http://ca.news.yahoo.com/video/odd-22186925/wolf-and-bear-are-best-friends-28248114.html


Still, its kind of weird seeing one of them when they are that small, considering how massive they get.
snowywolfowl: (gecko)
This so cute! I'm not sure what the story was for these two baby animals (abandoned by mom, maybe?) but they sure looked like they were having fun.

http://ca.news.yahoo.com/video/odd-22186925/wolf-and-bear-are-best-friends-28248114.html


Still, its kind of weird seeing one of them when they are that small, considering how massive they get.
snowywolfowl: (gecko)
This so cute! I'm not sure what the story was for these two baby animals (abandoned by mom, maybe?) but they sure looked like they were having fun.

http://ca.news.yahoo.com/video/odd-22186925/wolf-and-bear-are-best-friends-28248114.html


Still, its kind of weird seeing one of them when they are that small, considering how massive they get.
snowywolfowl: (gecko)

From the article:

"Its jaws are so large that they wrap up either side of the head when closed. When the jaws are open they are actually longer than the male's front legs. I don't know how it can walk," noted Kimsey, who is also director at the Bohart Museum of Entomology.

Sweet Jesus! I don't know how the hell it would walk either, but its cool, in an awesomely terrifying sort of way.

http://www.mnn.com/earth-matters/animals/stories/giant-warrior-wasp-discovered-with-jaws-longer-than-its-legs?hpt=hp_bn11


snowywolfowl: (gecko)

From the article:

"Its jaws are so large that they wrap up either side of the head when closed. When the jaws are open they are actually longer than the male's front legs. I don't know how it can walk," noted Kimsey, who is also director at the Bohart Museum of Entomology.

Sweet Jesus! I don't know how the hell it would walk either, but its cool, in an awesomely terrifying sort of way.

http://www.mnn.com/earth-matters/animals/stories/giant-warrior-wasp-discovered-with-jaws-longer-than-its-legs?hpt=hp_bn11


snowywolfowl: (gecko)

From the article:

"Its jaws are so large that they wrap up either side of the head when closed. When the jaws are open they are actually longer than the male's front legs. I don't know how it can walk," noted Kimsey, who is also director at the Bohart Museum of Entomology.

Sweet Jesus! I don't know how the hell it would walk either, but its cool, in an awesomely terrifying sort of way.

http://www.mnn.com/earth-matters/animals/stories/giant-warrior-wasp-discovered-with-jaws-longer-than-its-legs?hpt=hp_bn11


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