Man’s penis gets stuck in cat after he tries to have sex with it

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ARIZONA (ANN): A 40-year-old man was heard screaming when he got his penis stuck inside a cat’s anus after allegedly trying to have sex with it. He now faces criminal charges for his act. Michael Navage, a transient in Arizona, United States, got arrested on March 20 for allegedly trying to have sex with his cat. An unknown caller reported to the police that a cat’s screams were heard from Navage’s temporary residence, according to the police report posted by azfamily.com. One of the witnesses heard the suspect screaming “it’s stuck to my penis,” and calling the cat a “whre” Read more

Surgeons ready to start human trials for world’s first head transplant

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Scientists planning the world’s first head transplant say they are one step closer to starting human trials. The neurosurgeons have already performed the controversial operation on a corpse but now, Italian Sergio Canavaro and Xiaoping Ren, from China, claim to have repaired “irreversible” spinal cord injuries in animal experiments. Two studies, published this week, show monkeys and dogs were able to walk again after their spinal cords were severed and successfully repaired. The pair said their new findings are “unprecedented” and should pave the way for the first human trials. Read Read more

The DMV reviewed thousands of hilarious vanity plate applications last year. These are our favorites

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Los Angeles obtained thousands of rejected applications after an official records act request. Here are a few of the more brazen, creative, and accidentally provocative plates, complete with the applicant’s explanation and the DMV’s deadpan response. Read more Read more

As Mount Everest glaciers melt, dead bodies of climbers emerge

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Melting glaciers are revealing dozens of dead bodies on the world’s tallest mountain, according to news reports. The treacherous journey to the summit of Mount Everest is riddled with obstacles — falling ice, ragged terrain, biting temperatures and incredible heights that cause altitude sickness. While nearly 5,000 people have successfully climbed the mountain, another 300 are thought to have died along the way. Some of these bodies ended up covered in ice and remained hidden that way for many years. But now, climate change is accelerating the ice melt around them, exposing multiple limbs Read more

The share of Americans not having sex has reached a record high

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The share of U.S. adults reporting no sex in the past year reached an all-time high in 2018, underscoring a three-decade trend line marked by an aging population and higher numbers of unattached people. Read more Read more

The worst disease ever recorded

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A century ago, a strain of pandemic flu killed up to 100 million people—5 percent of the world’s population. In 2013, a new mystery illness swept the western coast of North America, causing starfish to disintegrate. In 2015, a big-nosed Asian antelope known as the saiga lost two-thirds of its population—some 200,000 individuals—to what now looks to be a bacterial infection. But none of these devastating infections comes close to the destructive power of Bd—a singularly apocalyptic fungus that’s unrivaled in its ability not only to kill animals, but to delete entire species from Read more

Antechinus mice are so sex-obsessed they literally screw themselves to death

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Males strip their bodies of vital proteins and also suppress the immune system so as to free up additional metabolic energy. In this way, an individual male trades away long-term survival in return for short-term breeding success, and following the breeding season, a complete die-off of physiologically exhausted males occurs. Read more

Scientist discovers jellyfish-like creature has disappearing anus

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A scientist has discovered an unusual feature on the morphology of a jellyfish-like creature—an “intermittent anus” that disappears after it defecates. Mnemiopsis leidyi is a type of ctenophore—also known as a comb jelly. While native to western Atlantic coastal waters, it is one of the world’s most invasive species and has established itself in regions around Europe and Asia. The species has been the subject of much scientific research. Comb jellies, such as Mnemiopsis leidyi, evolved more than 500 million years ago. The first animals on Earth did not have a dedicated anus—a Read more

Florida woman shoots boyfriend for snoring too loudly, deputies say

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BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. (WESH) - A woman who shot a man because he was snoring too loudly is facing attempted murder charges, Brevard County deputies confirmed. Authorities said Lorie Morin, 47, of Cocoa, shot her boyfriend during a domestic violence incident Wednesday. When authorities arrived at their home on Emerald Lake Drive in unincorporated Cocoa, Morin and her boyfriend inferred the shooting was an accident. The man was taken to the hospital where he is still recovering from his injury but is in stable condition. Through an ongoing investigation by deputies, authorities discovered the Read more

When not reading the fine print can cost your soul

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Nobody reads the fine print. But maybe they should. Georgia high school teacher Donelan Andrews won a $10,000 reward after she closely read the terms and conditions that came with a travel insurance policy she purchased for a trip to England. Squaremouth, a Florida insurance company, had inserted language promising a reward to the first person who emailed the company. "We understand most customers don't actually read contracts or documentation when buying something, but we know the importance of doing so," the company said. "We created the top-secret Pays to Read campaign in an effort to Read more
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