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Seven-Ten Splat

Welcome back, sports fans, to Bowling for Flies!┬áIt’s down to our finalists, Louie “Thundertongue” Muscatola versus Manny “Bug” Zappa!

“I wish I could bowl this well,” laments sender-inner Megan, who apparently never tried just flinging herself down the alley with her tongue out, which turns out to work┬áremarkably well until the management asked me to leave. (PS: Thanks, Brinke!)

Don't Usually See Your Kind 'Round Here

Behold The Platypus. Sleek, slick, and so Prosh. Just like our Furball Friends from earlier today, this Beakasaurus hails from Down Undah. Wouldn’t you LOVE to Snorgle that Belleh? 40 more words

The Sarcastic Fringehead

The Sarcastic Fringehead doesn’t let its small size deter it from aggressively lying in wait to attack anyone foolish enough to get too close to its home. 164 more words

Nature

And it Was Then Stacey Realized She Had Forgotten a Key Lyric to "Deck the Halls"

“(Wait, is it ‘fa-la-la’ or ‘la-la-fa’? ‘La-fa-fi-fo-fum’? ‘Fa-la-fel’? ‘Fa-lav-a-flav’? I’m so embarrassed…)”

Via Marcus Saul.

It's a Cinch, Says the Chinch

No worries, mate, it’s in the bag. The fix is in. No problemo. Fuggedaboutit. You’re good to go. Hakuna matata. Nod’s as good as a wink, eh, know what I mean, say no more?

Meet Becky & Bandit

Er, that might be Bandit on the right. These guys are Bat-Eared Foxes.


As the ZooBorns story goes, a local farmer found them on his ranch. 51 more words

Meet The Dibblers

Before I saw this on ZooBorns, I thought that perhaps “Quokka” was the funniest animal name. But that was before..

The Dibbler.

Or, in the case of this first photo, a Stack O’ Dibblers. 49 more words