Hamsters are super cute, and what’s particularly super cute about them is they way they fill their cheeks pouches with food.
But what’s the science behind it? The BBC reveals all using an X-ray to show how golden hamsters store incredible amounts of food in their cheeks.
If you have trouble stomaching the Top Gear presenters as human beings, maybe LEGO versions might be more palatable?
So head behind the scenes in an alternate Lego universe as the Top Gear guys are in a bit of a commotion as Jeremy is fast asleep, Richard has been cut in half, James has lost his hair, and The Stig’s body is missing.
If humanity became no more, it wouldn’t just be our civilisation that would suffer, but all the animals that feed off and rely on us too.
Won’t somebody please think of the head lice! And the cockroaches! And the domesticated cats and dogs! The BBC’s Earth Unplugged are thinking of them, looking at what would happen, not just to animals, but the deserted cities and skyscrapers if humans became extinct.
I know he’s securely sealed in a pod made of metal and high impact plastic but my money is still on the huge carnivorous predator.
You’ve seen Jaws. Homie was in a secure steel cage, but determination and a big teeth are better than any can opener. Place your bets now!
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Loops, beatboxing, sudden unexpected insights into childhood—it’s all here in Beardyman’s 20 minute comedy-music journey.
Taking leftfield song ideas from the public, the experimental musician traverses a bewildering range of styles as he produces songs on the fly for a live audience—like a boss.
While most of the world is experiencing a rise in population, over in Japan quite the opposite could happen.
Japan’s population could shrink by a third in 40 years because they’re not having enough bambinos—and who’s to blame? Why, the nerds of course and their virtual girlfriends.
Anyone who listens to Radio Four will find this is absolutely spot on.
From Evan Davies’ presentation style to the afternoon play and never listening to it past 8pm. Megalulz, indeed.
You’d think that penguins have got it quite easy, hanging out and going for a swim every now and then.
But no, being a penguin is full of fail, as you can see from this compilation of them acting like drunk idiots.