These Crazy Weird Facts About Nature Will Make You Never Want To Leave The House!

These Crazy Weird Facts About Nature Will Make You Never Want To Leave The House!

Flying Snakes

You can find these limbless, tube-shaped monsters in the jungles of Southeast Asian OR in your nightmares.

Immortal Jellyfish

Because of their ability to transform back into their juvenile polyp state before dying, the Turritopsis johrnii jellyfish can potentially live forever, barring that they don’t get eaten or struck by a disease.

Run Grizzely Run

Here’s a fun one for all of your campers out there: A grizzly can run faster than a horse for up to 100 yards, and just as fast as one after that.


Researchers from the University of Tennessee recently discovered that crocodiles CAN CLIMB TREES. Sweet dreams, mate!

Speaking Of Spiders

Since your house is an extremely dry place compared to nature, spiders that crawl inside love hanging out in the bathtub, where it’s cool and they can have a drink.

Hungry Hungry Hippos

Hippos are considered to be the most dangerous large land mammals in the world. They kill more humans annually than lions, snakes or crocodiles.


Poison Dart Frog

The adorable poison dart frog averages between 1 and 2.5 inches in length, but don’t be fooled, they are deadly.

Fulmar Chicks

A stinky, aquatic bird related to the albatross, the fulmar repels predators by projectile vomiting a bright orange ooze that clings to enemy seabirds causing them to drown in the ocean.


There are an astounding 200 million insects per every one human on the planet.

Big Rat

A rat “as big as a four-year-old boy” was recently discovered in London, England. The 4 foot long, 25-pound mutant, was found in a bush near a playground.

Big Rat (Part2)

“We were going to stick it in the bin, but before we did we thought we better take a picture or people won’t believe it’s real.”

Koalas Can Get It.

In parts of Australia, up to 90 percent of koalas have chlamydia.

Killer Bees

Did you know that you are more likely to be killed by a bee than a shark? Well, it’s true.