Brad Webster was just showing a friend around the isolated town of Unalakleet, Alaska when they stumbled on a stark example of just how brutal nature can be—two dead moose, still locked in combat, frozen in ice.
Have you seen that photo of a baby moose holding a gay pride flag? It’s adorable. But unfortunately, it’s also fake. Why is the internet so mean?
Welcome to the future! The past? Timezones are confusing. It’s 2016 somewhere, so come join the party. What are you futuristic hopes and dreams for the coming year? What are you happy to leave behind? Grab a drink, pull up a keyboard, and join the New Year’s Eve open channel.
During the fall, winter and spring, Gareth Wishart works at an environmental NGO in Washington, DC. During the summer, he's a hunting guide on Alaska's Seward Peninsula. This is the story of one of his kills. — Ed.
Because donuts solve all problems.
The upcoming film Gravity follows the desperate escape attempts of two astronauts from a dying space station, their peril aggravated by the sight of Earth's surface so close but entirely out of their reach. Of course, had they been equipped with GE's Manned Orbital Operations Safety Equipment, they could have simply…
You know that photo of Teddy Roosevelt riding a moose? The one you'll find on lists like Cracked's "18 Old-Timey Photos You Won't Believe Aren't Photoshopped" and submitted to Imgur about every two weeks as an example of extreme manliness? Well, it turns out it's a fake.
Moose are one of a number of species where males fight for the right to mate with their preferred female. As such, you might think female moose don't have much say in the matter. That's where you'd be wrong.
The secret of a moose's exceptional hearing is down to its antlers, apparently. Scientists have discovered that those cool, gnarly things that look so fabulous perched atop the furry freaks act as amplifiers, allowing Mr Moose to be able to hear things up to 2 miles away. Added to the animal's already acute…