Like every other surface of your body, your mouth is teeming with a panoply of bacteria. It’s a thought most of us try to keep buried in the backs of our minds, but a new study shows that the tiny communities flourishing between your molars can be quite pretty. In a kaleidoscopic nightmare-fuel sort of way.
Bats are fascinating creatures—both from the point of scientific research and their place in the canon of the horror genre as spooky creatures of the night. So whether you’re a science person or a horror person, this shot of millions of bats streaming into the sky is either great, or great and fearsome.
Sure hope you didn't plan on sleeping tonight because after watching this, that option is effectively off the table.
These synthetic heads don't need to be anywhere near the Uncanny Valley to be terrifying. Our friends at Oobject have assembled 12 of the creepiest prosthetic mouths in dentistry.
What're ten centimeters across, live 6 miles under water, and are incredibly toxic? The Xenophyophores of the Mariana Trench—the largest single-celled organisms in existence.
Just look at them - with their beady little eyes and flapping heads. And don't bother going to sleep tonight, that's just the opportunity these crafty bastards are waiting for. You can thank our friends at Oobject.com for the nightmare fuel.