The Australian ABC News service has posted this video captured by a sea eagle. The bird stole a wildlife camera in a crocodile meat trap in the Margaret River, Western Australia, taking it on a 68-mile trip. The camera was found by aboriginal rangers weeks later, at a different river.
I'm sure when I was younger I wanted to live in a McDonald's playground forever. Now, thanks to the imaginative Japanese, I can. These Reversible Destiny Lofts in Tokyo are basically an adult-sized playground masked as housing solutions.
In today's episode of "More Weird Crap from Japan" we find our heroes encountered with a very strange machine. This vending machine is staffed by a real human who gives the desired product to the consumer, rather than having a series of mechanics do the job. If only it was a real human vending machine that actually…
Lisa Katayama, who regularly covers Japanese toys for Gizmodo, has a huge roundup of of the best things from Japan. Among them, a shiny golden bazooka that only works when holding a dog, David Beckham's head, a gropey Japanese dude, and a fake marijuana plant.