Archives for September, 2009

Dachshund Plays Fetch with Itself


Ring-tailed Lemur FTW

If you are unfamiliar with South Korea’s Everland Zoo and their ridiculously talented photographer who goes by FloridaPFE on Flickr, time to make a new friend.

Bat Loose in Congress

They’re nocturnal. They live in caves. They use ecolocution. BREAKING NEWS: BAT LOOSE IN CONGRESS

Fox Thief on MSNBC

Personally I like this video for its production value. Visit msnbc.com for Breaking News, World News, and News about the Economy

Newly Discovered Species Time!

As you all probably know by now, we here at Zooillogix do not officially consider a species to exist until it is discovered by Western (or at least Western-trained) scientists. Here are some species that now, officially, exist for the first time. The 3-foot long Bosavi woolly rat is “quite a handsome beast,” Kristofer Helgen…

Gay Sunday 2009

If you happen to find yourself in the London area this coming Sunday, stop by the London Zoo for Gay Sunday 2009. They’re billing the it as the “most flamboyant event of the year.” So, go out and get flaming with the flamingos. Be bearish with the brown bears. Show your pride with the lions.…

The following video found below the fold contains explicitly brutal nature footage not suitable for young children or you, Mom. Viewers advised.

Short-Eared Elephant Shrew Does Nothing

Sure you could watch your cat sleeping or your TV while it was turned off, but we here at Zooillogix prefer to stare blankly at this shrew not moving for 1:16 minutes. Thank you Philadelphia Zoo.

The Song of the Bat

Ok, so here’s the deal. I love bats. Always have. Always will. In fact, until I was about 14, I wanted to be a bat scientist. I then realized that bat scientists have to take a lot of classes that require a lot of lab work and I hastily changed my goal to becoming a…

Avenging Narwhal Playset

For centuries, the Narwhal was the great mystery of the sea. With the body of a whale and the horn of a Unicorn, many people believed these fascinating creatures were harmless inhabitants of the icy waters of the Arctic Ocean. Recent studies, however, have exposed the secret agenda of these mysterious mammals and the true…