From the scary, to the downright bizarre, and some weird moments all caught on camera. These are situations you really don’t want to find yourself in. Today we’re going to show you 40 moments no one was supposed to see caught on camera!
Half human half hyena
While werewolves are solely human at heart, were-hyenas begin life either as humans who can transform into hyenas or, rather bizarrely, as hyenas that can disguise themselves as humans. Unlike werewolves, were-hyenas can go both ways, making them the proverbial bisexuals of the therianthrope community. Essentially being a were-hyena is a two way street, with horror at both ends. They can be solitary but are also known to hunt in packs, because apparently being imbued with bestial strength and an insatiable appetite for human flesh isn’t terrifying enough. They have been known to call out people’s names at night to taunt them and lure them away from safety, singling them out before eventually devouring them. So next time you hear your mom calling you from down the stairs, you might want to consider taking a baseball bat with you, just in case.
This is a starfish called Luidia clathrata and these are members of a group of “sand stars” called the Luidiidae. A family with only one genus, Luidia named for a 18th century Welsh naturalist named Edward Lhuyd whose Latin handle (they all had one!) was Luidius.
Wondering how a starfish walks has to be one of those questions.
I mean, who’s ever sat down and actually contemplated how a starfish makes its way from the sand to the sea? I personally just thought they got swept along with the tide like the lazy animals they are.
Starfish walk. They’ve got thousands of cilia under their legs which help them schlep from A to B.
And you know what else is cool about them? They can grow back legs and they have an eye at the end of each one. Madness!
Fish with two mouths
A normal fishing day in New York took an unexpected turn when one woman reeled in a fish with not one but two mouths.
There is no clear answer as to why the fish has two mouths, but some suspect it could be the offspring of Lake Champlain’s famed monster, Champy.“I pulled it in. It felt extra heavy this time, so it’s like, OK, this is a good one, and we got it in and seeing the two mouths on it,” angler Debbie Geddes described.
“I’ve had messages from all over the world, like people asking about this fish, and it seems like everybody’s got an opinion on what is the cause of this fish having two mouths,” Geedes’s co-worker Adam Facteau said.
Geddes returned the fish to the water after snapping those few pictures.
In the video below, you can see Camera Captures What No One Was Supposed To See
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