Errattic

Home About Us All Fuctasia_(NSFW) Games Gay+ Health/Food Movies Music Musings Photos_(NSFW) TV Wisps Preferences

Home Page > Current Page


Top Tags

Abuse
Action
Advice
All Rights
Americans
Art
Backlash
Bullying
Business
Celebration
Celebrity
Children
Choices
Comedy
Community
Court
Crime
Daddy Squish
Dance
Dedication
Discrimination
Disease
Education
Employment
Entertainment
Environment
Exclusivity
Family
Fear
Finance
Funny
Gay
Gear
Glasses
Govt
Hairy
Hate
Health
History
Homophobia
Horror
Hostility
Hot Swatch
Hypocrisy
Ignorance
Inclusion
Investigation
Laws
LGBTQ
Lifestyle
Magic Splatter
Mass Appeal
Mat
Mental Health
Music
New World Order
Opinion
Parental Burden
Parenting
Perception
Political
Politics
Portrait
Pride
Privilege
Protest
Racism
Reckless
Relationships
Religion
Representation
Respect
Romance
Sad
Safety
Science
Self Interest
Service
Sex
Social Media
Sports
Stepping Up
Study
Support
Supremacy
Sweet
Tats
Threat
Toxic
Travel
Treatment
Tribute
Unity
Video
Violence
Weird
Woman's Rights
Women
World
Youth


Login

Create Profile
Login


This site does not claim credit for images, videos, or music, except where noted.


©2020 Errattic.com

Restricted to Adults
This site does not claim credit for images, videos, or music, except where noted.


Health/Food Posts Tagged as 'Animals'

Welcome to Errattic! We encourage you to customize the type of information you see here by clicking the Preferences link on the top of this page.

 

Man Spots Dog Friends Sitting Side-by-Side on Chairs in a Field, Posts Odd Encounter on TikTok 

 

That's something you don't see every day!

Earlier this week, TikTok user Saxby2.0 uploaded a bizarre clip to the social media platform in which he spotted a strange occurrence: two dogs seated on chairs just off the side of a random road. The man documented the strangely adorable sight on video after he drove past the seated puppy pair initially.

Man Spots Dog Friends Sitting Side-by-Side on Chairs in a Field, Posts Odd Encounter on TikTok

Tags: Animals, Nature, Sweet, Video

Permalink

17-Sep-2020


Bear caught on video nudging sleeping man's foot 

 

A Massachusetts man was woken up by a bear nudging his foot after falling asleep in his backyard.

Bear caught on video nudging sleeping man's foot

Tags: Animals, Environment, Nature, Video

Permalink

14-Sep-2020


Scientists Rediscover Rare ‘Singing’ Dogs Thought to Have Gone Extinct 

 

A rare “singing” dog native to New Guinea was rediscovered in the wild after scientists had believed the breed had gone extinct for over 50 years.

The breed—known for its unique vocalizations similar to the song of the humpback whale—was first studied in 1897.

Researchers say that due to inbreeding in captivity and because both breeds were separated for several decades, the “singing” dog and the highland wild dog have no identical genomes. But this does not mean that they are different breeds.

"The New Guinea ‘singing’ dog that we know of today is a breed that was basically created by people," Dr. Elaine Ostrander, a distinguished investigator for the National Institutes of Health and senior author of the study, wrote.

Scientists Rediscover Rare ‘Singing’ Dogs Thought to Have Gone Extinct

Elderly Florida woman killed by dog, son seriously injured

Tags: Animals, Attack, Death, Discovery, Environment, Experimentation, Pets, Science, Seniors, Speech, Terraforming, Threat, Video

Permalink

01-Sep-2020


Beer for Dogs! Busch Debuts Broth-Based Dog Brews So Owners Can Toss One Back with Their Pups 

 

What's the legal drinking age in dog years?

On Wednesday, Busch Beer announced that it's expanding its reach to the animal kingdom by offering Dog Brews. The new 12-oz. canned drinks make it so any dog owner can enjoy a cold one with their pup companion...

Beer for Dogs! Busch Debuts Broth-Based Dog Brews So Owners Can Toss One Back with Their Pups

Tags: Animals, Drink, Entertainment, Product

Permalink

27-Aug-2020


Extending Your Hand for 'The Sniff Test' Is Not the Way to Introduce Yourself to a New Dog 

 

Many learn, one way or another, that when you meet a new dog, the correct way to introduce yourself is by extending your hand towards the dog's face and letting the pup sniff you.

"In the human culture, extending a hand to someone we just met means a sign of friendship, so naturally we do it with dogs when we first meet them," Tamar Geller, a dog trainer with A-list clients like Ben Affleck, Lady Gaga, Reese Witherspoon, Mark Wahlberg, and their canines, tells PEOPLE. But this introduction often called "The Sniff Test", Geller notes, is not the way to go when meeting a new pooch.

Many more are starting to realize this thanks to a viral Facebook post from Eureka Dog Services, a dog training company. In a detailed post from August 9, which went on to get over 67,000 shares, Eureka Dog Services asks readers to use their manners and to stop doing "The Sniff Test" when approaching new dogs because the test is "a badly ingrained habit that society has been taught, without a clear understanding of what they're actually doing."

Extending Your Hand for 'The Sniff Test' Is Not the Way to Introduce Yourself to a New Dog

Tags: Advice, Animals, Etiquette, Training

Permalink

22-Aug-2020


Man knocked unconscious by falling cat while walking dog 

 

Guess they don’t always land on their feet.

A Chinese dog owner likely prefers pooches even more now, after he was knocked out cold by a falling cat, as seen in a viral video from Aug. 14.

In the 45-second CCTV footage, which currently has more than 120,000 views on YouTube, a man named Gao can be seen going for a stroll with his golden retriever in Harbin, Heilongjiang, local media outlet the Paper reports.

Then, out of nowhere, a black and white cat drops out of the sky and hits him on the head, causing him to collapse to the sidewalk unconscious.

Man knocked unconscious by falling cat while walking dog

Tags: Animals, Attack, Environment, Injury, Pets, Safety, Video, World

Permalink

18-Aug-2020


Bison attacks woman taking photos of herd at South Dakota state park 

 

The encounter was captured on video and shows a group of motorcycle riders stopped in a road as a large herd passes. A woman walks over to the grass and sits down to get a picture of a mother bison and her calf.

"This was certainly an unfortunate occurrence. We cannot caution visitors enough to respect the space of these animals and all the animals they encounter in the park," the statement said.

Bison attacks woman taking photos of herd at South Dakota state park

Tags: Animals, Attack, Environment, Etiquette, Injury, Nature

Permalink

14-Aug-2020


DNA from an unknown ancient ancestor of humans that once bred with Denisovans still exists among people today, study reveals 

 

DNA from an unknown ancient ancestor of humans that once bred with Denisovans still exists among the genomes of people today, a study has revealed.

The different branches of the human family tree have interbred and swapped genes — a processes known as 'introgression' — on numerous occasions.

DNA sequencing of Neanderthals and Denisovans have provided insights into the nature of the interbreeding events and the moment of ancient humans.

DNA from an unknown ancient ancestor

Tags: Animals, DNA, Family, Heritage, Identity, Science, Study

Permalink

06-Aug-2020


Two black bears are killed and another two injured after being hit by cars in Yosemite National Park - after park closures during coronavirus lockdowns led wildlife to freely roam the roads 

 

Two black bears have been killed and another two injured after being hit by cars in Yosemite National Park in the last three weeks alone, after park closures during coronavirus lockdowns led wildlife to freely roam the roads in recent months.

Rangers are begging visitors to California's sprawling park to slow down after the four bears were struck by vehicles leaving at least two of the creatures dead.

The two other bears were seriously injured after vehicles speeding faster than the 25 mph limit plowed into them, according to the National Park Service's Bear Team Blog.

Two black bears are killed and another two injured

Tags: Accident, Animals, Death, Environment, Etiquette, Injury, Nature, Reckless, Safety, Zoo

Permalink

04-Aug-2020


Rats Plague Outdoor Seating at NYC Restaurants 

 

New York City restaurant owners already struggling with limited business are now facing another issue: rats.

With indoor dining put on hold indefinitely due to COVID-19, outdoor dining is the only other option, aside from takeout and delivery, restaurant owners like Giacomo Romano have to keep their business afloat. But the owner of Ciccio, an Italian restaurant in SoHo, says the sanitation of a nearby park is contributing to a recurring problem of rats.

Father Fagan Park is small and inviting to skateboarders and people who want to relax outdoors, but it's also attracting huge rats. Romano says he has appealed to city leaders for help.

NBC

Bay Area restaurant cited for employees not wearing masks

Michigan Businesses Required To Deny Entry To Customers Refusing To Wear Masks

Tags: Animals, Clean, Contamination, Coronavirus, Environment, Fear, Health, Masks, Nature, Pests, Policy, Politics, Restaurant, Safety, Terraforming

Permalink

10-Jul-2020


National parks are being overrun by invasive species 

 

Wearing headlamps and muck boots, the band of volunteer conservationists trudges into dark forests in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and surrounding communities, turning over leaves and shining lights on tree trunks. Their quarry is a tiny frog called the coqui. No bigger than a quarter, the coqui makes an ear-splitting call as loud as a lawn mower: Ko-kee! Ko-kee! It takes special know-how and fortitude to home in on a frog in a blackened forest ringing with frog calls. But the coquistodores are efficient cutthroats. When they find a coqui, they catch it, and drench it in citric acid, killing it.

MSN

Tags: Animals, Ecology, Effect, Environment, Fucking The Environment!, Interference, Nature, Science, Study, Survival, Terraforming, Threat

Permalink

27-Jun-2020


Deadly rabbit disease found in Palm Springs; 1st-time disease is found in CA 

 

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife announced that a rabbit found dead in Palm Springs tested positive for Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease. The disease does not affect humans or other animals, but it is highly contagious and often lethal to both wild and domestic rabbits

It's the first time the disease has been ever been found in California, according to CDFW officials.

Officials say they found the black-tailed jackrabbit among 10 other dead rabbits at a property in Palm Springs.

Officials worry that the disease could significantly impact wild rabbit populations in California, particularly endangered species, as all rabbit, jackrabbit, hare and pika species are likely susceptible.

"Unfortunately, we may also see impacts to species that depend on rabbits for food, as rabbits are a common prey species for many predators," said CDFW Senior Wildlife Veterinarian Deana Clifford.

KESQ

Tags: Animals, Death, Disease, Environment, Extinction, Health, Nature, Survival, Terraforming

Permalink

14-May-2020


Gene Therapy In Mice Builds Muscle, Reduces Fat 

 

Exercise and physical therapy often are recommended to help people who have arthritis. Both can strengthen muscle — a benefit that also can reduce joint pain. But building muscle mass and strength can take many months and be difficult in the face of joint pain from osteoarthritis, particularly for older people who are overweight. A new study in mice at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, however, suggests gene therapy one day may help those patients.

The research shows that gene therapy helped build significant muscle mass quickly and reduced the severity of osteoarthritis in the mice, even though they didn’t exercise more. The therapy also staved off obesity, even when the mice ate an extremely high-fat diet.

Science Mag

Tags: Animals, Discovery, DNA, Effect, Exercise, Obesity, Science, Study, Treatment

Permalink

08-May-2020


VIDEO OF GIANT HORNET ATTACKING MOUSE EMERGES FOLLOWING REPORTS OF 'MURDER' SPECIES IN U.S. 

 

A video of a giant hornet attacking a mouse has emerged following news a "murder" species has invaded the U.S.

In the clip, the hornet pursues the mouse for roughly a minute, remaining attached as the mouse attempts to bat it off. The mouse gets weaker and eventually gives up. At which point the hornet flies off and the mouse lies still breathing heavily.

Newsweek

NY Times

Tags: Animals, Attack, Environment, Hostility, Nature, Survival, Terraforming, Threat, Video, Warning, World

Permalink

07-May-2020


GERMAN ZOO SAYS IT MAY HAVE TO FEED ANIMALS TO OTHERS DUE TO CORONAVIRUS CRISIS 

 

A zoo in Germany may have to feed some animals to others to cope with the financial impact of the novel coronavirus crisis, its director said.

Neumünster Zoo in northern Germany belongs to an association and is not entitled to financial relief from the county's state emergency fund for small businesses, the BBC reported. The zoo's director Verena Kaspari told German newspaper Die Welt that the zoo—which is home to more than 700 animals including polar bears, seals, and alpacas—will lose out on an estimated $190,000 (€175,000) in income this spring.

Newsweek

Tags: $, Animals, Economy, Environment, Fundraising, Priorities, Survival, World, Zoo

Permalink

16-Apr-2020




Next Page