Watch a Mantis Shrimp Obliterate a Crab in Super-Slow Motion
A new video posted online Monday shows a mantis shrimp strike a crab in super-slow motion, revealing the incredible power of the sea creature’s little clubber. Produced by popular YouTube channel “Smarter Every Day,” the video also explains the science behind the mantis shrimp’s raw striking power. According to... Read more
If You’ve Ever Wanted An “Evil Black Rifle,” Now Is The Time To Buy
Business is a matter of supply and demand. In recent years, the demand for the AR-15 modern sporting rifle has been at an all-time high, and manufacturers struggled to add multiple shifts and new equipment to meet that demand. It was a seller’s market. That market has now suddenly... Read more
Stingrays in the Gulf are more common than you think (VIDEO)
“It could just be a stick,” I tell myself while floating on the surface of the Gulf of Mexico about 100 feet out from the shoreline of Perdido Key. After all, I can only see a few inches of what appeared to be a black reed, no thicker than a coffee stirrer,... Read more
Louisiana hunters kill more hogs than deer
Louisiana continues to loosen its hog-hunting restrictions, but that seems to be doing little to slow the spread of the noxious quadrupeds. Bayou State hunters killed 183,600 feral hogs last year, an increase of 14 percent over 2012’s total, according to the state’s annual deer-harvest report. That number is... Read more
To study evolution, scientists raise fish to walk on land
An unusual species of fish that can walk and breathe air shows that these animals may be more capable of adapting to life on land than previously thought, researchers say. The new findings may help explain how the ancient fish ancestors of humans colonized the land, the researchers said. The evolution... Read more
Research examines success of stocking programs for red drum, sea trout along Texas coast
CORPUS CHRISTI – Just like bluebonnets and the heat, Texas is known for fantastic bay fishing, but along with popularity comes problems for economically-important fish like red drum and spotted seatrout. Dr. John R. Gold, Regents Professor and Harte Research Institute (HRI) Endowed Chair for Genetics and Biodiversity at... Read more
Owners of new aquarium under investigation
(KENS 5) Eyewitness News has learned the owners of a newly announced aquarium coming to San Antonio are under investigation for the deaths of dozens of marine animals. The Oregon Humane Society says it is investigating Vince and Ammon Covino for the deaths of more than 200 animals at... Read more
HunterEdCourse.com Available for Texas Dove Hunting Opening
A Texas dove hunter can still receive their hunter education certificate in time for dove hunting opening day with the HunterEdCourse.com no field day required Texas online hunter education course. This hunter safety course is available for anyone 17 years of age or older. Texas online hunter education is... Read more