Friday’s Grimm gives us two big stories in one, and a lot happens in both. We start right where last week left off, with a showdown at the spice shop, all while the Portland PD are possibly hunting the Jack the Ripper. Major spoilers after the break.
Octopuses are known to be very intelligent creatures, but one octopus in New Zealand is outclassing all of her peers by taking photographs of her aquarium visitors. World, meet Rambo, the very first trained octopus photographer, or octographer, as we now say.
This is magical. There's no reason why this statue was abandoned at a garbage disposal company in Guigang, China. It just appeared. And there is something so wrong about seeing this thing tipped onto its face.
One afternoon, while looking through a photo archive, oceanographer Kim Martini saw an image that looked like "a purple Butterball turkey being attacked by a lime green scrunchie." Her co-worker, Lisa Guy, corrected her: It's a baby seabird being consumed by a sea anemone.
Nearly 1,500 homes were destroyed in a powerful tornado outbreak that swept across the midwest on Sunday, leaving at least eight people dead in its wake.
Here's hoping you never need to use this bit of information, but just in case: Popular Science's Christina Cale has a rough estimate of how long you could safely breathe in a coffin buried six-feet underground.
Holy hell, that is a LOT of starships.
This scene from last night's episode of post-apocalyptic survival show Jericho really startled me. I had to rewind my DVR a bit, because I didn't believe what I was seeing at first. It was the first really surprising thing in this whole season of Jericho, which has been cool and subversive, but not really startling…