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When I'm feeling down about the state of the world (which seems to be a lot these days), I look for baby animals to cheer me up. Puppies and kittens are classics, and there's no shortage of internet love out there for them. But I've found that there are also some pretty adorable babies in the animal kingdom that don't get recognized nearly as much. Take the armadillo, for instance. Have you ever seen an armadillo? They're amazing. They're like little tanks covered in armor to protect themselves. They scurry around, and most importantly, their babies are too cute. Check out some baby armadillos below to totally brighten up your day. 1. Some species of armadillo can roll up completely into a ball to protect themselves. It's so amazing! 2. Take a look at Billy the armadillo's face. How could you not love him? 3. I don't really think of armadillos as playful, but this little one is here to prove me wrong. video-player-present Youtube / Animal..

As the temperatures start to get warmer and summer inches closer, the kiddos will want nothing more than to run and play outside. Whether your kid is lounging by the pool, making new friends at summer camp, or simply playing around in the yard, their safety could be at risk. While parents grow concerned about sun exposure and mosquito bites, there’s another warm-weather villain you need to watch out for. This year, all kinds of ticks will be out in full force. And as one mother learned, not all ticks are created equal. Seed ticks are tiny bugs that can create massive headaches for kids and parents alike. Beka Setzer and her three-year-old daughter Emmalee were playing in the yard when the concerned mom noticed what she thought to be specks of dirt covering her daughter’s knees. Facebook / Beka Setzer That's when she tried brushing the specks off. Oddly,..

Earlier this month, 31-year-old Ashley Baskett's neighbor in Cocoa, Florida, became worried about the welfare of her baby, and for good reason. When the woman went to a nearby suspected drug house to talk to the occupants about a theft, her suspicions about Baskett were confirmed. People inside the building were either sleeping or appeared to be under the influence of drugs, but what really shocked her was what she saw lying on an old mattress. Baskett had left her one-year-old son there for at least three days without any food or diapers. Nobody inside had been caring for him at all in that time. "Upon meeting with the complainant, deputies observed the child’s diaper visibly saturated with urine and the child’s clothing dirty. The child also had unidentifiable marks on his face," said Brevard County Sheriff’s Office PIO Tod Goodyear. After the neighbor took the baby to her home and called 9-1-1, a deputy from the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office bought diapers, baby wipes, and a..

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Workers in animal shelters get to know the animals there pretty well, especially when they're around for a while. Each dog and cat has its own distinct personality, and it can be hard to see these perfectly awesome pets not find homes. In Melbourne, Australia, the workers took a particular interest in a black cat named Mr. Biggles. Far from the cuddly lap cat you might expect, Mr. Biggles has quite the attitude and he's blowing up the internet. The adoption agency wrote his viral description and posted it online. It reads, "Mr. Biggles is a despot and dictator. He will let you know he is not happy, which is often because things are just not up to his high standards." Facebook / Cat People of Melbourne It goes on to say that Mr. Biggles has a "secret soft side" and will accept cuddles -- but only on his terms. ..

Moments before I went on my first roller coaster ride as a kid, two boys next to me in line sent me into an absolute panic. As many little boys like to do, they were trying to mess with me by telling me about how many people had fallen off the roller coaster and died horrible deaths. They'd noticed how nervous I was, so they must have figured it would be the perfect opportunity to entertain themselves by completely freaking a little girl out. I still ended up going on the ride and enjoying myself when I realized that none of what they were saying was actually true, but had I heard these seven terrifying accident stories, I would have never stepped foot on another amusement park ride again. 1. SCAD Dives are attractions in which people are suspended high in the air and dropped into a safety net below without any harnesses or tethers to stop their fall. As you've probably guessed, many people have sustained pretty nasty injuries and have even missed the net completely. ..

While I love riding roller coasters whenever I get the chance, I have to admit that I used to be pretty afraid of them. But when I finally faced my fears as a kid, my first time on the amusement park ride turned out to be thrilling and surprisingly enjoyable. Now I can't get enough of them! This guy, on the other hand, probably can't say the same. When he went to a Six Flags theme park in Mexico, he decided to get in line for a roller coaster with his friends. Whether he was pressured to get on the ride or just didn't realize how intimidating it would be to him is unclear, but either way, he had a meltdown as soon as it started moving. Watch this frightened young man completely loses it when the train starts speeding up below. If you hate roller coasters, you'll know exactly how he feels. Read More: Adorable Dad Freaks Right The Hell Out When Figures Out His Baby's Gender I feel so bad, but I just can't stop laughing every time he screams. Be sure to sha..

When somebody gives you a compliment, what do you think the appropriate response should be? While a simple "thanks" seems like it should suffice, many women find that in their experience, some men react very negatively to that one-word response. To prove her point, accomplished author, social worker, and activist Michelle Taylor, who goes by Feminista Jones, decided to try a little social experiment on Twitter to find out how many other women have had the same treatment when they agree with or choose not to deflect compliments from men. Piss a man off today: Tell him you agree with his compliment of you. — TheDevil's Sidechick (@FeministaJones) May 12, 2017 Right off the bat, women shared their text conversations with men who were shockingly mean when they didn't get the response they were obviously expecting. Twitter / afrawlmiau Apparently "thank..

We've all been told that having too much caffeine isn't good for us, but in this teen's case, the consequences were fatal. On April 26, 16-year-old Davis Allen Cripe from South Carolina collapsed during class at Spring Hill High School after drinking three caffeinated beverages in a two-hour period. Despite the fact that Davis had no undiagnosed heart conditions and that there were no other drugs or alcohol in his system, he tragically died a little over an hour later. According to Richland County Coroner Gary Watts, Davis suffered a caffeine-induced cardiac event causing a probable arrhythmia, in which a lack of blood flow from the heart can damage vital organs. Facebook / Magic Malta 91.7 At around 12:30 p.m., Davis bought and drank a cafe latte from a McDonald's restaurant, then had a large Diet Mountain Dew and an energy drink in the ..

First Lieutenant John Rader, a National Guard soldier, was on his way home from a 21-month deployment in Afghanistan when he ran into an issue with United Airlines before boarding his flight. Though he says he's flown for many military assignments and that he's never had problems with airlines before concerning his baggage, United charged him $200 for his military-issued bag. According to the airline, it was too heavy to qualify for their free military baggage policy, but Rader says he expected more understanding in the situation. Rader had originally been serving a nine-month deployment, but volunteered to stay an extra year. Screenshot / Fox 7 When he left Afghanistan and tried boarding a flight from El Paso, Texas, he was told that he either had to pay the fee or leave the bag behind. ..

The saying goes that dogs are "man's best friend." Day to day, they enrich our lives with companionship and loyalty. But the true test of a friendship sometimes comes when things go really, really wrong. Dogs have proven time and time again that they really love us and will help us in our time of need. A brave pup named Tony is proving once again that dogs really are too good for this world. Tony's owner, Jesus Hueche, was out in the yard pruning a tree when he fell to the ground and was knocked unconscious. Facebook / Def Civil B. Blanca Someone called for help, but Tony stepped in until they arrived, hugging his best friend and refusing to let go. Facebook / Def Civil B. Blanca Read More: She Hoped She'd Capture Her Do..

When I was in high school, I wanted to look amazing for my prom. I did the whole thing, from tanning (which is totally bad for you) to acrylic nails to getting my hair done by a professional. That gets so expensive, though! It makes sense that with online shopping, young ladies would now turn to the internet to help find a great deal on a dress and save some dough. Instead, some of these girls are finding out that the formal dress market online is saturated with scammers. If a price seems too good to be true, it probably is. Check out some of these online prom dress fails below. 1. The difference in fabric between what was promised and what arrived is so offensive to my eyes. Twitter / @Megan_Morris29 2. Polka dots are cute, but not when your look was supposed to be sequin chic. ..

When photographer Avinash Lodhi came across a group of monkeys in Jabalphur, India, he decided to take a seat on the ground and observe what they were doing. He also wanted to snap some photos in the hopes of obtaining a few great shots, but he probably had no idea that he'd capture a seriously powerful picture of what appears to be a mother monkey holding her collapsed baby. "It was so quick I didn't even know what was happening when I took the picture but as soon as I confirmed the image I was silent for an hour,” he said. "This moment is rare, especially with animals." While this looks like a heartbroken mother wailing and clutching her dead offspring, Lodhi says the baby had just tripped and fallen, then got up quickly after the photo was taken. Facebook / Rabbit studios -short film unit,tuni. (via IFL Science and The Telegraph) Read More: She ..

Close your eyes and think back to the late '90s and early '00s. If you were online back then and on social media, you probably had a MySpace account. Before Facebook friends, you'd choose your Top 8 to display for the world to see. Unlike Facebook, however, one person was friends with everyone on MySpace, and his name was Tom. Tom Anderson was the co-founder of MySpace, and he eventually sold the company for a whopping $580 million. Since then, he's been traveling, and he's also picked up a hobby that's pretty incredible. Tom is now a photographer (and a pretty darn amazing one at that). He doesn't just take the photos -- he also tells their stories. This one is from Angkor Wat, and he used long exposures while they tested a light show. It was a once-in-a-lifetime shot. Read More: His Intricate Drawings Are So Incredible, They Crawl Right Off The Page! Sometimes it's hard to believe the places he's photographing are real. He says he ..

While most people are fearful of crossing paths with spiders and other creepy crawlers, there’s a small group of individuals out there who cherish the critters enough to call them pets. Scientists believe that spiders, and more specifically tarantulas, have been around for millions of years, but it's only within the last few centuries that they went from being wild critters to creepy-crawly pets. How anyone could love one of these is beyond me, especially given their not-so-cute habits. While most tarantulas eat insects and grasshoppers, some kinds can eat prey as large as snakes, lizards, or small birds. Flickr / Allan Lee To protect themselves from other animals, tarantulas have spikes on their bodies that they can shoot at threats. Flickr / Pau..

I don't travel very often, but when I do get the chance to take a flight somewhere, my favorite part of the experience is peeking out the window and seeing what the world looks like from up high. Santiago Borja from Quito, Ecuador, is definitely no stranger to stunning sights in the sky, especially storms. Being a pilot for Ecuador Airlines, he gets to witness all kinds of beautiful cloud formations, and even lighting on occasion. He loves what he sees so much, in fact, that whenever he's off duty or his copilot is in control of the plane, he takes amazing photos that have earned him the nickname, "The Storm Pilot." Check out some of the gorgeous scenes he's captured in the breathtaking pictures below. Lighting never looked so beautiful. "Descending into Guayaquil, Ecuador, with heavy storms all around the country." "Above a sea of clouds, down below it's all rain and thunders."

As a self-proclaimed TV fanatic, I’ll be the first to admit that sometimes I get a little TOO invested in my favorite shows. While it’s not unusual to find me anxiously biting my nails to find out what happens next or talking to the TV whenever my favorite characters do something stupid, one thing I’ve never done is try to physically go through the screen. I have my limits, people. Completely oblivious to the difference between reality and TV, one kitty gets a little hyped up when cartoons come on. While his human companions were watching a classic episode of "Tom and Jerry," the ambitious cat tried to lend Tom a helping paw in finally catching Jerry once and for all. "Watch your back, mouse. I'm coming for you!"video-player-present Read More: They Saw A Pup On The Roof And Freaked Out. Then They Read This Note. If you're a TV fanatic like this precious kitty, be sure to share the cuteness with your friends!