Singer Geoff Castellucci performed a cover of the classic Tennessee Ernie Ford song "Sixteen Tons" in very low bass vocalizations.
The Smithsonian Channel spoke with Professor Gordon Burghardt to learn more about the suprising playfulness of deadly Komodo dragons.
Weird History Food looks at the toothy history of the famous Little Debbie brand, noting its humble beginnings and its iconic mascot.
Macey Everett of the American Eagle Foundation spoke with GeoBeats about an elderly rescued African pied crow named Friar Tuck.
The History Guy offered a hair-raising explanation regarding the long history of the mullet and history repeating itself.
A domesticated prairie dog named Doug adorably travels across the United States with his beloved human Sarah Deluca and her partner.
A certified professional home inspector hilariously called out the owners of a $500K house for sale for taking ridiculous shortcuts around the home.
Simon Whistler of "Today I Found Out" looked back at how a buzzy broken guitar amplifier on the record "Rocket 88" changed musical history.
A rescued cat named Squid has a coat that is mostly white except for his gorgeous smoky eyes that look professionally applied.
Singer Geoff Castellucci performed a multi-layered cover of the song "Blackbird" by The Beatles utilizing his incredibly wide vocal range.