Betting actual money on the behavior of wild animals isn’t the best idea ever, but the latest Planet Earth II water cooler moment suggests there’s a clear favorite in any possible showdown: giraffes. In a Hitchcock-ian twist not seen on the small screen since How I Met Your Mother‘s 2014 fumble, the BBC One docuseries shocked viewers with footage of a giraffe literally walking all over a lion:
Aussies like to say that Perth, the capital of Western Australia and a five-hour flight from Sydney, is the most isolated major city in the world. Which means that the Margaret River wine region, which is set on a tab-shaped peninsula jutting into the Indian Ocean—and a three-hour drive south of Perth—must be as remote as it gets.
Kanye West is now entering his second week of treatment at UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles. As of now there is no firm timetable for him to come home.
Last year, a 225 square-mile chunk of West Antarctica’s Pine Island Glacier broke off and tumbled into the sea. Now, Earth scientists at Ohio State University have pinpointed the root cause of the iceberg calving event: a crack that started deep below ground and 20 miles inland.
The Arctic is currently experiencing unprecedented high temperatures, and a new report warns that the implications of that unusual phenomenon could be catastrophic.