The tongue-eating louse is a charming little isopod that likes to burrow into a fish's gills, settle in its mouth, then suck the blood out of its tongue until it falls off so that it can replace the organ and dine on the mucus.
The meteorological lobster had a chance to give us six more weeks of summer, but it wasn’t in the cards.
Thirteen human bones that may have been Amelia Earhart’s were found and promptly lost. But what happened to the other 193?
It isn't a result of burning them alive, in case the guilt was putting a damper on your delicious seafood feast.
Just one in two million lobsters have a distinctive blue shell, which often gives them a reprieve from being served up as someone's dinner.