Its existence has yet to be proven by scientists, but sightings of this monstrous arachnid behemoth continue to this day.
Australia's thorny devil definitely earns the first part of its name, even if it's not necessarily devilish – but it does resemble the world's tiniest dinosaur.
Don’t be deceived by the size of this exotic sea monster… if you pick one up, you could be in for an agonizing encounter.
Although its doors closed in 1990, this Belgian veterinary school is home to a gallery of medical horrors that could creep out even the maddest of mad scientists.
The arachnid apocalypse continues as scientists study a large new species of crafty, night-hunting desert predator. Take a closer look!
Venomous stinging ants are frightening enough to begin with... but after watching this video, you'll see them in a whole new light.
This creature's ninja-level hunting skills are superior to just about any other species in the ocean... and you'll never guess what it is.
The frilled shark possesses many of the features found in prehistoric sea predators, and may be the origin of many sea monster myths.
This strange new miniature species of tapir was only recently documented by scientists... but native tribes knew it was there all along.
To outwit potential predators, this moth larva actually pulls a Jekyll-and-Hyde routine and blows itself up into a pretty good imitation of a snake.