Bizarre reindeer and skunk behaviour


By Barbara Fenig:

Reindeer have evolved an insatiable appetite for the fly agaric mushroom. The animals dig for the mushrooms obsessively. Notably, the mushroom may be the root behind the myth of flying reindeer. Watch the video to find out more!

British Cavemen Didn’t Eat Reindeer: here.


The spotted skunk uses the handstand as a defense mechanism to warn predators of its spraying abilties. Watch as the skunk essentially breakdances with its human buddies.

The Spotted Skunk Is One Stinky Acrobat: here.

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