Amazing Images: The Best Science Photos of the Week | Future Tech

Each week we find the most interesting and informative articles we can and along the way we uncover amazing and cool images. Here you’ll discover 10 incredible photos and the stories behind them.

Moving In, Moving Out:

Residents of a small town on Greenland’s western coast were evacuated after a giant iceberg parked itself nearby.

[Full Story: 12-Million-Ton Iceberg Threatens Greenland Village]

Teary Turtles, Thirsty Butterflies:

In the Amazon, when turtles weep, butterflies drink.

[Full Story: Butterflies Sip Turtle Tears in Stunning Video]

Hungry, Hungry Fish??

Which unfortunate animal will wander too close to this ugly burrow fish’s horrible mouth first?

[Full Story: This Creepy Hole-Fish Is So Excited to Eat Literally Anything]

Gentle Bots:

Its designers hope the device will make it much easier to collect delicate animals in the ocean without hurting them.

[Full Story: This Robot Just Wants To Hug A Jellyfish Without Committing Jellymurder]

Space or comics?

Alien, or anime character? Neither! It’s Genie’s dogfish — a new shark species named for the famous marine biologist, Eugenie Clark.

[Full Story: This Big-Eyed, Deep-Sea Shark Looks Like an Anime Character]

Sea Pickle Takeover:

It’s a totally tubular invasion.

[Full Story: Tropical Pink ‘Sea Pickles’ Are Invading the Waters of the Pacific Northwest]

A Different Type of Census:

One cat, two cat… red cat, blue cat

[Full Story: This $1.5 Million Project Aims to Count All the Cats in Washington, D.C.]


Get a room, you guys.

[Full Story: Why Do Crows Copulate with Corpses?]

Mystery on the Beach:

What kind of sea monster is this?

[Full Story: Blob-Like Sea Monster Washes Up on Maine Beach]

Tragic Loss:

A mission meant to save critically endangered rhinoceroses by transferring them to a wildlife sanctuary in Kenya has ended in tragedy. And now we know why.

[Full Story: Why 8 Endangered Rhinos Died in Mission to Save Them]

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