From the staggering Mount Roraima to the rightfully named Gates of Hell, All That Is Interesting’s beautiful photographs and GIFs of nature in action!
Over A Hundred Men Went To Work On A Railroad – But Got Eaten By Lions Instead
Over several month period, the Tsavo lions stalked and killed over 100 men working to build a railroad through the region.
A Tree Possibly Planted By George Washington Falls Victim To Nor’easter
The tree arrived as a gift for Washington, as just a sapling planted in half of a whiskey barrel. It is said that he planted it at Mount Vernon himself.
Beware The Deadly Nightshade — The Beautiful Plant That Can Kill You
Ingesting just two to four berries from deadly nightshade can kill a child. Ten to 20 berries can kill an adult.
The World’s Last Male Northern White Rhino Is Gravely Sick
“Euthanasia will be explored if we feel he is suffering too much and won’t recover.”
21 Photos That Capture The Magic Of Iceland’s Northern Lights
For centuries, photographers have journeyed north to capture the beauty of the Northern Lights – and it seems that Iceland is the best place to do it.
Trophy Hunter Takes Heat For Kill Photos
Since coming under fire, the hunter has taken the photos down, though he insists each of his kills was legal.
35 Extinct Animals That Should Be Cloned Back Into Existence
From the Syrian wild ass to the famed Tasmanian tiger, these extinct animals are gone forever.
The Black Swallower Fish Can Swallow Prey 10 Times Its Own Mass
The Black Swallower shouldn't be judged by its size: it can swallow fish over twice its size in a single bite.
Lions Kill And Eat Suspected Poacher – Leave Only His Head
Though rhino poaching is historically more common in this region, the man was found in what is considered lion territory.
Mutant Crayfish In Europe Are Cloning Themselves Like Cray Cray
This mutated crawfish is a new species capable of cloning itself by the hundreds
World’s Longest Underwater Cave Discovered In Mexico [VIDEO]
The diving group has been studying the cave system for over 20 years.