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'Murder Hornets' Are 2020's Latest Little Gift To Us

Is anyone even phased by anything anymore? At this point, news could break that an asteroid is barreling toward planet earth and literally no one would bat an eye. It seems that May's little "surprise" for us is the Asian giant hornet, or as it's more commonly being referred to, the "murder hornet" that was spotted in North America for the first time just a few months ago. Luckily these guys typically aren't aggressive toward humans, but they are known to decapitate honey bees with their horrifyingly large claws. On the bright side, perhaps this will encourage people to stay inside so we can tackle the pandemic going on? Thanks 2020!

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Fourteen Screm-Worthy Possum Memes

Here's your fun animal trivia for the day: did you know that possums and opossums are two different species? The opossum is the only marsupial native to North America, whereas the possum is native to Australia, New Guinea, and other areas in the Pacific. The two also look quite different. 

And lastly, are these little guys cute or not? Please let us know because we honestly can't decide.

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