You never know what kind of a monstrosity will pop out from the ocean’s depths but with this list your psyche will at least be a little bit more prepared.
Humans have always been fascinated by the regenerative capabilities of lizards and other living organisms because if we could figure out exactly how that process works and learn to reproduce it, our society would jump to a whole other level.
Australia is on fire. As unfortunate as that is, tragedy brings out the best in people and the current situation in Australia is just the case. Millions of dollars have been donated. Dozens of wildlife rescue centers are now open across the country that rehabilitate animals injured in wildfires. Hundreds of people are out there right now fighting the fires and saving the animals.
Ever wondered why orcas are called killer whales? Yeah, me too. Lucky for you I’m an expert, trust me, even without visiting an aquarium.
Our planet is filled with nasty, disgusting critters, and shipworms are probably in the top 10 of that category.
Blondie, a lovebird from Venezuela, was born with a rare condition called PBFD — he also has a psittacine beak. Because of this condition, he was born with virtually no feathers, and cannot not fly like most birds.
Patron may be a small dog, but he does a very important thing. The whole country watches this cute puppy do his job!
Lions may be some of the most majestic creatures on the planet and the king of the jungle, that doesn’t mean that they’re the apex predator everywhere they go.
Some animals found in nature may look incredibly cute and adorable, but are actually very dangerous and should best be avoided.
Birds are generally pretty harmless. Flightless birds are another story altogether though. Since they don’t have the luxury of just flying away and leaving you unable to reach them, they’ve had to swap their “flight” to “fight” – literally.