Carbon pricing has become a polarizing tactic in the fight against the climate crisis and emissions. Some governments promote the “tax” as a way to deter polluters and penalize those who contaminate the environment free of charge. While some opponents view the levy as an easy way to […]
Journey through a place where two worlds collide, our beautiful coastlines. Relax and experience stunning shores with this 10 hour loop. A good break from working from home?
For the first time, scientists with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) have formally identified a new species of undersea creature based solely on high-definition video footage captured at the bottom of the ocean. And what an undersea creature it is. Meet Duobrachium sparksae – a strange, gelatinous species […]
When Billie Rae spotted a shark stuck between some rocks, she knew she had to help. Without thinking, the brave little girl reached down into the water and freed the shark. But she didn’t stop there. Many people would have likely hesitated to help the fish, but Billie […]
Other otters have won hearts and donations for the aquarium, but this is no ordinary Joey. The pup’s 24/7 livestream made him a social media sensation during the pandemic. Watch the live stream here: The otter pup’s tiny front paws, downy fur, baleful squeaks and generally heart-bursting cuteness […]
Laughing is a major milestone that chimp babies typically reach between 12 to 16 weeks. What a big smile!
Lion pride hunts for cubs in Africa’s Savannah. The Savannah is a complex web of life, from the plants at the bottom of the food chain to the predators at the top. Stories of life and death have unfolded on these plains for millions of years.
Japanese town has deployed robot wolves in an effort to scare away bears that have become an increasingly dangerous nuisance in the countryside.
Wonder what our planet would look like without oceans? Then this animation by NASA will blow your mind.
Asian Giant Hornets are responsible for up to 50 deaths a year in Asia, especially in Japan, which has been dealing with the problem for thousands of years. But it takes multiple stings to kill a person. But the real victim and biggest concern is the already declining […]