Amazing biology of these wonderful insects! Here are some key Ant facts: There are more than 12,000 species of ants all over the world. An ant can lift 20 times its own body weight. If a second grader was as strong as an ant, she would be able […]
Great video on the biology of the Octopus! Quick and straight to the point by Real Science! Super smart animals! Read this recent article how an octopus outsmarts humans in experiments.
Sea Shepherd and Mexican authorities rescue two assailants whose boat crashed into the conservation vessel Farley Mowat during an aggressive early morning attack against the non-profit environmental group.
Meachen et al. report on the best preserved, oldest wolf mummy to date. Zhùr, meaning “wolf” in the Hän language of the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in, was only 7 weeks old when she died more than 50,000 years ago. Here, they reconstruct Zhùr’s short life, including the environment she lived […]
Scientists believe they may have discovered a new species of beaked whale off the western coast of Mexico.
Quick facts about the longest living mammal in the world! The bowhead whale (Balaena mysticetus, greenland whale, polar whale). Bowhead whale facts! More recent news on the Bowhead whale: Bowhead Whale Population Recovers Despite Arctic Warming
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 […]
Laughing is a major milestone that chimp babies typically reach between 12 to 16 weeks. What a big smile!