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Praying Mantis majestically riding into the sunset

January 11th, 2015|

A praying mantis has two large, compound eyes that work together to help it decipher visual cues. But strangely, the praying mantis has just a single ear, located on the underside of its belly, just forward of its hind legs. This means the mantid cannot discriminate the direction of sound, nor its frequency. What it […]

Attack! Oh shit, retreat! Retreat!

January 10th, 2015|

Few things in life are as cute as a tiny little kitten with big paws in flying attack mode!

Oh Shit, a Kangaroo!

January 7th, 2015|

Battle of the Commonwealth Coat of Arms.

A husky in his natural element.

January 5th, 2015|

You know he’s warm because the snow doesn’t melt on the tip of his fur, indicating that all the heat stays in. How cozy!

Mommy hoopoe taking care of the family

January 4th, 2015|

Found throughout the Old World, hoopoes frequent warm, dry areas, which are at least partially open. The northernmost species, which reach the English Channel and the Baltic Sea, are migratory in winter. The nest is built in a tree cavity or a rock crevice, sometimes lined with debris, or sometimes bare. The female lays and […]

Meet Scout, the world’s most patient dog

December 29th, 2014|

Scout, a rescued pit bull, has an uncanny ability to balance anything on his head. Whether it’s a sombrero or a single strawberry or a baseball, this patient pooch knows not to get overwhelmed by the challenges life throws at him. Once neglected, mistreated, and underfed, he now lives with a loving owner and there’s […]

At least the chipmunk’s not being dramatic about it

December 29th, 2014|

All i can hear is Homer’s laughter.

This bear is learning how to lure his food

December 27th, 2014|

Yeah, they’re cute now, but wait until one asks for the car keys and the other eats you.

Behold… the coolest duck you will EVER see

December 27th, 2014|

♫Don’t chase crumbs over waterfalls

Please stick the rivers and the lakes that you’re used to

I know that you’d rather have that dry bread then nothing at all

But i think you’re paddling too fast♫

The alien beauty of jellyfish by Alexander Semenov

December 27th, 2014|

Russian marine biologist and underwater photographer Alexander Semenov is back with some new extraordinary photographs of the deep sea aliens. Alexander is currently leading a team of scientists on a three-year-long Aquatilis expedition to explore the deep waters around the world.