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Well, we are. But despite what you hear about solar power and wind turbines, there is a simple chart that demonstrates the biggest threats.
By: spam_vigilante
Friday, Feb 24th 2017 (12:36am)
These are two short videos of a cat that managed to get away from its owner, enter a pet store, then go hog-wild in the catnip toys until its owner tracked it down and retrieved it. Honestly, I would have done the same thing if I were a cat.
By: dave
Monday, Jan 30th 2017 (12:00am) | Thanks: mefi
An Australian scuba diver who encountered a Port Jackson shark pup seven years ago said the shark now frequently visits him underwater for cuddle sessions.
By: dave
Friday, Jan 27th 2017 (12:01am)
We've seen plenty of pets performing extreme sports. Meet another. Here's Didga, the fantastic feline.
By: spam_vigilante
Monday, Jan 23rd 2017 (12:01am)
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Live bald eagle cam is back, now fortified with young'uns!
By: dave
Saturday, Dec 31st 2016 (10:23am) | Thanks: sunny
From a shark with a sex organ on its head to a spider with a flashing disco ball, we rounded up Earth's oddest offerings of the year.
By: spam_vigilante
Friday, Dec 23rd 2016 (2:08am)
A reptile biologist explains that tortoises are affectionate despite their tough exteriors.
By: spam_vigilante
Monday, Dec 19th 2016 (5:34am) | Thanks: Squid
This little bird must be a fan of the Bangles.
By: spam_vigilante
Friday, Dec 2nd 2016 (12:02am)
Sir David Attenborough narrates this segment from the epic Planet Earth II series.
By: spam_vigilante
Sunday, Nov 27th 2016 (12:01am)
Three-year-old Meilun and Meihuan are struggling to follow Chinese, specially the Sichuan dialect as they can only understand English. They are gradually getting used to life back in China after their arrival early this month. However, they have not shed all their old habits; they still prefer American crackers to Chinese bread, and know English better than Chinese, state-run People's Daily reported.
By: dave
Friday, Nov 18th 2016 (12:00am) | Thanks: reddit
It all started with a Zambian chimpanzee named Julie in 2010. Julie stuck a piece of grass into her ear, and left it there. And she would do it over and over again. But why? Actually, this "grass-in-ear-behavior" appears to serve no discernible function. But after Julie did it, other chimps in her group began to follow suit.
By: dave
Monday, Nov 14th 2016 (12:00am)
Meet Gray, Piper and Caleb... the four legged members of the Snowmass Ski Patrol handled by Nathan Garfield, Dan Berg and Susan "Mouse" Carollo. These avalanche rescue dogs always seem to be wearing a smile, whether they're putting up boundary ropes or training year round as search and rescue dogs. But then again, they always get to ride first chair.
By: spam_vigilante
Friday, Nov 11th 2016 (12:13am) | Thanks: Gerard
An epic chase of predator versus prey. Almost completely CGI, but with a really cute ending.
By: spam_vigilante
Friday, Oct 28th 2016 (12:00am)
The 2016 finalists for the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards have been announced. Enjoy.
By: dave
Tuesday, Oct 18th 2016 (2:09pm) | Thanks: digg
A tiny newborn pangolin named Gung-wu gets fed, bathed and cuddled at the Taipei Zoo in Wenshan, Taipei, Taiwan . Gung-wu had refused to nurse from her mother, so zoo caretakers had to step in and feed her with a bottle to make sure that the fragile infant was getting enough nutrients to thrive.
By: spam_vigilante
Thursday, Oct 13th 2016 (12:04am)
They may be interesting but some of them are deadly. The larvae of moths and butterflies are not always so cute.
By: spam_vigilante
Tuesday, Oct 11th 2016 (4:06am)
In this video we have tried to show movement and the enormous chromatic beauty of corals, a kind of marine animals that despite being one of the oldest animals on our planet, are mostly unknown.
You will discover its stunning beauty, its spectacular colors and the mystery of his movements.
To capture these images it was necessary to apply the technique of time lapse as the slow movements of these animals are very difficult to see at a glance.
The use of macro lens gives a large enough vision to contemplate the huge variety of colorful species.
By: spam_vigilante
Friday, Sep 30th 2016 (12:00am)
We have another touching story about a young boy from Australia and his best friend - a magpie. The bird's name is Penguin, and she was rescued as a baby by her owner, 10-year-old Noah Bloom. Cameron Bloom, Noah's mother, is a professional photographer who has been capturing the relationship as it blossoms.
By: dave
Thursday, Sep 29th 2016 (12:00am) | Thanks: blort
The first large-scale study of ancient feline DNA has finally been completed, and the results reveal how our inscrutable friends were domesticated in the Near East and Egypt some 15,000 years ago, before spreading across the globe and into our hearts. Cats sailed with Vikings to conquer the world.
By: dave
Monday, Sep 26th 2016 (12:00am)
The reptile is feeding on chicken parts left for it by its handlers but the cat seeks to be dominant.
By: spam_vigilante
Thursday, Sep 15th 2016 (12:00am)
Driving around some serpentine curves...
By: spam_vigilante
Wednesday, Sep 14th 2016 (5:23am) | Thanks: Miss C
Playful as a puppy, this seal just wanted human interaction.
By: spam_vigilante
Saturday, Sep 10th 2016 (4:34am)
Don't think for a moment that Sir David Attenborough made his legit docus like this one without incidents that had to be cut out.
By: spam_vigilante
Tuesday, Sep 6th 2016 (12:37am) | Thanks: Miss C
They're beautiful and intriguing, but these ferocious predators have sharp mandibles, near-360-degree vision and can fly backward.
A fascinating article about these fantastic predators.
By: spam_vigilante
Tuesday, Aug 30th 2016 (12:00am) | Thanks: Presurfer
At the 2016 Rio Olympics, Canada's Derek Drouin took the gold in the high jump, with a leap of 2.38 m (7ft 10in). It was a stunning jump, but it fell 7cm short of the world record of 2.45m (8ft), set by Cuba's Javier Sotomayor way back in 1993.
As ever with our athletic feats, there are plenty of wild animals that leap far higher, reaching dizzying heights in a single bound.
There are two ways you can measure the highest jumps. The first is the absolute height an animal reaches. However, that tends to favour the largest animals, so the second option is to consider how high an animal jumps relative to its own size.
By: spam_vigilante
Saturday, Aug 27th 2016 (5:35am)
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