Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Solar-Powered Hornet Makes Its Own Electricity

The Oriental Hornet is the first-ever discovered animal capable of harvesting energy from the solar rays of the sun.The Oriental hornet, Vespa orientalis, is...

This Kitten-Sized Fox is Both Capable and Captivating

The fennec fox is the world’s smallest canid, but has surprisingly few predators and is adapted to survive in the harshest environmental conditions.Vulpes zerda...

One Expedition Reveals 50 New Species of Spiders

Australia's Cape York Peninsula has been declared a spider hotspot — with more than fifty new species revealed during just one expedition.  Busch Blitz is Australia's...

VIDEO: Buffalo Calf Shows African Elephant Who’s Boss

This buffalo calf decided to take on an enormous African elephant.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ar3m8ZFI3A

The Mammoth Factor: Why Prehistoric Animals Were So Big

Super-sized animals dominated the Pleistocene era and dated back as far as the dinosaurs — but hardly exist on Earth today.Skeletons of dinosaurs, mastodons,...

Wildlife of Zambia's South Luangwa Valley

In the South Luangwa Valley in Zambia, a diverse array of species thrive.

Elusive Night Parrot Rediscovered in Western Australia After a Century

This legendary creature was thought to have been extinct for the past 100 years — but has now been caught on camera. A group of bird...

This Skunk Performs Hand Stands While it Sprays

The western spotted skunk is better known as the hand-standing skunk — and has recently come under scientific scrutiny. Spilogale gracilis is found throughout extensive portions of...

Japanese macaques

Japanese macaque mother and baby interact at the Jigokudani Monkey Park in Yamanouchi, Shimotakai District, Nagano.

Elephant Nature Park

One of the rescue elephants giving herself a dirt bath at Elephant Nature Park, Chiang Mai, Thailand.

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