How are they paying for it?
One variety was able to reduce emissions by 99 per cent.
Now you see it...
According to local activists, untreated sewage sludge is to blame.
Let the trailer for the new Planet Earth II uplift you, turning your thoughts far away from the darkness of the human world to the beauty of the animal kingdom.
There was a chap inside the cage.
Visitors have apparently been locked in while the zoo attempts to thwart the gorilla’s surprise adventure.
Described as a ‘parable’ for the treatment of animals.
This crazy guy just released 285 snakes into the wild at the same time. Read More >>
Plants employ a wide variety of tactics to lure pollinators, but an ornamental plant popularly known as Giant Ceropegia takes it to another level.
Facial Attraction: This hummingbird seriously looks like it has a shiny purple baby octopus (well, a six-tentacled one) attached to its head. Damn nature, you crazy. Read more >>
It works for otters, so researchers think it could work for people as well.
On the scale of terror, we'd place it a notch above 'Tube Chat?' badge and one below fake bomb.
Cane toads are poisonous, and in Northeast Australia they’re absolutely everywhere. So what’s one to do with a surplus of toads? Stack them, of course. Read More >>
Luckily for these little cuties, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species, or CITES, has officially banned commercial trading of pangolins.
Yesterday, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service determined that members of seven yellow-faced bees from the Hylaeus species require government protection.
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