by Kitty Devine
Ear be dragons! This Dragon Ear Wrap is just about the coolest piece of jewelry ever. This gleaming reptile curves around your ear and whispers all of his secrets and magical advice just to you.
by Creature Features
Caimans are commonly associated with Cajuns, not Canadians, but recently one of these toothy crocodilians took the latter road – one far less traveled by members of its species.
by John P. Barker
Since I was a kid I've always had a fascination with Komodo Dragons. Moreso than an alligator, they are like what I considered to be dinosaurs when I was young. They're mysterious and scary--and methodical, as you'll see in this video.
by M Dee Dubroff
Being the only person on your block to own a certain animal may have its place in the keeping-up-with-the-Jones' mindset, but bringing exotic animals into your home comes with hidden and perilous costs both to health and safety. Read on for more information.
by Ron Callari
Sometimes in life, you have to look very closely at images as they are not always what they seem. Such is the case with several artists who has devoted their life's work to utilizing the human body as their canvas. Turning the human body into dynamic images has grown rapidly in popularity over the past 20 years. . .
by Arnold Carreiro
There’s no denying it- Dinosaurs are awesome, and Safari Ltd. makes the best dino replicas in the business. This time I’ve got my hands on a trio of lesser known carnivorous dinosaurs that the artisans at Safari did an incredible job bringing to life:
by Ron Callari
The chameleons' capability of blending into its environment via its biological gift of color-morphing has long been thought to be an avoidance technique to escape from predators. Another study points to findings that suggest their color changing ability is not actually used as camouflage - but rather a display of virility when they're in the mood to 'hit on' one of their female counterparts.