Leaving a smaller carbon footprint should not only be the sole goal of
us humans. That outreach should be extended to our pets as well. Your
four-legged pals should be entitled to the same clean environment as
their owners. Today there are products and services that are
biodegradable, recyclable, non-toxic, locally-made and organic.

Zimbabwe currently faces a moral dilemma that doesn’t seem to have an
easy solution. On the one hand, the natives face the most devastating
drought their region has incurred in years. It places million of lives
(both humans and wildlife) at critical risk. Rainfall is not expected in
the country any time soon and President Rober Mugabe has declared a “state of disaster.” But on the other hand . . .

As much as naysayers would like to continue critiquing ‘climate change’
as a conspiracy theory, this week the world is witness to an unfortunate
milestone. According to recent scientific studies, climate change has
claimed its first victim in the mammal species. And no, this particular victim is not a political animal — as many might favor. This mammal is an “adorable rodent” according to The Guardian known as the the Bramble Cay melomys. 

I wonder what these two are talking about. I can't imagine they are just discussing the weather in the Arctic.

Anyone that loves watching documentaries knows the voice of this man, Sir David Attenborough.  As a narrator of several amazing BBC films, his voice has become synonymous with images of nature that are absolutely mind-blowing.  Happy 90th birthday, sir!

Elephants love playing in mud and water, but sometimes things get a bit out of control.  In this case, this poor pachyderm got in a little over his... trunk.

 

“Must love wombats” is one of several requirements tourism officials in Tasmania, Australia deem essential to the “job” of Wombat Cuddler. If you think you've got what it takes to soothe this not-so-savage beast, then get the devil to Tasmania, stat!

While gorillas are often characterized in film as wild and mean-tempered jungle beasts, there’s
too much evidence in the real world that suggests the contrary. These
magnificent creatures are not only our closest cousins on the
evolutionary scale (98% of their DNA is identical to that of humans) . . .