Posted January 19, 2017 by Ron Callari

Insects evolve in ways that protect them against predators and other forms of immediate danger. From the stink bomb of an assassin bug, the stingers of bumble bees to poisonous spiders, many species on this planet have developed in ways to help their species survive and thrive in the wild.

Posted January 18, 2017 by Kitty Devine

Most of the time when you receive a heart-shaped box it means a cardiac-stopping load of candy. Change that up this Valentine's Day with this massively weird and adorable Giant Microbes Heart Warming Box.

Posted January 9, 2017 by M Dee Dubroff

Ceasar, the five-year-old camel, and Dolly, the ten-year-old blind mare, may be an unlikely duo, but they are bonded for life and have been ever since they "met" at the Pony X-Press petting Zoo in Winslow, Maine.

Posted January 5, 2017 by Creature Features

An exceedingly rare, psychedelically-hued, rainbow-tinted lobster caught in St. Marys Bay, Nova Scotia could be the poster child for the acid-ification of the oceans.

Posted January 4, 2017 by Ron Callari

My blogs over the years have covered the perils and forecasts of the many endangered species on this planet. In my post, “Why We Should Be Concerned About The Sixth Mass Extinction?” I reported on the current ‘extinction event’ that is happening in our lifetimes. Think about that! There have only been five periods of heightened animal extinction since the dawn of time, and the most current one is happening right under our noses.

Posted January 4, 2017 by Kitty Devine

Yes, unicorns, here's your sign. Slow traffic around your home or garden with this cute and fun Unicorn Crossing Tin Sign.

Posted December 29, 2016 by Ron Callari

For those of us who grew up reading Richard Adams’ classic novel Watership Down, your worldview may have been significantly altered as to how you thought about the treatment of animals. The novel, told in a fable-rich format was the tale of a rabbit family’s struggles to survive in the face of adversity and threats from the cruelty of humans.

Posted December 28, 2016 by Creature Features

These plush Tardigrades are about 1,000 times larger than actual Water Bears because it's tough to cuddle a pet too small to be seen with the naked eye.