May 11, 2013
In the video a wasp is bringing water to the nest in slow motion. “I had no idea what they where doing until I reviewed the shots almost a year after I shot them.” The slow motion allows you to see so much more detail. Check out the video…
May 9, 2013
A mysterious 30 foot long rotting ‘sea monster‘ found washed in the Bay of Plenty, about 120-miles south from Auckland, after violent storms hit the coast, in New Zealand. Have a look at the videos…
April 23, 2013
Scientists from the Benaroya Research Institute at Virginia Mason and the University of Washington has decoded the genome of the African coelacanth, Latimeria chalumnae.
April 21, 2013
Shark attacks on Humans vs. Human attacks on Sharks. In this infographic you will not believe what we are doing to sharks!
You have no idea how many more sharks are killed by humans than humans are killed by sharks! Have a look at the infographic…
April 19, 2013
Wrangel Island is a haven for wildlife, frozen in space and time.
Muskoxen—more akin to goats and sheep than to oxen—were introduced to Wrangel Island in 1975 and now number about 800. Increasingly, they cluster in tight groups to fend off a newly returned predator: wolves. Image © Sergey Gorshkov/National Geographic
April 16, 2013
This series by Suren Manvelyan was shortlisted at Sony World Photography Awards in the Nature category in professional section. All animals are alive and they are not damaged during shooting. Lama
April 12, 2013
In this slow motion video a Northern Goshawk strikes dummy lures and water balloons with amazing speed and agility. Check out the video with one of the most extraordinary slow motion yet…
April 10, 2013
“5m80″ the latest short 3D animation by Nicolas Deveaux. A funny creation whose title comes from the size of giraffes, shows these animals performing diving and other aquatic choreography! Have a look at the brilliant video…
April 8, 2013
A new species of tarantula named Poecilotheria rajaei, roughly the size of a dinner plate has been discovered in a Sri Lankan village. Image © Ranil Nanayakkara / British Tarantula Society
March 29, 2013
The elephant bird egg measures 12 inches long and 9 inches! Elephant birds, which were hunted to extinction in Madagascar by the 17th century, were among the largest birds to ever walk the Earth.