The most unpredictable contests between natural enemies from the animal world
Birds gravitate towards power lines to rest. This is true in cities where there are few trees. However power lines can be dangerous to birds when they touch two wires.
For the curious beachcomber of the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts of North, South and Central America who desire to know something about the clam shell or bivalve he or she found irresistible to pick up! Includes many artistic photographs, identification and interesting facts of 40 separate varieties!
Have you ever noticed that turtles seem to disappear in the winter and then magically reappear when spring arrives? Where do they go? What do they do? A little bit of digging will provide the answer.
You've probably heard of Australia's wombats, but how much do you know about them? I live in wombat territory. Here's my observations.
An introduction to the immortal jellyfish including fun facts, location map, video, and beautiful photos...
This short but thorough lion facts hub is an investigation into the most popular of Big Cats, the lion. King of beasts and lauded in lore and legend, this African wild cat catches the imagination.
Identification of North, South and Central American, Atlantic and Gulf Coast gastropod sea snails, also, Indo-Pacific varieties! Interesting facts and beautiful photographs of the various species from some of the most common to the unusual! Simplified identification descriptions.
Are humans biologically carnivores, omnivores or herbivores? Is eating meat a cultural or biological? This page compares the anatomy and physiology of carnivores and herbivores and humans.