Whether you're walking along the beach of the world's oceans or the USA's Great Lakes, your imagination is on high alert ! You pick up what looks like a fossil and wonder what creature remains you're holding in your hand must have looked like and how it lived, or how long ago.
If you found a big caterpillar and want to identify it, chances are that it's in this guide to large European and North American caterpillars.
For having such a nasty, nasty bite, with nasty, nasty venom - the brown recluse isn't such a terribly bad fellow. Invite one over for a visit, you'll see. Brown recluse spiders just need some lovin'
Much has been written about dinosaurs and the fury of T-Rex in popular culture; but are you aware there were giant creatures dominating Earth's oceans long, long before the dino-era ending 65 million years ago?
Cod and hake are interesting animals that are worth studying. They make nutritious foods, but the fish stocks need to be managed to prevent the collapse of the fisheries.
What is the Mimosa tree (Mimosa pudica)? How does a Mimosa plant move? Where is the Mimosa plant found. Biological functions of the Mimosa plant. Video and pictures of the Mimosa plant movement
Whales and dolphins have fascinated us for generations. These magnificent beings can reach lengths of up to almost 100 feet (the blue whale), and are incredibly intelligent. Cetaceans are a large and diverse group that are divided into two...
Most of us remember the Roadrunner, Wile E. Coyote cartoons. Now learn some interesting and true facts and information on the real roadrunner bird, (Geococcyx californianus).
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!