Category: ANIMALS

Oct 7, 2010

25 Stunning Photographs of Birds in Flight

25 Stunning Photographs of Birds in Flight

Photograph by Sidney Bovy The beauty of flight is best portrayed by our feathered friends. Try as we may with our expensive jets and giant airliners, there is no comparison to the grace and effortless movement of the bird. These twenty-five beautiful photographs from 1x.com (an incredible photography site that I highly recommend) are…

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Sep 9, 2010

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Cougars [15 pics]

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Cougars [15 pics]

Photograph by Art G. No not those cougars. Actual cougars. Badass ones that can jump almost 20 feet high and pounce on unsuspecting prey 20-40 feet away. Imagine an animal almost 10 feet long crossing your path! Below you will learn 10 things you never knew about cougars. ME-WOW! :P Photograph by Richard Landry 1.…

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Aug 12, 2010

10 Awesome Facts About Owls [15 pics]

10 Awesome Facts About Owls [15 pics]

Photograph by René Pedersen Owls are awesome. It’s an undeniable fact. They are expressive, they are diverse and they are stealthy. Oh, and their heads are on a swivel. Below you will find 10 interesting facts and a collection of photographs that capture these beautiful creatures. Enjoy! Photograph by John Booth Owls belong to the…

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Mar 29, 2010

The Giant Isopod

The Giant Isopod

The Giant Isopod. Scientists call it Bathynomus Giganteus. Thought to be abundant in the cold murky depths of the Atlantic Ocean, it is the largest known Isopod in the world. Let’s take a closer look at the giant isopod Photograph by Daniel Stoker French zoologist Alphonse Milne-Edwards was the first…

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Sep 13, 2009

A Tongue Eating Parasite That Becomes The Fish’s Tongue

A Tongue Eating Parasite That Becomes The Fish’s Tongue

Photograph by Matthew R. Gilligan Certainly one of the more disgusting species I’ve come across, the Cymothoa exigua or Tongue eating louse (louse being singular form of ‘lice’) is a parasitic crustacean that typically grows to 3 or 4 cm in length (1 in – 1.6 in). The parasite attaches itself at the base…

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