This film was shot on April 14, 1906, just four days before the San Francisco earthquake and fire that destroyed over 80% of the city.
The extremely rare, white humpback was spotted on 10 August 2015 off the coast of Queensland, Australia.
Two Julia Butterflies (Dryas iulia) are seen drinking the tears of turtles in Ecuador. The phenomenon is known as lachryphagy.
The same side of the moon always faces Earth but this view was captured by a NASA satellite one million miles away.
Mark Carwardine videoed a gray whale mother and her calf as they approached a boat of whale watchers, allowing the people onboard to touch them.
“It’s not about being the first or being right, it’s about believing in yourself because you know something is possible.” – Robbie Maddison
Sunset photo of a black rhino in Namibia’s Etosha National Park. Photographer Johan Georget waited in the bush for 7 hours to get the shot.
Seen here is a close-up of a rare pink Oblong-winged katydid (Amblycorypha oblongifolia).
A film crew shooting a snowboard movie caught an incredible moment when they spotted a rabbit making a mad dash across an avalanche and safely making it to the other side.
Scientists want to name this tiny octopus with big eyes and gelatinous skin, ‘Opisthoteuthis Adorabilis’, and we couldn’t agree more!