Public female drinkers were such a rare sight, that a drinking event by a female cyclist at a bar in New Jersey in 1896 merited its own article stub in the NY Times
Serama chickens are the smallest and lightest breed of chickens in the world.
In this compilation of videos, dogs are caught off guard by the scary presence of guisards they at first don’t recognize.
During the mating season which occurs from late June and extends through September, hopeful male echidnas form what is known as a love train behind females.
The Black Sea Nettle (Chrysaora achlyos) is a a giant jelly from the marine class Scyphozoan.
This video shows just what it looks like when hundreds of thousands of bats emerge at the owl-hoot from their cave.
This cute video, set to Pharrell Williams’ catchy “Happy” song, shows the prelapsarian state of elephants at the rescue.
When you think of animals that can change colors, cephalopods like octopus, cuttlefish, and squid are top contenders for being chatoyement.