Beautiful animals are found all over the world, some that live on land and others who dwell in water, and there’s no doubt that every country and region is home to some really unique fauna. New Zealand, however, is particularly special, as it is home to not only a few
The giraffe, with its elongated neck and legs, is among the most graceful and distinctive animals in Africa. Observing these gentle giants in their natural surroundings is an awe-inspiring experience. Giraffes are fascinating creatures, and there’s much to learn about them that only adds to their allure. Here are our
Sharks have something of a bad reputation. This is in part because they’ve long been used as the villains in media, but also because attacks can be quite brutal, even if they very rarely happen. Sharks are incredibly fascinating and important marine animals that have dominated the seas for hundreds
Chances are good you currently have a pet cat, or have had one in your life. But lest it be forgotten, cats are the most semi-feral animals that will choose to coexist with humans. They may live in our houses, but really are impossible to fully domesticate. Don’t believe it?
Forget about imagining what aliens are like, most aren’t even aware of how strange our own planet is. Earth is packed with animals of all shapes and sizes, including everything from blue whales to ants. The reality of some of these creatures is so strange, so bizarre, and so unbelievable
Many sit and wonder what it would be like to have dinosaurs wondering around, fascinated by the idea that something so big really existed. Don’t look now but blue whales are far bigger than any dinosaur, being the largest animal to have ever existed on earth. Yes, if you think
Often called the King Of the Jungle, the African Lion is one of the world’s biggest cats, and has long ruled much of the African savannah. The males spend a lot of their time resting in the shade and protecting the pack when necessary, while the lionesses are the hunters,
Whales have an incredibly important role to play in balancing the ecosystems of our seas. One such whale is the Southern Right Whale, a species that has fascinated scientists for decades due to their very specific habits. These oceanic mammals are “ecosystem engineers” as they help to keep sea life