Koala Facts: Animals of Oceania
These marsupials sleep twenty hours yet still find time to consume as much as 1.5 pounds of eucalyptus leaves per day.
Russell's Viper Facts: Animals of Asia
One of the deadliest snakes to humans worldwide, the Russell's Viper may kill as many as 25,000 people yearly.
Pocket Gopher Facts: Animals of North America
Rarely larger than 14 inches, the pocket gopher is a tiny and isolated rodent found in the US and Mexico.
Wolverine Facts: Animals of North America
These solitary mammals are effective winter predators with specific physical adaptations which allow them to hunt despite cold weather.
Red Fox: Animals of North America
These widespread mammals are excellent and intelligent hunters which get their name from the bright color of their fur.
10 Largest Deserts in the World
Though many of the world's largest desert are characterized by heat and sand, the largest deserts on the planet will surprise you.
Osprey Facts: Animals of North America
These numerous birds of prey can build nests that are so large, they can even accommodate a human being.
Collared Pika Facts - Animals of North America
Though weighing under six ounces, these solitary creatures are able to adapt and survive in the cold regions of the American North.
Mountain Lion Facts: Animals of North America
These agile predators, once found all over the North American continent, have suffered the effects of human activities greatly diminishing their...
Olive Ridley Sea Turtle Facts: Animals of North America
The smallest of the marine turtle species, these Central American turtles get their name from their olive color.
Moon Jellyfish Facts: Animals of North America
These adaptable creatures have been increasing in number off the coasts of North America and Europe for the past several decades.
Mustang Facts: Animals of North America
The so-called "wild mustang" is actually a feral domesticated animal, with an interesting history behind its existence in North America.
Mountain Goat Facts: Animals of North America
These highly adaptive mammals are known as much for being able to keep their balance on rocky ledges as they are for their iconic horns.
What is Gold?
This element has a wide range of applicable uses as a result of its low reactivity and high malleability which go well beyond the pure accumulation of...
The Worst Volcanic Eruptions In History
Apart from the fatal aspects of a volcanic eruption, these inflicted major economic damages as well.
Killer Whale Facts: Animals of North America
Also known as Orcas, these predators have a range encompassing virtually the entirety of the Earth's oceans.
What is Coal?
This combustible rock has played an immense role in human activity and technology.
Facts About Giraffes
These large creatures call a range of over ten African countries their home, but are in greater danger today than ever before.
Anhinga Facts: Animals of North America
These North and Central American birds are adept swimmers with unique physical characteristics which help them hunt for fish.