Eurasian Wolf Facts: Animals of Europe
Sometimes referred to as the "Common wolf", this canine is to be found throughout much of Russia and Northern and Eastern...
Sea Otter Facts: Animals of the Oceans
Ocean-dwelling Sea Otters are less stocky than their riverine Otter counterparts.
Canadian Lynx Facts: Animals of North America
The Canadian Lynx is more adapted to cold climes and a more ferocious hunter than its feral feline counterpart, the Bobcat.
Blue-Tongued Skink: Animals of Oceania
With their blue tongues and short, stumpy legs, these curious-looking creatures are some of the most popular exotic reptilian pets today.
Where Do Green Iguanas Live?
Alternatively referred to as Common iguanas or American iguanas, these reptilian herbivores are both speedy and powerful.
Bighorn Sheep Facts: Animals of North America
One of a very select group of North American mountain sheep, alongside Dall sheep.
Southwest African Lion Facts: Animals of Africa
Also called the Katanga Lion, these giant social felines are facing increasing pressures from encroaching human populations today.
What is Limestone?
From alkalinizing agents to mortar materials to sculptures, Limestone is as diverse as the parts of the world where it is found.
Wallaby Facts: Animals of Oceania
Despite the cute appearance of young Wallabies, these are not very social animals.
Indian Rhinoceros Facts: Animals of Asia
Unlike other rhinos, this Vulnerable species only has one horn.
Blue-Footed Booby Facts: Animals of North America
This bird's blue feet make it appear as peculiar as a creature out of 'Alice in Wonderland'.
Hen Harrier Facts - Animals of North America
Hen harriers are at risk of losing much of their natural habitats to human activities in Eurasia and North America alike.
Ocelot Facts: Animals of North America
An Ocelot can down prey much larger than itself, and, across much of its range, this once "Vulnerable" wild cat now has a thriving population.
Snow Goose Facts: Animals of North America
Whether they be "blues" or "whites", Snow Geese and their beautiful feathers are hard to miss.
Groundhog Facts: Animals of North America
While its ability to predict the weather may be overstated, the Groundhog is still a perceptive creature that always seems to stay on the lookout.
What is Diorite?
This relatively rare, dark-and-light speckled rock is formed through the crystallization of mixtures of magma beneath the Earth's surface.
Gray Whale Facts: Animals of North America
Hunted to extinction in the North Atlantic in the 17th Century, these baleen whales still have a thriving population in the North Pacific today.
Common Warthog Facts: Animals of Africa
This wild African pig has two sets of fiercesome looking tusks.
Gargoyle Gecko Facts: Animals of Oceania
The Gargoyle Gecko is an endemic species of New Caledonia, meaning it is to be found living in the wild nowhere else in the world.