Let's face it: animals don’t care whether you’re trying to take a picture or you’re on a video call. If our work-from-home culture has taught us anything, it's that pets are curious and have no qualms about interrupting a photo or video to see what they're missing. Well, it turns out that wild animals have a similar attitude to our domesticated cats and dogs.
Frogs are possibly some of the most fascinating animals on the planet.
A beak is as important to a bird as hands are to a human.
For many pet owners, leaving your dog home alone for a few hours is sometimes unavoidable. When that time comes, it can be worrying to think of them stuck inside and wanting to go out. That’s why garage door company Chamberlain designed the myQ Pet Portal, an award-winning solution that gives dogs the freedom to safely go outside whenever they want or need.
Cats don’t live by the rules, and spend most of their time just doing what they want.
We all have “that friend” who likes to pose silly in pictures when the rest of us are trying to...
You’re probably familiar with how a human ultrasound looks, but have you ever seen an elephant calf curled up in its mother’s womb? The Oklahoma City Zoo recently shared a video of the special moment when its resident Asian elephant, 25-year-old Asha, had an ultrasound. Asha is currently eight months pregnant, but since the average elephant’s pregnancy lasts 22 months (around 660 days)
While conducting a routine research survey of endangered giraffe populations, scientists working for the Giraffe Conservation Foundation (GCF)
For newlyweds Roisin & Hunter Bicklmeier, it was no question that their Golden Retriever named Bear would play a part...
Squirrels are amazing creatures. Agile, cunning, and smart, they can make leaps and bounds with great ease. So, it’s no surprise that they sometimes pose just like superheroes. As many photos have captured, these nimble rodents look like they just made a landing akin to Captain America.
Insects are the most diverse group of organisms on our planet.
Ravens are fascinating birds.