As 3D printing has risen in popularity, people have gotten more and more creative with the technology. From 3D-printed dog planters to sculptures and even food, the possibilities are endless. And it’s exciting to see what new ideas people come up with. One innovative animal lover uses the technology to create 3D-printed helmets for his cat, and the sturdy feline headgear is ridiculously adorable.
Maine Coon cats are gentle giants that get a lot of love on the internet—and it’s easy to see why!
In most instances, birds migrate to warmer climates during the winter.
Birthday wishes are in order for Jonathan the Seychelles giant tortoise. The lumbering giant turns 190 years old in 2022. Already the oldest living land animal, this recent milestone is another Guinness World Record for Jonathan. He is now the oldest chelonian ever—a category which include turtles, tortoises, and terrapins. The super-centenarian is still living the good life on the island of St. Helena as befits such a distinguished creature.
Laughing rats and dogs may seem more like something out of a Disney animated film than of real life, but...
Jellyfish are mesmerizing creatures.
Although big cats like Siberian tigers can be intimidating, there also are times when they look more like comedians than predators. A Japanese photographer known as Riku has captured sight of one of these creatures as it met its match with a bunch of snow.
Ravens are extremely intelligent birds.
Embed from Getty Images There are certain animals we’ve grown accustomed to seeing as they roam alongside us through the...
In 2019, a 3-year-old boy named Casey Hathaway went missing while playing outside his grandmother’s house. Despite enduring freezing temperatures and heavy rain, the story has a happy ending; Hathaway survived the harrowing experience, thanks in part to a bear who kept him safe and warm. Hathaway’s disappearance brought out seasoned searchers as well as everyday people concerned for his well-being. Upon learning the boy was missing, law enforcement, the U.S.
Banjo picker Andy Thorn—a talented musician from Boulder, Colorado—is best known for his work with jamgrass band, Leftover Salmon.
Wildlife conservation photographer Carla Rhodes loves to feed the birds.