Japanese zen gardens are designed to help people relax and meditate on the meaning of life. And apparently, the traditional tranquil spaces aren’t only beneficial to humans. Twitter user kmt (@syu9ji2) recently shared photos online, revealing how a cat decided to take a nap, right in the middle of the raked gravel ripples at the Kuhonbutsu Jōshinji Jōdo Buddhist temple garden in Tokyo.
We all have that one friend who always manages to ruin group photos.
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Cats and dogs typically have turbulent relationships, which is why people often say that quarreling siblings are fighting “like cats and dogs.” However, there’s one happy, furry family in Japan who's proving the saying wrong. Meet Kiki, the adorable American Shorthair cat who lives peacefully with her three Shiba Inu siblings; Saki, Ibuki, and Hazuki. Not only does Kiki seem to enjoy the company of canines, but she actually acts like she’s one of them.
One of the world's most endangered turtles is making a comeback. The Burmese roofed turtle (Batagur trivittata)
Tahlequah, the killer whale whose maternal grief was felt around the world in 2018, has successfully given birth to a...
Have you ever wondered how flamingos eat with their curved bills? The San Diego Zoo is educating the public on flamingo feeding habits with a new video showing the brilliantly pink birds feeding underwater. The video was taken at the birds' mealtime by an underwater camera placed inside the zoo's flamingo feeding pool. In the video, the birds dip their hooked bills to skim the bottom.
Named after what they do best, golden retrievers love to, well, retrieve.
It's been 50 years since the New Guinea singing dog has been spotted in the wild; however, researchers have recently...
Summertime is full of insects, as moths hover around porch lights and fireflies light up in the night. While you've likely seen these creatures in passing, fascinating video footage will have you gain a whole new appreciation for them. North Carolina-based research biologist Dr. Adrian Smith captures these insects and others in extreme slow-motion flight. The footage features critters from eight taxonomic orders as they take off, flutter, and land in a tiny “studio.
Who wouldn't love a Welsh corgi? These adorable pooches are friendly, energetic, and just plain funny.
Ravenous birds aren't typically the most welcome visitors on a thriving farm.