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Wildlife Photographer Of The Year Entries Capture Nature’s Most Extraordinary MomentsThe first released images from the Natural History Museum’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition have captured some of the most captivating wildlife moments. From a raccoon poking her head out of a 1970s Ford Pinto on a deserted farm in Canada, to a baby hippo tragically being carried to its death, the images do …121
300 Dead Birds Mysteriously Fall Out Of The Sky On Welsh IslandIn some horror movie-type shit, 300 birds have mysteriously fallen out of the sky, leaving them scattered down a road in North Wales. The masses of dead birds were discovered in Anglesey by Hannah Stevens, who had seen the flock flying around earlier that day. Stevens said she had initially seen them flying overhead before …2
Eleanor The Giant Echidna Is So Chonky She Survived Getting Hit By CarIt’s not fat, it’s power: meet Eleanor, an echidna so chonky she survived being hit by a car. Australia’s bushfire crisis has seen the death of billions of animals, as blazes tear through habitats, leaving creatures no place to go amid the flames. It’s been a horrific six months, but through all that adversity, a …18
Parahawking Is the Closest You Can Get to Being a BirdParagliding high above a beautiful landscape is already a bucket list item, but doing it alongside an Egyptian vulture might bump it up to the top of the list. Pioneered by Scott Mason, who has been training birds since he was ten, parahawking consists of a trained vulture or hawk guiding a paraglider through thermals or air pockets in the sky for long, bird-like flights.
Pangolins May Not Have Been The Intermediary Host of SARS-CoV-2 After AllUnderstanding the origins of the virus causing COVID-19 is one of the key questions scientists are trying to resolve while working out how to manage the pandemic. But in a fast-evolving situation, we're bound to point our fingers at a few innocent su
Cockroaches Feeling Very Optimistic About Future Of PlanetNEW YORK—Declaring that their outlook is as hopeful as it’s been in decades, an overwhelming majority of the world’s cockroaches said in a poll released Thursday by the Pew Research Center that they felt “highly optimistic” about the future of the planet.