Learn About The Wild World Around You
Learn more about the wild world around us and how our daily choices impact every aspect of nature. From climate change to animal migrations and everything in between, our choices have an impact.
Why Do Animals Look The Same (Zoologist Explains)
Why do animals look the same? To survive animals deploy similar mechanisms resulting in similar appearances. Keep reading to find out more!
Wildlife In Connecticut (With Videos)
Want to know more about the wildlife in Connecticut? Learn about the majestic creatures of Connecticut like the black bear and coyotes here!
25 Animals That Live In Swamps And Marshes (Answered By Zoologist)
What are some animals that live in swamps and marshes? A huge variety of animals live in both habitats, check the 25 animals on our list!
Why Are Animals Afraid of Humans? (5 Reasons Explained)
Why are animals afraid of humans? We have a long history of being predators, so animals fear us as an instinct for survival. Learn more here!
35 Animals That Live In Lakes (Answered By Zoologist)
Wondering what are some animals that live in lakes? A huge variety of animals live in lakes, learn more by checking the 35 animals on our list!
8 Animals That Drink A Lot Of Water (With Videos)
What are some animals that drink a lot of water? Learn about big animals like elephants, giraffes and smaller animals like saltwater fish, and more!
12 Animals That Bark (With Videos)
What are some animals that bark? Aside from dogs, seals, capybaras, and deer bark too. Learn more about them and other barking animals here!
Why Are Wild Animals Unpredictable? (4 Reasons Explained)
Why are wild animals unpredictable? They’re individuals that react to various situations differently. Find the 4 reasons they’re unpredictable here!
17 Animals That Are Quiet (With Videos)
What are some animals that are quiet? At least 17 land and marine animals and bugs don’t make noise. Learn about how they communicate here.
Why Do Animals Have Short Lifespans? (Explained)
Why do animals have short lifespans? It could be due to size, the number of neurons in their brain, or challenges in the wild. Learn more here!