Being noisy+Having big ears+Super echo-processing brains=Amazing echolocation abilities.
They’re both advertisements and buffets.
Gently falling flakes of disgustingness.
Marmots don’t care what they look like in a swimsuit.
Though this may be a disappointment to some, the biggest shark in the world does not eat humans.
Goofiness is in the eye of the beholder.
One of them sinks waist deep into the mud. The other one doesn't.
Giant squid used to always be described as "elusive." Now there is so much footage of them out there, it's like they're cultivating their own online social media personas.
For the most part, getting hypothermia is not good, unless, of course, you want to make your body a suitable habitat for bioluminescent bacteria.
Yes, though despite this teaser photo, one of them was not me, and neither was the other.
Clark’s nutcrackers are the masters of finding things. Well, certain things that are even smaller than iPads. Namely, pine tree seeds. Each Clark's Nutcracker can bury up to 100,000 seeds a year and then find them all four months later.
Find out why fiddler crabs are the tiny, arthropod John Travoltas of the salt marsh.