Math is the language of cats, and it is they who first discovered the so-called Fibonacci sequence. No, it wasn't the Indian mathematician Pingala, nor Leonardo of Pisa. Cats got it first, but they called it the Furbonacci sequence!
This footage of a one-day-old baby otters sleeping on his mother's belly was captured by photographer Connie Levenhagen. The two were spotted in a pool outside the Monterey Bay Aquarium, in California.
Hilarious animals have long been neglected by the liberal media, but this year, Paul Joynson-Hicks changed history. Enter the 2015 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards, a competition founded by Joynson-Hicks to celebrate the silliest photos in the field. And the prize? A 7-day safari through southern Tanzania in East Africa, and a Nikon D750 DSLR with a 24-85mm lens!
It's a time to reflect on how each of us -- individually and collectively -- can do our part to help reverse human impact on the environment that has resulted in what has been called the earth's sixth great extinction event.
Far out in the Pacific Ocean, my dream to dive with the magnificent humpback whales comes true. Yet while we are out there, a darker side of the ocean is revealed. It is one that makes life seem all the more precious and full of beauty.
In Greece, people abandon their beloved pets because they can’t afford to keep them anymore; luckily, there’re places like Hott Spott, a cafe in Mytilene, Lesbos, which opens its doors to stray dogs. Since July, it’s been letting the poor doggies inside to sleep every night.
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