Tips for Green Camping

Camping by Barriere Lake, British Columbia, Canada

Green living doesn’t stop when you leave home for a holiday. Camping is a simple way to spend time with people that you love, but you may find that you use more disposable products while in the great outdoors than … Continue reading

Three New Species Found in Freshwater Caves

Amphipod

One of the most remarkable and mysterious places in the world can be found on the Kahurangi National Park in the northwest section of New Zealand’s South Island. A series of underground river cave systems delivers the Pearse River up to a dramatic entrance from under a mountain cliff in the Tasman Region. Continue reading

Cute Clownfish With Sea Anemone

Clownfish with Sea Anemone

The Ocellaris Clownfish is a popular aquarium fish. Their natural habitat are the coral reefs of the Indo-Pacific, particularly in the Fiji and Tonga regions. Although they look like plants, sea anemones are a group of water-dwelling, predatory animals. Continue reading

Coyote Sitting on a Rock

Coyote

The coyote, also known as the American jackal, brush wolf or the prairie wolf, is a species of canine only found in North America. Photo taken by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Continue reading

Beautiful Wild Boar

Wild Boar

Those ancestors of domestic pigs have relatively short legs and a large head. Their nose has the shape of a disk and their eyes are tiny. Although boars can attack humans and most of them seem very fierce and bad, this one is an exception: it has such an innocent look! Continue reading