Beasts of the Wild

Beasts of the Wild

Lions and tigers and bears - oh my! Exploring majestic beasts in their natural habitats.

Michy Morales9 hours ago
Deep Sea Creatures from Hell
As many of you know the oceans cover 70% of our planet, but most do not realize that we have only discovered about 5% of that. There are many dark and dangerous things left to explore and discover. As...
Sarah Phillips4 days ago
Close Encounters of the Red Kind
I've been trying to get more creative with my gift giving over the last 18 months. It hasn't been easy. Recently, when my Darling Dad turned 75, I avoided all the books, chocolates and monogrammed pen...
25 Facts About Cheetahs
Fact #1 Another name for a cheetah is Acinonyx Jubatus, which is the scientific name for it. Fact #2 There are about 7000 cheetahs in the wild and only about 6000 of them are mature. Fact #3 They are ...
Mikayla Walker13 days ago
Swimming With Sharks
Swimming with some of the ocean's scariest predators was always on my "to do" list, though, honestly, it's not something I thought would ever actually happen. It was one of those dreams that you'd tel...
Mikayla Walker14 days ago
Meeting Real Life Big Cats
So as most children will tell you, big cats are the BEST wild animals EVER because they're just so big and scary and fast and... You get my drift. Well if you've ever really wondered what the experien...
Rich Monetti18 days ago
The Wolf Conservation Center Cries out for Understanding and the Wolf's Importance to the Environment
The Grey with Liam Neeson is a very entertaining film in which a group of plane crash survivors find themselves stranded in the territorial hunting grounds of a large, ferocious wolf pack. Ruthlessly ...
Laura Daykina month ago
Gharials - The Best of the Crocodile Grins!
The first successful breeding of gharials (Gavialis gangeticus) in Europe took place at Protivin Crocodile Zoo in the Czech Repulic this year, an incredible achievement—congratulations! Following this...
Corey Hurta month ago
Whales Should Not Be Held Prisoner
We take a sum of about ten to twenty dollars and pay our admission to the zoo to watch animals for our own entertainment. Many zoos encompass the United States and are often visited. We see and analyz...
Elizabeth Brandon2 months ago
Why You Should — and Shouldn't — Volunteer With Wildlife
I started volunteering with animals nearly a decade ago, when I became a member of “zoo team” at the San Antonio Zoo. Since then, I’ve volunteered with sharks, baboons, bears, pumas, and more in South...