wild animals

Animals the way nature intended it; explore the world of wild animals and the controversies surrounding domestication and hunting of feral beasts.

Jenna Deedy11 days ago
Toddler Company Targets Parents with Anti-Zoo Propaganda
Munchkin is a company that is known for making products made for everyday use for toddlers that was first established in 1991 after it’s founder Steven B. Dunn was surprised by the lack of “creative” ...
Eli Sooker24 days ago
Review of 5 Common Types of Traps: Predator-Free New Zealand
Introduction Predator-Free 2050 is an initiative to help restore New Zealand's native biodiversity by eliminating three types of introduced predators: rats, stoats, and possums. These pests are considered the most damaging of all introduced predators. As much of New Zealand's wildlife has evolved to avoid native predators such as eagles, our species tend to be ground-dwelling, but this makes them vulnerable to introduced predators. See the video above to learn more. If you're keen to join the ma...
Emily Christysona month ago
Flipping the Script on Sharks
Shark Week is upon us, which inevitably brings out the shark fan in even your least-expecting friends. Even those that could not care less about marine life indulge in some aspect of Shark Week, be it...
Pierre Roustana month ago
3 Viral Videos Proving Spiders Are Still Scary as Hell
We have no doubt the insect world teems with unsettling images, at least when you're up close or deep in the dirt. But spiders? Hell, you see those monsters in the corner of your bedroom! And forget t...
Lisa LaRue-Bakera month ago
Civil War in the Rainforest - Two Primate Groups in the Great Conflict
Every single piece of the ecosystem is important and precious. Every plant, insect, germ, animal and man. Do we really separate ourselves from animals as in "man and beast?" "Humans and animals?" That...
Dr. Williamsa month ago
Great White
Terror strikes fast and swift, leaving a wake of blood after these predators of the deep. I guess it was the movie Jaws that truly awakened everyone to just how terrifying, and yet so misunderstood Gr...
Jenna Deedya month ago
New Female Calf in J-Pod Brings Hope to the Southern Resident Orca Population
In May, researchers based at the Center for Whale Research sighted a newborn calf off the coast of Tofino, Washington. At the time, the calf, who was later determined to be a healthy female, was seen ...
Dion Wallace2 months ago
Wolf Run at Wallace Ranch and Sanctuary
A typical day here at the ranch is filled with a calm country setting and our beautiful rescues. Our life has taken a path into the old ways of life. We live off the grid on 280 acres of beautiful mou...
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Alyssa Glasgow3 months ago
Aquatic Research
I know many people believe in their own conspiracy theories; there is one specific one I happen to find very interesting and that is the topic about proving the species of Megalodon still exists. I ha...
Paul Conneally3 months ago
The Return of the Grizzled Skipper
Being a butterfly in these days of climate change and air pollution is not easy. There has been a steady decline in butterfly numbers across the UK over the last twenty years or more. One or two species do well as the average temperature increases and with it their range too increases. Others, the majority, find it tough. How can we help them? There are things we can do to help beyond protesting against climate change. We can put our activism into action through volunteering and supporting cause...
Paisley Hansen3 months ago
Eight Animals That Are Not Home-Friendly
While many people enjoy having pets in their home, not all animals are meant for domestic purpose. There are some that should be left in the wild. These are eight animals that you do not want in your ...
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Katherine Caruso3 months ago
The Wise Old Owl
There was a wise old owl fidgeting in a tree—making a nest for her and her babies to rest. This wise old owl always stared at me from the tree, almost deciding if she could trust someone like me. Late...
Felecia Burgett4 months ago
Wolves Are in Danger... Again
The US Fish and Wildlife Service is currently fighting to strip all protections from the gray wolf throughout the entire country. The gray wolf was officially listed as endangered in 1974 (one year af...
Summer Patterson4 months ago
Hunters Become the Hunted
There are many hunters that inhabit the world. In and out of the ocean, and all over. They're everywhere. Ensuring the world isn't overran by population inflation, every predator has a part to play, a...
Adrian Marin4 months ago
South Chinese Tiger
Of the six remaining tiger subspecies on earth (Amur/Siberian, Bengali, Indochinese, Malayan, South Chinese, and Sumatran), the South Chinese Tiger is the most endangered. In fact, it has not been see...
Fin Shepard5 months ago
Sharks Aren't Scary
The issues that fishing bring to the shark population have gotten out of control, endangering a species that is vital to the ocean’s ecosystem. Sharks have been around far longer than humans and have ...
Jenna Deedy5 months ago
Fredi: A Tribute to a Rescued Pilot Whale
On Saturday, April 6th, 2019, Fredi, a short-finned pilot whale who has lived at SeaWorld Orlando since she was first rescued as a calf, died after she living under the facility’s care for eight years...
Jenna Deedy5 months ago
Dear San Diego, Thank You for Saving Pandas
Last week, officials at the San Diego Zoo announced that Bai Yun, a 27-year-old giant panda matriarch and her six-year-old Xiao Liwu, will return to their native China by the end of April. For more th...