Remember the rusty-spotted cat? It is the world’s smallest big cat. Now, there is another spotted cat that is on the opposite end of the spectrum: the world’s tallest living domestic cat.
Having a dog in your life truly is a blessing. Dogs can be there for you when you feel alone, they can make you happier and less stressed. They encourage you to move every day and can even help you meet some new people, who also like dogs!
I am sure you have heard and/or seen the notorious mantis shrimp. This infamous carnivorous marine crustaceans are not actually a mantis or a shrimp, but of the stomatopods order.
Subway sandwich is a foot-long and so is American football. You know what else is also a foot-long? Goldfish. That’s right. The aquatic animals that people keep as pets. That goldfish.
Many of us cruise through our day-to-day life, oblivious to the goings-on beneath the floors and in the wall cavities of our home. Our houses are not only home to us but provide shelter for a host of tiny creatures. You are not alone! Here are 5 creepy crawlies that share your home with you.
When I saw this report. I knew I had to post this. Why? Because, that has been a question in my mind since I was a teen. I mean, seeing how our pet feline friends can access more areas than fido does, it is a valid question. Imagine if a cat does rub his or …
What you see here are images of a rare yellow penguin. Wildlife photographer Yves Adams captured these images on a remote island in South Georgia. While the photographs were taken back in December 2019, Adams have only recently release the images.
Now, here’s a rather intriguing new study. There’s this thing or things known as “eyespots” on animals’ rear end, especially on preys. It is part of the evolution to deter predators from launching an attack from behind.
If you think the walking shark in B-grade movie Super Shark is ridiculous. Think again. Walking sharks are real and recently, scientists have discovered four new species of shark that walks.
What you see here is not a kitten that have lost its way in the woods. It is a rusty-spotted cat (scientifically known as Prionailurus rubiginosus) and rusty-spotted cat isn’t a feral cat or a domesticated cat; it belongs to the big cat family, or more correctly, the wild cat family. It is the world’s …