This article examines the deadly Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake. It provides an analysis of the snake's behavioral traits, characteristics, and overall venom toxicity.
Shoebill storks, or shoebills, have a huge and very impressive bill. The animal's unusual features make it a unique bird. Its population is classified as vulnerable.
Orangutans are endangered, mainly because their rainforest habitat is being replaced by oil palm plantations. We can help the animals in multiple ways.
Slow lorises are intriguing animals and the only venomous primates. They need our help. A protein in the venom closely resembles an allergenic protein in cat dander and saliva.
This article provides an in-depth analysis of the highly venomous Black Mamba; one of the deadliest and most aggressive snakes in the world.
Learn interesting facts about the behavior of the blue jay, view pictures, and learn how to keep this bully away from your bird feeder.
This articles examines the deadly and highly venomous, Inland Taipan. It provides an analysis of the snake's behavioral traits, characteristics, and venom toxicity.
A two-faced animal is one individual. The disorder is known as disprosopus or craniofacial duplication. Cats with two faces are called Janus cats. Frank and Louie was a famous example.
The Nilgiri tahr is an endangered animal native to India, where they compete for food, risk loss of habitation, poached for their meat, and die due to disease.
See pictures to help you identify the male and female Rose-breasted Grosbeak, plus learn facts about its migration and behavior.
In winter, the Narcisse Snake Dens contain the world's largest concentration of red-sided garter snakes. The reptiles are non-venomous and are sometimes kept as pets.
The northwestern crow is an intelligent and interesting bird. Canuck is a wild but semi-tame member of the species in Vancouver who voluntarily associates with humans.
Fishing cats are wild animals that feed primarily on fish and are at ease in water. Unfortunately, their population is in trouble due to habitat destruction.
This article explores the 10 most dangerous snakes in the United States and Canada. It analyzes each of the chosen snakes through an analysis of their venom toxicity, level of aggression, and overall threat to humans.
The aye-aye is a lemur with some bizarre features. Its very thin and long third finger is used for tap foraging and its hidden pseudothumb probably acts as a sixth digit.