In a herd of swans, be a duck! Taken in the Altai Republic, Russia by Eugene Mazurin.
This week on The Biofriendly Podcast we welcomed Spencer Plumb from the National Forest Foundation to talk about the importance of natural fires, how trees are the OG carbon capture technology, and sometimes you have to save the world with the power of Excel spreadsheets!
Where the sand dunes meet the dry lake bed of Deadvlei in Namibia taken by photographer, Konsta Punkka.
This spiral-horned antelope known as the Lowland Nyala looks like a combination of five different animals put together.
It looks as though the sky is exploding, but this amateur photograph taken by Laura Rowe was a real storm over West Texas.
Fantastic dance audition by this squirrel… 10 out of 10! Great jazz paws.
This owl’s camouflage with this tree is absolutely amazing!
By now you’ve probably heard about the ransomware hack of the Colonial Pipeline which seized hundreds of millions of gallons of fuel in the USA, but did you know that the cybercrooks behind everything felt pretty bad about it? This week, Noel and Jacob talk about what happened to the pipeline, what this means for our energy grid, and that the apocalypse will revolve around toilet paper!
Emperor tamarins found in areas of Brazil could actually be the real Lorax?!
The Socotra Dragon Tree or Dragon Blood Tree looks straight out of The Legend of Zelda. This Dragon Tree is native to the Socotra archipelago part of Yemen.