Where is that elephant? You’d think we’d be able to spot them easily, but it turns out they are pretty good at hiding.
An aerial photo of the Yana River basin, Sakha Republic in Russia taken in March 2021 by Sergey Anashkevitch.
We’ve all read the headlines about cows and how they release methane emissions that negatively effect the environment, but how did this even become an issue? This week on The Biofriendly Podcast we put a few cow myths out to pasture, discuss ways to eat less meat, and what is a fart backpack and how can we get one?
A family of three polar bears stand and look together at something in the distance. Instead of Goldilocks, this just might be Coldilocks frozen in a block of ice.
Photographer Paola Paris snapped this photo of a cow wandering far away from the herd to enjoy a snack and a scenic view from the Aran Islands in Galway, Ireland.
The U.S. Department of Energy says that for every 1 psi missing from your car’s set of 4 tires, you lose 0.1 percent of your gas mileage. (Every psi lost also means that tires wear 10% faster.) By properly inflating your tires, you can improve your gas mileage by 3.3%.
Nature can be playful as photographer Aaditya Bhat captured this coiled vine delivering a drop of water to this thirsty ant. Amazing to think of all the wonders happening just below our feet.
A macro view of the water-resistant feathers on a Loon, also known as Divers in other parts of the world. WIth blood red eyes and a beak sharp enough to pierce the heart of an attacker, Loons are beautiful aquatic creatures.
We are weeks away from Christmas, and whether you’re ordering online or braving the in-store madness, The Biofriendly Podcast has got a few ideas on how you can keep your holiday shopping green. So get your list ready as we walk through some sustainable choices, why planning is everything, and is Noel one of Sioux City’s most infamous gangsters from the 1920s?
What if Spider-Man grew up on a farm? The silky webs of millions of spiders drape across a field in a beautiful yet unsettling image of a meadow by photographer László Novák that was a finalist in the Natural History Museum’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year.