On Christmas Island, an Australian territory in the Indian Ocean, they have constructed a bridge for the red crabs to cross the road safely to migrate to their breeding grounds.
With a wink and a funny face, photographer Michele Bassavano was able to catch this female elk catching falling snow on her tongue.
It’s fun to imagine that this odd pair have become best friends instead of hunter and prey. We can picture the children’s book as this unlikely duo stroll along side by side.
After camping out for several days in the Kabini Forest in India, photographer Mithun H caught this spectacular moment when male black panther Saaya perfectly shadowed his leopard partner, Cleopatra.
Now this ornament is one of a kind! Somewhere near Adelaide in Australia, Amanda McCormick awoke to find a live koala climbing her Christmas tree. She quickly phoned a local wildlife rescue called 1300Koalaz, and thankfully they were able to release the juvenile female safely into the wild.
Animal lovers and pet parents can’t imagine life without their little furry buds. However, even as more families are welcoming pets into their homes, environmentalists are consistently raising concerns about the alarming growth in their pet’s carbon footprint. Studies indicate the meat ingredients in pet foods alone contribute close to 64 million tons of carbon […]
The image you see above is not an intentional artistic creation, but in fact an actual imprint left in the sand by a young Asian elephant named Anjan. Taken at the Chester Zoo in the UK, the zookeepers explained that elephants sleep on their sides for around four hours a night, which allows plenty of time to […]
As we all continue to adapt to life indoors, the planet is seeing less air pollution, clearer waters and wildlife returning to their habitats. On this week’s podcast, Noel and Jacob discuss the positive environmental changes from our quarantine and learn that Jacob knows everything about dolphins.
Friend of The Biofriendly Podcast, Steve Ryan, joins Noel and Jacob this week as he dials in from Melbourne, Australia to give a first-hand account of the dire situation Down Under as well as a ton of helpful information sent over by friends and family.
Homeowners are often aware of the superficial appeal of trees in their landscaping, but little more. While they appreciate the beauty of a flowering dogwood or a maple’s changing leaves, the value of dogwoods, maples, elms, sycamores and other common species isn’t purely aesthetic. These trees have a purpose. When you look past their vibrant […]