In a never-before-seen Halloween special, The Biofriendly Podcast reads The Legend of Sleepy Hollow with a unique twist: every new scene must include a completely improvised section that transforms the classic tale into an environmental story! You don’t want to miss this laugh-out-loud improv game where Washington Irving’s words take on a whole new meaning! Happy Halloween!
At first glance it might look like the oblivious gray heron is about to be this hippo’s supper, but a clever forced perspective by photographer Jean-Jacques Alcalay reveals that the heron is actually riding on the back of another hippo.
As the Halloween series of episodes continue, we’ve dedicated this week’s Biofriendly Podcast to our fascinating eight-legged friends. Spiders are crucial to our environment so we share some of their history with spooky season, why some consider them to be good luck, and if you’re not careful they may just run off with your family.
Award-winning photographer Zhayynn James captures an up-close and personal stare down from a beautiful tiger.
Have you ever sensed a supernatural presence or felt chills running down your spine? This week on The Biofriendly Podcast we discuss the ways our imagination runs wild at the thought of paranormal activity, how these creepy occurrences may have some scientific explanations, and did we discover that ghosts are sexy?
Owls can rotate their necks a maximum of 270 degrees without breaking blood vessels or tearing tendons, which makes for pretty intimidating looks.
From vampire bats to lurking black cats, Halloween has a handful of animals that surround the spooky season. On this week’s Biofriendly Podcast we say ‘Nevermore!’ when it comes to silly superstitions, share some fun animals facts, and explain why you need a rice crispies group of friends.
Coffee coffee coffee chameleon! A close-up look at the eye turrets of a panther chameleon. Photo by Paul Bratescu.
As the U.S. Southeast faces yet another hurricane, we wanted to focus this week’s Biofriendly Podcast on the improvements we’ve made over the years when facing these storms. Join us as we discuss hurricane preparedness, what our greatest sense might be, and why we can all get along despite what we read on the internet.
Why do we feel like we’re in trouble? These Gelada baboons, also known as the ‘bleeding-heart monkey’ have fatty sitting pads that are perfect for sitting in the Ethiopian Highlands.