Coffee coffee coffee chameleon! A close-up look at the eye turrets of a panther chameleon. Photo by Paul Bratescu.
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.
Photographer Tom Mangelsen captured this king penguin and Antarctic fur seal in the middle of a heated chest bump. This funny image was one of the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards of 2019.
We like to imagine this Wildebeest migration in Kenya is just nature’s pool party!
The Tasmanian tiger may live once again as scientists attempt to resurrect the species that went extinct in 1936! This week on The Biofriendly Podcast we discuss the ‘de-extinction’ of species like the thylacine, the woolly mammoth, and even the Christmas Island rat. What does this mean for our environment, does Dr. Ian Malcolm / Jeff Goldblum have a say in it, and did the podcast transform into a radio play?
As this alligator prepares to climb on board a boat, it appears as though he is seated at a dinner table ready to be served food.
This colorful Indian bullfrog looks like it has a gas mask on.
A team of scientists recently developed a biodegradable paper battery created with the help of 3D printing, so this week on The Biofriendly Podcast we discussed a few environmental pros and cons of this new technology. How does 3D printing work, what are the more sustainable options, and why do we need to ignore the movie Armageddon if we conquer space?
The Great Barrier Reef recorded the highest amount of coral cover in nearly four decades and it’s time to celebrate the win! This week we dive deep into the ocean to see who is helping the coral, who is hurting the coral, and what does dolphin poo have to do with it all?
Is this Philippine sailfin lizard saying hello to the butterfly or is that ‘sup’ a reference to supper? We assume the latter.