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.
An adorable turtle looks up to see a dragonfly landing on his nose. Is this the beginning of a new friendship or a quick bite to eat?
How can the flashing disco lights of the 1970s usher in a new era for our Earth? You’ll just have to listen and find out how on the latest episode of The Biofriendly Podcast. Whether it’s by sustainably fishing for scallops or protecting animals from predators, Noel and Jacob put on their dancing shoes and share all the ways we will be Stayin’ Alive!
Strutting along with purpose, this Black crake has a wide gait that could use a cool soundtrack.
Bald Eagle’s are known for their furrowed brow stare, and this one spotted in Sitka, Alaska is no exception with her piercing gaze.
The Black-tailed godwit is a large, long-legged, long-billed shorebird that measures 17 inches from bill to tail with a wingspan of 32 inches. This one appears to be having an existential crisis.