Here’s a little playful golden snub-nosed monkey to brighten your day! Taken by Photographer Mogens Trolle in the Qinling Mountains, Shaanxi Province of China, the beautiful blue face and orange fur are completed by the snarky pink tongue sticking out.
Taken in Yellowstone National Park in the USA, photographer Tom Murphy braved the harsh conditions at 35 below zero in order to capture this magnificent shot.
To many people, riding your bike is a no brainer. It is how you get around town, it’s your favorite form of exercise and it’s something you couldn’t do without. To others, riding a bike isn’t their first go-to activity. However, since May is National Bike Month, we wanted to go over why riding your […]
Like an underwater bouquet of flowers, the Lion’s Mane jellyfish (also known as cyanea capillary) looks so colorful in this image from photographer Alexander Semenov.
Sometimes you need a friend to help carry you some of the way, and that’s exactly what was captured in this video of two seagulls.
The Río Tinto river in the Sierra Morena mountains of southwestern Spain is known for its red and orange color due to an extremely acidic chemical composition which contains high levels of iron and heavy metals. This area has been the source of approximately 5,000 years of ore mining, including copper, silver, gold, and other […]
The ‘fighting dinosaurs’ is known as one of the most famous dinosaur fossil discoveries found in Mongolia in 1971. Preserved forever in battle, the Velociraptor has sunk its foot claw into the neck of the Protoceratops which is fighting back with a bite to the arm. Scientists speculate as to how this can occur from […]
With this image that looks straight out of a superhero movie, we can only assume some great heavenly battle is taking place as a lightning bolt crashes dramatically against a rainbow. .
At first glance you might think this is a gloved-hand holding a stuck, but this close-up picture of a Tobacco Hornworm caterpillar’s feet by Tonya Wilhelm gives us a clear view of the suction cup-like structures to help it cling to branches and vegetation. .
As part of a campaign publicizing the threat of climate change and its effects on the Maldives, Maldivian President Mohamed Nasheed presided over the world’s first underwater cabinet meeting on October 17th, 2009, off the island of Girifushi with the meeting participants underwater in scuba diving gear. .