Itsy bitsy hooray! | Green Wings Award
We decided that this enthusiastic, colorful spider cheering you would be the perfect winner of our Green Wings Award this month! Source unknown. Please feel free to contact us if you know the original source of this video.
Shallowtail caterpillars mimicking snakes. Wow, nature is just amazing!
The flying gurnard (Dactylopterus volitans) is sweeping up the ocean floor!
What Sea Monster Is This?
Could this be actual footage of the Loch Ness monster? What creature will emerge from the water? Wait and see!
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.
Sheep Upkeep | Green Wings Award
We can’t help but laugh at this poor sheep getting rescued… only to dive right back into the crevice! Of course we feel bad for the little guy, but we all know people are similar and often fall for the same repeated mistakes. That’s why we can’t resist bestowing our beloved Green Wings Award to […]
Eye of a Gray Whale
This incredible moment was captured by Instagram user, Mike Nulty, when he made eye contact with a majestic gray whale. These moments of stillness and calm are essential when appreciating our beautiful blue planet. .
Sea Lion Hugs | Green Wings Award
Take a look at this cute video of a diver getting a big hug from a sea lion. We love the moment when the sea lion backs up for a moment and puts a fin on the diver’s face, so that’s why we had to make this the winner of our Green Wings Award! Source […]
Malayan Leaf Frog
Imagine walking near a pile of leaves when suddenly these little fellas jump in front of your path. These are Long-Nosed Horned Frogs, also known as the “Malayan horned frog” or “Malayan leaf frog,” a species of frog found in the rainforest areas of southern Thailand and Peninsular Malaysia to Singapore, Sumatra and Borneo.
Spider-Tailed Horned Viper
Although it looks like an anxious spider pacing back and forth, you are looking at the unique tail of the spider-tailed horned viper (Pseudocerastes urarachnoides). The tail tip is waved around and used to lure insectivorous birds to within striking range. Talk about nightmare fuel!