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Lady Fossa by Mike Wilson

Did you know? The modern mongoose and the fossa evolved from the same ancestor, which arrived on Madagascar about 21 million years ago. Learn more.

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Satanic leaf-tailed geckos are so metal.

Satanic leaf-tailed geckos are so metal.

Mirror mirror on the wall, who’s the prettiest peacock of them all?
By helenehoffman

Mirror mirror on the wall, who’s the prettiest peacock of them all?

By helenehoffman

Scientists explain the orangutan’s unique approach to problem solving with this example: If a chimpanzee is given an oddly shaped peg and several different holes to try to put it in, the chimp immediately tries shoving the peg in various holes until it finds the correct hole. But an orangutan may stare off into space or even scratch itself with the peg. Then, after a while, it offhandedly sticks the peg into the correct hole while looking at something else that has caught its interest.
Photo by Bob Worthington

Scientists explain the orangutan’s unique approach to problem solving with this example: If a chimpanzee is given an oddly shaped peg and several different holes to try to put it in, the chimp immediately tries shoving the peg in various holes until it finds the correct hole. But an orangutan may stare off into space or even scratch itself with the peg. Then, after a while, it offhandedly sticks the peg into the correct hole while looking at something else that has caught its interest.

Photo by Bob Worthington

Are you the chilled out koala, the feisty Tasmanian devil, the hard-working wombat, or the spry tree kangaroo? Take the quiz and find out which Australian animal you are.

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We admit that we are like apes, but we seldom realize that we are apes. - Richard Dawkins
Photo by Bob Worthington

We admit that we are like apes, but we seldom realize that we are apes. - Richard Dawkins

Photo by Bob Worthington

Tatqiq got World Cup fever over the weekend.
By helenehoffman

Tatqiq got World Cup fever over the weekend.

By helenehoffman

Watch baby orangutan Aisha climb around and learn to use her teeth.

Even Galapagos tortoises enjoy watermelon in the summer. Watch the full video.

What are you lookin’ at?

What are you lookin’ at?

Lady Fossa by Mike Wilson

Did you know? The modern mongoose and the fossa evolved from the same ancestor, which arrived on Madagascar about 21 million years ago. Learn more.

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Fennec Fox by Debbie Beals

Fennec Fox by Debbie Beals

Satanic leaf-tailed geckos are so metal.

Satanic leaf-tailed geckos are so metal.

Mirror mirror on the wall, who’s the prettiest peacock of them all?
By helenehoffman

Mirror mirror on the wall, who’s the prettiest peacock of them all?

By helenehoffman

Emerald Tree Boa by Bob Worthington

Emerald Tree Boa by Bob Worthington

Scientists explain the orangutan’s unique approach to problem solving with this example: If a chimpanzee is given an oddly shaped peg and several different holes to try to put it in, the chimp immediately tries shoving the peg in various holes until it finds the correct hole. But an orangutan may stare off into space or even scratch itself with the peg. Then, after a while, it offhandedly sticks the peg into the correct hole while looking at something else that has caught its interest.
Photo by Bob Worthington

Scientists explain the orangutan’s unique approach to problem solving with this example: If a chimpanzee is given an oddly shaped peg and several different holes to try to put it in, the chimp immediately tries shoving the peg in various holes until it finds the correct hole. But an orangutan may stare off into space or even scratch itself with the peg. Then, after a while, it offhandedly sticks the peg into the correct hole while looking at something else that has caught its interest.

Photo by Bob Worthington

Are you the chilled out koala, the feisty Tasmanian devil, the hard-working wombat, or the spry tree kangaroo? Take the quiz and find out which Australian animal you are.

(Source: wf-site.com)

We admit that we are like apes, but we seldom realize that we are apes. - Richard Dawkins
Photo by Bob Worthington

We admit that we are like apes, but we seldom realize that we are apes. - Richard Dawkins

Photo by Bob Worthington

Tatqiq got World Cup fever over the weekend.
By helenehoffman

Tatqiq got World Cup fever over the weekend.

By helenehoffman

Watch baby orangutan Aisha climb around and learn to use her teeth.

Even Galapagos tortoises enjoy watermelon in the summer. Watch the full video.

What are you lookin’ at?

What are you lookin’ at?

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