Fun fact: after the female lays eggs, the male guards them and keeps them moist with his urine
The courtship and bonding of these birds are critical, as the female must trust the male to provide her with everything when she is incubating and raising chicks
Has science gone too far? The Pacú (Piaractus mesopotamicus) does look like a bad photomontage but everything is genuine in this picture. This tropical fish originates from the Amazonian basin, like his cousin Pirhana. It feeds on crustaceans, algae, insects, roots and seeds: nothing is too good for its chompers!
I live in South America and like to climb on trees
This tribute is a way to thank the movie director for his films, which helped raise environmental awareness
Each night, you lose a pound of weight only by exhaling water and carbon dioxide.
Trident maple is often used to create bonsais because it produces ramifications very quickly
The ability to taste sweetness often gets lost in species of carnivores who do not eat sweet foods such as fruit
They are formed by the stretching of molten basaltic glass from lava, and named after the Hawaiian goddess of volcanoes
Every president with a beard in the US history has been a republican
Moreover, this stick insect can lay around 800 eggs a year
Its name is a combination of the first letters of the names Armstrong, Aldrin and Collins. It was first brought back in 1969 from Tranquility Base on the Moon.
This intermediate spiral Seyfert galaxy was nicknamed that way because of its appearance