When we think of polar bears, we automatically picture them in the Arctic, surrounded by snowy and icy landscapes. This image has been deeply ingrained in our minds that it’s hard to imagine these furry giants in any other environment. The North experiences changing seasons, too. And as summer arrives, polar bears come out and
Images of this heartwarming encounter between a man and an orangutan is currently making headlines all over the world. In the viral photo, the ape appeared to be extending a helping hand to a forest warden wading in a snake-infested river. An amateur photographer from Indonesia named Anil Prabhakar was there at the protected conservation
The family of the late Steve Irwin is continuing his legacy of saving wildlife by rescuing 90,000 animals, including those that have been victimized by the ongoing bushfires in Australia. Terri Irwin, Steve’s widow, together with their children, Robert and Bindi, own and run the Australia Zoo’s Wildlife Hospital. Over the last 16 years, the
There are three types of elephants in the wildlife—the Asian, the African Savannah, and the African forest. During the 20th century, their numbers started depleting due to the drastic effect of the ivory trade. The elephants have been in the wildlife for 15 million years and counting but because of illegal poaching it’s heartbreaking that
Everybody knows – and misses – Steve Irwin. Born in Melbourne, Australia on February 22, 1962, “The Crocodile Hunter” grew up on a wildlife park owned by his parents, now known as the Australia Zoo. His childhood greatly influenced the career path that he would be taking in the future, and he went on to
A Canadian photographer who captured a perfect image of a bald eagle gliding above the water feels “overwhelmed” with all the attention it was getting worldwide. Steve Biro snapped a photo of the bald eagle named Bruce during his recent visit at the Canadian Raptor Conservancy. As it swooped towards him over a pond, Steve
This incident where a family of lynx appeared on a man’s porch captured the attention of millions. The lynx is a solitary cat that dwells in the remote northern forests of North America, Europe, and Asia. They are long-legged and their bodies are covered with thick fur that protects them from the harsh winter cold.
Living in a modern society, it is undeniably true that the world continuously changes to be fully industrialized. In our desire to have a better quality of life humans have been exhausting natural resources. From wiping out the trees in the forests and mountains to poisoning waters flowing in river and the sea, we could