There's absolutely no reason for you not to own these massive, lifelike gorilla slippers, made from found and recycled materials.
Bird Buddy is a smart bird feeder that recognizes your feathered visitor, and lets you snap a crisp, in-focus photo of them, for once.
Let’s see: Ancient, egg-laying, poisonous, web-footed, beaver-tailed and duck-billed. It’s got to be the Platypus, and it’s got to be one of the strangest animals on earth. Here’s a bit …
The New York Times has a great photo essay showcasing Sweden in its full spring and summer glory.
Montreal's Biodôme Shows How to Properly Retrofit Former Olympic Venues.
When we first heard of NOSEiD, we thought it was a late April Fools' day joke.
Our hero, David Attenborough has a new show released for Earth Day on Netflix, entitled Life in Color.
In this poignant and tragic short film The Beauty, we see ocean scenes where the sea life is becoming the plastic that pollutes it.
There are seven species of sea turtles in our oceans, and nearly half of them are endangered, at risk of going extinct in the next decade.
We can picture these handsome and charming illustrations framed in a children’s bedroom, adorned with their distinctive stars. The work of El Salvador-based artist Steve Aparicio, there’s a gentleness to …
Instead of using pesticides to control snails and bugs that would ravage their vines, the Vergenoegd vineyard in South Africa employs a veritable army of ducks.
The range of strange, inaccurate, and downright hilarious interpretations of lions in the Middle Ages is worth a chuckle.
Though artist Tomáš Libertíny made the frame of this spectacular Nefertiti sculpture, it was honeybees who took it to a new, wondrous level.
Indeed, the Northern White Rhino is effectively extinct in the world, save for a mother and daughter named Najin and Fatu, who are under 24/7 security in Kenya.
In a daring and complicated rescue, nonprofit groups used a specialized barge to float endangered giraffe to safety.
Scottish collage artist and illustrator Lola Dupree has a tremendously clever eye, and her creatures and photo manipulations sometimes have twelve eyes or more.
Barbara Franc creates lifelike, inquisitive animal sculptures out of found objects and materials.
Some of Lisa Lloyd's exquisitely detailed creations use more than 4,000 individual bits of paper to makeup their designs.
Self taught visual artist Andreas Lie is based in Norway, and has made a name for himself through stunning double exposure photography. We love his work so much, we have …
Some amazing entrants into this year's Small World photomicrography competition, which focuses on miniature items that pack a huge visual punch.
These vintage animal illustrations look straight out of a classic natural history book. But look closer, there's a twist.