As far as population genetics is concerned, gorillas are considered by scientists as one of the few species of great apes that are closely related to humans. What are great apes by the way?… Read More
This article aims to cover important koala questions, such as: What do koalas eat? What do koalas look like? What do baby koalas eat? Do koalas eat bamboo? What do koalas drink? Where do koa… Read More
What do frogs eat? Almost every kid in the world when given half a chance to bring a frog home as a pet will stuff it in their pocket and bring it home to surprise mom and dad. If you’… Read More
To describe beetles on a very artistic manner, you would probably go with ‘the biggest insect in a shining armor’. Often seen in trees and shrubs, beetles come with apples and pe… Read More
The ladybug or ladybird beetle is one of the most popular insect all over the world. It is familiar because of its polka-dotted body covering and its association with the springtime. But did… Read More
There are hundreds of species of turtles all across the world. While some turtle species are appropriate to be reared as pets, others can grow very large and weigh up to several hundreds of… Read More
Possums have adapted well to the expansion of human population. Dense urban environments bring an abundance of shelter as well as food sources. They are also sometimes referred to as Opossum… Read More
Polar bears are among the largest carnivores in the world. They live in the Arctic usually on sea ice at the edge of pack ice. This is the best location for the bears to hunt and capture sea… Read More
Earthworms can be found almost anywhere where there is moisture and decaying material. They have no arms or legs. There are approximately 2700 kinds of worms in the world. There can be a lar… Read More
Elephants are the largest terrestrial animals that exist in the world. Only whales are larger however as we all know they live in the ocean. There are two types of elephants. They are the Af… Read More
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