We’re headed off to the Sahara Desert to spy on the world’s tiniest (and arguably, it’s cutest) little hunter. Let’s learn the secrets to surviving in the desert and explore the superpowers that nature has given to each of us, with help from the fennec fox!
While most would run away from a relentless raid of army ants, some critters have found clever ways to survive and thrive alongside them! The unusual tactics they employ—like pretending to be an ant butt—will give you a window of wonder onto the incredibly complex world we are a part of!
Is an ecosystem like a community? One beloved natural space was almost lost forever when it lost two of it's most important members, but here's how embracing their unique skills saved their home!
From giant one-toed kangaroos to marsupial hyper-carnivores, the first people to live in Australia encountered some WILD animals. Luckily, we can see what they saw in the ancient art they left behind! Here's what we've found.
How do we nurture our best relationships? Today's teachers may be tiny, but they've been pulling off beautifully mutually beneficial relationships for millions of years! And yes, they've even befriended their own cows.
What can something called "slime mold" have to teach us about our own special kind of genius? Well, this otherworldly organism is changing the way we think about what intelligence looks like!
Have you ever learned something new and then started seeing that thing everywhere? Well, you're about to experience this awe of discovery over and over again after this—with a creature you probably think you have all summed up!
What happened to the koalas that survived the fires in Australia earlier this year? This is not a story of sadness, but one that highlights the hope and goodwill of hundreds of thousands of people!
If you've ever watched a mother bird raise a nest of babies, you've probably wondered where they all go come fall. One feather has now answered our curiosity!
Sometimes you need a story of unlikely friendship to remind you that goodness is out there, kindness still exists, and that there is hope for the future. In this case, those reminders come in the form of a seagull.
There's a skill—an instinct that's millions of years old—that can assure your success in the future! It's not complicated to master, in fact, it's something we teach kindergartners and love our dogs for! Maybe we just need a refresher on ourselves...
When a nest of robins took up residence on this reporter's porch, she had more than a few questions for her new neighbors. One of those questions lead her down a rabbit hole of curiosity that you might just want to know the answer to as well!
You’re not alone in caring.
There is a wave of goodness and progress well underway, all around the world.