Helping Out River Otters

River otters are adorable members of the weasel family.  With a sleek body and tail, short legs, webbed feet and waterproof...

Meet the Miraculous Murre… and our Super Scientist Emily Choy!

Meet the Miraculous Murre… and our Super Scientist Emily Choy!

Animals on Low Power Mode: Winter Edition

Not sure how you’re going to be able to survive the cold? Look no further than nature for some inspiration! Check out these animals that power down every winter to save energy.

Ever heard of Electric Hornets?

Yes, it's true. There actually are electric hornets! But don’t worry; these insects won’t be shocking anyone anytime soon.

Animals on Low Power Mode: Summer Edition

Saving energy is an important way to help slow down climate change, but it isn’t always easy. If you’re looking for some inspiration to...
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Scientists Saving Songbirds

Hear how some amazing scientists are teaming up to protect a beautiful songbird with a scary sounding nickname, the butcherbird
polar bear in water

Polar Bears Have Clear Hair, So Why Do They Look White?

We asked some of our top scientific minds to answer this tough question.
arabian oryx

The Arabian Oryx Revival Tour!

This large antelope has an amazing conservation success story to tell, from being extinct in the wild to 1000 strong!
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Tree Loving Kangaroos

Hop along with the Goodfellow’s Tree Kangaroo into the rainforests of Papua New Guinea
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Catching up with a Kakapo

The Kakapo may look like a regular bird, but there are several features that make it unique. Find out why this New Zealand native is so different.