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Give it a Rest!

Humans aren’t the only ones who need a little shuteye. Check out these animals catching some Zs.

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What Kind of Bat Are You?

There are over 1,000 different species of bats! With so many species how do you choose a favourite? We've got you covered, take this quiz to find out

Which Great Bear Rainforest animal are you?

This Earth Month, we’ve learned about all the different types of bears that call the Great Bear Rainforest home. Did you know that there are tons of other

Take the Quiz: Are you ready to join our CFI team?

Do you have what it takes to be a smart shopper? Take this quiz and see if you can figure out what causes some products to have a

What jumping animal are you most like?

Animals have all sorts of different ways of moving around but for some, jumping is their favourite. Take this fun quiz to find out what jumping animal you’re

What Animal Ambassador Are You?

The Earth Rangers team is a wild bunch, we've got foxes, lemurs, a lynx and more! These amazing Animal Ambassadors visit schools and community events to

All About the Black-Tailed Prairie Dog

The black-tailed prairie dog is actually a large ground squirrel that spends much of its time in underground burrows. It’s very social and playful. It marks its territory

All About the Greater Short-Horned Lizard

The trained sniffer dog trots back and forth in a zigzag through an area of Grasslands National Park in southern Saskatchewan until he detects a scent. Then his

All About the Pacific Great Blue Heron

The Pacific great blue heron stands motionless in the water at Gulf Islands National Park Reserve as it scouts for fish to eat. After waiting patiently for a

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Adorable Video of Seal Pups Playing

In this video, diver Jason Neilus, along with some friends, head out into the waters off the coast of the Farne Islands, near Northumberland, England to play with

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