Category: Nature

When we think about small, furry, long-earned, and cuddly creatures, rabbits usually are top-of-mind. We see them in farms or pet stores. But when we notice rabbits in their natural environment, are we actually sure...
Did you know that a chrysalis and a cocoon are not the same? If this is not a surprise to you, great! But if this fact surprised you, don’t worry. You are not the only...
For most us, we’d most likely come across these big fishes on TV, except maybe on our dinner table. So, keep on reading if you need to know more about these magnificent sea-dwelling creatures. Summary...
People associate locusts with plagues and massive agricultural farm damage while grasshoppers spur childhood memories of playing in the field and Jiminy Cricket. However, these critters are basically the same except for one major detail....
Have you ever wondered what makes those chirping noises in your backyard? Those sounds are actually some insects’ means of communication. Among the insects that stridulate (sing or chirp) are crickets and the grasshoppers. These...
A popular household pet that originated in Central Australia, a bearded dragon is a type of lizard that typically lives in desert lands, shrublands, and woodlands. All bearded dragons are born with prominent female characteristics,...
The Olde English Bulldogge and the English Bulldog bear distinct similarities, but they are far from being interchangeable. This article provides information on the differences between these two popular dog breeds. Summary Table Olde English...
The Bullmastiff and the English Mastiff are popular breeds under nearly the same lineage. However, despite their noticeable similarities, they bear a lot of differences. This article draws the line between these two breeds. Summary...
The English Labrador and the American Labrador may bear similarities, but their differences are far from being purely geographical. Even though there is no official distinction between the two, they have a unique set of...
Bees may be small, but that does not mean they are unimportant. They play a significant role in our lives although we may not always see them in action. Bumblebees and carpenter bees are two...