Category: Nature

The American Kennel Club and the Continental Kennel Club provide registry services for purebred dog breeds. While both organizations serve the same purpose, they don’t typically employ the same guidelines. This article lays out the...
Many people would love to travel more but are afraid of leaving the comfort of their own homes and facing the scary world outside. There are a lot of things that cause fear and that...
Aside from their reproductive organs, what are the differences between a male and a female dog? Some people say female dogs behave better and that male dogs are better guards. Is this theory true? If...
Crabs are crustaceans and they live in either saltwater or freshwater environments. There are hundreds of species of crabs but among them, two are very popular commercially due to their sizes and the quality of...
A bobcat and a lynx are very similar-looking, medium-sized cats. Both look so much alike that it’s difficult to tell which one you’re looking at! This article seeks to highlight the main differences between these...
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...