You can huff and you can puff, but you ain’t going to blow this house down. Balancing on a rock in the middle of the Drina River in Serbia, this house has been pounded by floods and high winds – surviving everything nature could throw at it for 45 years. The idea for it came
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Drop everything you hold and get the hell out now. From the first episode of Africa, the BBC’s latest nature documentary.
Breathtaking…Not only have I learned even more that Earth is rapt with beauty unchallenged, I have also learned that baby cheetahs are adorable when they yawn. A compilation of incredible clips showing Earth from every possibly amazing place in the planet. Crank up the volume and enjoy. [Cheers gizmodo]
Who would have known you could turn a dead, dried up leaf into a work of art? I usually step on them, but artist Lorenzo Durán collects, then cuts intricate illustrations from dried leaves. And yes he even does custom work, so shoot him an email and get some creepy halloween themed leaves this year.
I was recently on a fishing trip on the west coast and nearly crapped my pants when I experienced my first ‘real life’ encounter with a humpback whale… yes I get excited easily, but I swear I heard it growl or maybe just its stomach growling. Although the whale wasn’t as close as these whales,
We have seen this done before, but not quite as well. For the past twelve years, California-based photographer Jean-paul Bourdier has made countless expeditions into the deserts of the American West to photograph and artistically address the poetic relationship between the human body and the awe-inspiring landscape. His first book Bodyscapes (2007) contained vibrant creative
Mottephobia is the fear of moths… When they get to this size they start to become more than a nuisance. The Atlas moth, or Attacus atlas, claims the title of the world’s biggest moth. Its total wing surface area can measure a whopping great 400 centimetres square (62 square inches) and greater. The wings have
This is a very rare glimpse into the Elephant Hawk Moth (deilephila elpenor) caterpillar mimicking a snake. When startled, the caterpillar draws its trunk into its foremost body segment. This posture resembles a snake with a large head and four large eye-like patches. Once it reaches adulthood, the caterpillar morphs into a colourful moth, and