Potoos Are Hauntingly Cute

This bird looks like a demon, but acts like a stick.

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Bighorn Sheep Have Bubble Wrap Brains

This is how Bighorns avoid getting concussions.

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Mudskipper: The Fish That Learned To Walk

This is one of the most fascinating and weirdest animals in the world, and one that sheds light on our own evolution. This is the Mudskipper.

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Banana Slugs Have 90 Times More Teeth Than A Great White Shark

Find someone who looks at you the way Danielle looks at Banana Slugs.

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Rattlesnakes: Audible Nope Ropes

Rattlesnakes are the deadliest snakes in the Americas.

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Grey Whale: The Knuckle Back Whale

These whales have the longest migration of all mammals, and we’re about to meet them on their journey.

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Japanese Spider Crab: The Original Kaiju

The Japanese Spider Crab is canonically twice as big as Charizard. Godzilla had better watch out.

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Scottish Wildcat: The Highlander Cat

With less than 50 in the wild, the Scottish Wildcat is the rarest cat in the world.

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Grizzly Bear: The Answer To Which Bear Is Best

No one can match the power of the greatest predator south of the arctic, the Grizzly Bear.

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Wapiti: When An Unstoppable Force Meets An Immovable Object

The King of the Canadian Rockies, the Wapiti, doesn’t have an easy life. When this Bull Wapiti is challenged by a younger male, we’ll finally get an answer to what happens when an unstoppable force meets and immovable object, and we have a front row seat.

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The Negative Implications of Marine Mammals Living in Captivity for Entertainment

SeaWorld has left a bitter taste in everyone’s mouth since 2013 when Blackfish, a documentary focused on the facility’s treatment of sea animals.    What is SeaWorld?  For those who are blissfully unaware, SeaWorld is a theme park known for its marine mammals; dolphins, orcas and sea lions. While they feature roller coasters and water-themed … Continued

Shark-fin Soup: A Delicacy That's Destroying Shark Populations

What is Shark Fin Soup? Shark fin soup is considered a delicacy in Chinese culture. It was first created by an emperor in the Sung Dynasty (AD 968), which is known as the golden era in Chinese history. This dish was created as a sign of the emperor’s wealth, power and generosity.  The soup can … Continued

Here's 5 Women from the World of Science Who Changed the Game

Hey Team Animalogic! Jess Keating here. I’ve been co-hosting Animalogic: Second Nature for a little while now, and it seemed high time to properly introduce myself. And what better way than to share something near and dear to my heart?  As a zoologist, author, and illustrator, I’m always happy to learn about remarkable women of … Continued

How Venom Destroys Your Insides

For many of us, spiders, snakes, and centipedes trigger an innate fear. While it may seem to be due to their often many legs, or lack thereof, deeper down the phobia comes from their venom.

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Basking Sharks Always Look Surprised

Basking sharks are real-life Leviathans – they’re the second-largest sharks in the world.

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These Animals Hunt in Packs

Pack hunting: when animals team up to hunt prey too large for an individual to catch.

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Moose are Absolute Units

The moose is a Canadian icon. Its gigantic size, chill attitude, and majestic antlers make it one of our most beloved animals, and we’re trying to find one.

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Frogfish Bite Faster Than You Can Blink

Frogfish ambush and swallow their prey in whole, all before they can even think “that’s no moon’.

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Centipedes: The Ultimate Nopes

Nothing quite makes you say ‘nope, nope, nope’ like a centipede.

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Spitters and Defensive Vomiters: Nature is Gross

For the ultimate survival strategy, these animals had to look within… to their vomit.

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Ticks: The Actual Worst

Ticks are blood-sucking parasites that feast on your body for up to a week. They’re the stuff of nightmares.

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Bloodsuckers: These Vampires Are Out For Blood

Hematophagy; the practice of drinking blood from another animal. These predators are vampires. – Check out Skillshare and get your first 2 months free: https://skl.sh/animalogic13

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These Parasites Make Real World Zombies

Chest bursting worms, brain-eating fungus, and castrating barnacles: the world of parasites is not great. Everyone give a warm welcome to Jess Keating, who will be co-hosting Second Nature with Danielle. Jess is zoologist-turned author and illustrator who writes all about animals. We’re really excited for her to join the team, and we hope you … Continued

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Manta Rays are Flat Sharks

Manta Rays are a fantastical animal, and due to their alien-looking appearance, they are a clear inspiration for a lot of science fiction.

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