This elusive critter has several secret hideaways where it can be spotted scurrying through the trees hiding nuts and seeds for the approaching winter 1. Brownsea Island The largest island in Poole harbour is Brownsea, and the entire island … Continued
The underwater phenomena with a species list so diverse it ranges from the harmless floating creatures of the ocean to life-threatening killing machines.
Honey bees are one of the most important species on the planet, but their future is in jeopardy
Crows and their relatives may be the smartest birds on Earth, and show behaviour that is comparable to great apes
Responsible for more human deaths than any other, this mammal is one of the planet’s deadliest. Here is our guide to avoiding a hippo attack.
Some people believe that koalas are able to get drunk on ‘a certain chemical’ found in the oil of eucalyptus leaves.
Have you ever wondered why cats and dogs are born blind but other animals are able to open their eyes and even walk after birth?
Japanese macaques, also known as snow monkeys, are famous in Japan for their unusual behaviour; they are the only primate that actively chooses to chill in the snow.
With their elongated necks and spindly legs, it’s easy to assume most activities are pretty awkward for a giraffe, so how does it manage to keep itself hydrated without collapsing?
For humans, eyelids are crucial for keeping our eyeballs clean and moist on dry land, but many animals have different solutions.
The Deep has welcomed six Fried-egg jellyfish, just in time to celebrate National Breakfast Week..
Komodo dragons are some of the most fascinating reptiles on Earth, but are these large dragons capable of delivering a venomous bite?
Sloths eat leaves with very little nutritional value; in fact, it takes up to a month for their food to digest. They eat just enough to store energy for the limited movements they make, but otherwise, there isn’t much leftover … Continued
Known as the unicorn of the sea, take a look at these awesome facts about everyone’s favourite whale!
A woodpecker pecks a tree at a speed of seven metres per second, which is 24 kilometres (15 miles) per hour.
We all love cats and it seems the world has gone cat mad. But just how much do we know about where they came from?
Discover how to avoid a hippo attack, meet the planet’s coolest amphibians and explore the wildlife of Majestic India in our latest issue. Here’s a sneak peak to highlight why you shouldn’t miss out! Did you know hippos kill almost 3,000 hippos each … Continued
From the dwarf to the caiman, discover all 23 species of crocodilians, some ginormous, some ferocious and some downright bizarre