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Nature PBS released this enchanting footage of baby hares in the wilderness and we just can't get enough.
Tens of thousands of flamingos have flocked to Mumbai after India's nationwide lockdown left the city quieter than usual.
Clearer skies, quieter streets, and cleaner air are thought to have made the usually polluted city more attractive to birdlife.
According to Rahul Khot, an assistant director at the Bombay Natural History Society, It's not just the huge number of birds that are attracting attention - they have also spread to wetlands where they were previously a rarity. They are being reported from places where they have earlier been reported less in number because there is no human activity there now", he told CNN.
Illustrator and author Maja Säfström is known for her playful style of illustration based on her witty observations of the world around her. Based in Stockholm, she works full-time as an illustrator and runs her own shop in central Stockholm. In addition to witty illustrations, on her awesome Instagram page, there are also useful video tutorials on how to draw cute animals on your own.
Great way to pass the time while you're bored at home.
If you ever wondered what happens to all those animals in zoos and aquariums around the world which are now closing its gates to visitors... well, many of them are having the best time of their lives as the local staff is providing them with the opportunities to go on cool adventures.
We have already told you about the adorable penguins from the Shedd aquarium and now it's time for Birri, the lovely sea lion, who is also called the handsome boy by the employees at the Sea World in Australia.
The staff took Birri to meet his friends - the tropical fish, rays as well as other bottom-dwellers and documented it all in a video that quickly went viral.
We are so excited to see more of Birri's adventures.
The Black Sea Hare (Aplysia vaccaria) is the world's largest species of a sea slug and according to Wikipedia, is weighing up to 30 lbs and measuring over 3 feet long which is actually the size of a small dog. The monster-sized slug can be found in abundance along the Pacific Coast of the United States, where they come to shore to lay their eggs. The cool slug is named Sea Hare due to their rabbit ear looking appendages and considered a truly a primordial wonder of the ocean.
In this episode of "Beyond the Tide" by the brave wilderness channel, Coyote Peterson sets off with expert Aron Sanchez to the coast of the Pacific Ocean in San Pedro, California, in search of this awesome huge slug.
Sloths are our animal spirit. All they do all day is eating, sleeping and taking a bath once a week. But what made these creatures so low on energy? Kenny Coogan from TED ed explains the physical and behavioral mechanisms that led to their current official position as the slowest animals on earth.
You are probably all familiar with Animal Planet's show, "Too Cute!". The show allows its viewers a rare glimpse into the world of puppies and kittens with unprecedented footage and never-before-seen clips of the early lives of dogs and cats and the materials are just too cute! It is a world where cuddly knows no bounds and a place where fluffy reigns supreme.
And now, when social distancing forces us all to stay at home, the Channel announced they will air a 94-hour marathon of all this cute content in order to make these rough days so much easier.
And honestly, that is exactly what we need right now.
Dr. Kwene from California has been a veterinarian for over 20 years. One afternoon, he offered a free medical care for the pets of the homeless people in the southern California area and what was supposed to be a one-off experience became a wonderful nine-year mission that honored him lately with "the GoFundMe Hero of the Month for February 2020" title. Since he started this important life mission, he has helped approximately 400 animals.
"Look deep into nature and then you will understand everything better", Albert Einstein.
That's the motto of this twitter page, Life On Earth, which uploads daily videos showing the beauty of nature. We have gathered some great wildlife moments from all around the world.
People were amazed to discover the female blanket octopus who can grow 40,000 times the size of males and display their blanket when threatened. This particular octopus was filmed at night in the Lembeh Strait, Indonesia. According to National Geographic, "Blanket octopuses get their name from sheets of webbing that stretch between some of their arms. When threatened, they stretch their arms out, creating a blanket-like silhouette meant to frighten would-be attackers away."
On Valentine's Day, lovers who are eager to woo their partners show their affection with traditional gifts of red roses, heart-shaped boxes of chocolates or romantic dinners at fancy restaurants. But why settle for easier and safer options when you can go really wild? BBC Earth has collected a few examples of unusual and extreme courtship rituals in the animal kingdom.