If you’re a bug, then you have much to fear. Predators are everywhere. One scary predator in particular is the assassin bug. The name may sound a bit overkill, but these killers are quite skilled at their art of attacking unsuspecting prey and injecting a concoction of
Archive October 2019
There are many types of finches in the world. One finch in particular has gained the macabre taste for blood! Meet the vampire finch. The Galápagos Islands are known for their 15 species of finches, which inspired Charles Darwin to write the theory of evolution. This bird has gained
When the satanic leaf-tailed gecko was first discovered in Madagascar, in 1888, George Albert Boulenger described these amazing geckos as “mythical”. The camouflage abilities of these critters is incredible and helps them stay out of the view of predators. Unfortunately,
With 15 pairs of long, spindly, fast moving legs, the house centipede is enough to send shivers down the spines of anyone who fears bugs and other general creepy crawlies. These centipedes are not all that bad though and actually help to get rid of other pests in the home.
Looking like a small, ticked off bear, but actually the largest member of the weasel family, it’s the wolverine. They prefer life in the arctic and subarctic regions of North America, Canada, Northern Europe, Russia, and Siberia. Wolverines enjoy cold and snow filled boreal
The raven has been depicted in myths and legends throughout the ages as mysterious, ominous, foreboding, and even a foreshadowing of death or ill will. In some areas of the world though, the raven is a sign of good fortune. The famous author Edgar Allan Poe even wrote about