The town of Dudinka, Russia recently had a pretty major burst water pipe during a cold snap. The leak was left unattended, which I suppose is fair enough, you don’t want a total soaking when it’s freezing.
One things for sure, modern life is complicated. There’s a load of stuff that we use each and every day that we hardly even notice anymore.
Gyandromorphs are animals which have done a genetic woopsie whilst building their bodies and accidentally made part of themselves male and part female.
Woodpecker The Physiologus is an ancient text, written somewhere between the 1st and 4th centuries AD.
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The Emei moustache toad or Taosze spiny toad (Leptobrachium boringii) is found in the Sichuan, Guizhou, and Hunan provinces of China. They only breed in slow-flowing streams surrounded by forest, cultivated fields, and grassland.
Haley Morris-Cafiero‘s Wait Watchers are a series of photos designed to punch a hole in those punching holes.
Jean Bourdichon (1457 or 1459 – 1521) was a miniature painter and manuscript illuminator at the court of France between the end of the 15th century and the start of the 16th.
Emma Fay has an impressive talent. It’s a bit odd and perhaps not all that useful (that’s a bit rich coming from me), but it certainly is a skill.
Nick Bay has been photographing insects for many years and has honed his craft: he manages to make creepy crawlies look… dare I say it… beautiful.
Known as the trilobite beetle, or trilobite larva, the genus Platerodrilus are a funny looking bunch.
I’ve become quite fascinated with China recently. I couldn’t tell you exactly why, it’s just sort of crept up on me.
Lake Baikal sits proud and alert in wintery Siberia, and as lakes go it’s a mighty impressive chap, earning itself the nickname “the Pearl of Siberia”.
I don’t know why no one has bothered to tell me this before, but in 2013 a life-size model of Tyrannosaurus Rex was installed atop the platform of Compagnie des Bateaux-Mouches by the River Seine in Paris, France.
Snakes and spiders are almost unanimously feared amongst all disparate populations of earth. In England and other cooler climbs our fear is wasted energy, but for many who dwell in the warmer sections of the world that fear is justified, those things can kill, or at least hurt.
Although Photoshopping someone into different situations isn’t a new thing, the following images prove that it can still be rip-roaringly funny.
This video really put the willies up me good and proper. There’s a chap sitting in a chair in the woods with a gun, that’s pretty scary on its own, but that’s not why this clip is scary.
Panellus stipticus, Mt. Vernon, Wisconsin (long exposure) Foxfire is nothing to do with foxes or fires, just to get that straight from the start.
The Mars Curiosity rover sends back to earth amazing images of Mars’ barren landscapes. It’s difficult not to feel amazed as you stare at crystal clear images of a land more than 30 million miles away.
You don’t get to see these weirdos in real life too often, not because they’re from an alien planet, but because they live in the deep and are rarely caught by fishermen.