The lone howl of a coyote sometimes announces that it has been separated from its pack. The pack will often emit group “yip howls” to call their lost member, which could explain the response the man in this video gets when he imitates their howl from deep within the forest.
She is very protective of her ducklings
Chased his tail right up a tree!
A 7-ft-wide home in London that was squeezed into a former driveway went on sale for £235,000. Note: this is not the narrowest house in London. Source
90% Nature 🌲🌿mostly nature
The amount of self promoting going on with this post is disgusting! This is a photographer with a blog and you guys just remove his information because you’re so desperate for followers. You all suck!
Big Basin Bridge by Kevin Russ (Don’t remove the source)
In these clips from BBC Two’s Super Senses, a tiny ostracod emits a bioluminescent chemical when eaten, forcing its predator to spit it out or risk being eaten itself.