Last year, I was excited to see the Kihansi spray toad at the Bronx Zoo, as it was one of the few places it was possible to see them.
I had forgotten that there were some at the Chatanooga Zoo. The other place you can see them is the Toledo Zoo.
I haven’t been Toledo, which means that I’ve only seen two thirds of the global population of these little guys.
Yeah, you can’t find them in Kihansi anymore, just in zoos.
This fox thinks his sense of humor is his best feature, but no one notices because he lives in a an ear-obsessed world.
I am pretty sure this is actually a live-action cartoon of some sort.
Frog thinking about how, when capitalistic societies use currency as the one and only variable, it becomes impossible to combat injustices perpetrated by the rich and powerful as there are limits to both the amount of money that can be leveraged in opposition and on what harms money can cure.
They say that animals are more afraid of you than you are of them. This is not always true.
This snake is only afraid of a life poorly lived – having made no contribution to future generations, left no legacy, and been meaningless to everyone.