The Grand Canyon in Arizona, USA is famous and is one of the seven wonders in the in the world. Located in the southwestern United states, the triangle of the Kaibab Plateau at the junction of northwestern Arizona with Utah and Nevada. Because the Colorado River flows through it, it Continue Reading
This young raccoon might be an expert climber many raccoons spend their first few months living in a nest in a tree hole. As adults, raccoons rely more on their sense of touch than their senses of sight and smell to find meals such as frogs, bird eggs, insects, and Continue Reading
If you’re ever in snowy Arctic Russia or Canada, be sure to walk carefully-you might mistake a newborn harp seal for a pile of snow! At about two weeks old, the pup sheds its furry white coat for one that’s grey and smooth, perfect for skimming through the ocean to Continue Reading
This baby loggerhead sea turtle is true survivor. First it broke out of an egg the size of a Ping-Pong ball. Then it dug itself out from a buried nest on a beach. After that, it scurried from the beach to the ocean, dodging predators such as crabs and herons. And Continue Reading
This European hedgehog may look cute, but getting too close would be a problem. About 7,000 spiky quills cover its body. When they’re attacked by predators such as owls, hedgehogs curl up into prickly balls-ouch!-that are nearly impossible to budge. Badgers are one of the few predators strong enough to Continue Reading
Hares, beware! This critter could be your enemy. Silent and sneaky, the foot-long ermine can pounce on prey that’s larger than it is, such as an arctic hare. The stealthy stalker gets help from its changing coat, which is white during winter and brown in spring and summer-perfect for blending Continue Reading
A howl from a coyote pup may sound more like a high-pitched squeal, but hearing howls from the entire pack can sound a little spooky. Don’t worry-they’re mostly just checking on their pals. Coyotes use certain types of vocalizations to communicate in different situations. one type of howl rallies the Continue Reading
This calf may help its buddies take over the world! About one billion cows live on Earth-that’s three times as many cows as people in the united States. In fact, cows outnumber people in some U.S.states, including Oklahoma and Idaho.
The wool from these adorable lambs is used to make carpets, but wool from other kinds of sheep is often used to make clothing. Depending on the breed, one sheep can produce enough wool each year for about 10 sweaters. They keep you warm your heart.
Here the sound of a saw being sharpened on a stone? If you’re in the woods of the western and northeastern United States or Caanada.it could be the alarm call of a saw-whet owl. This bird may be small, but the seven-to-eight-inch-tall owl is a swift and fierce night hunter, Continue Reading