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The Immortal Jellyfish: The World’s Only Immortal Animal

January 19, 2013 – 1:00 am | No Comment | 3,833 views
The Immortal Jellyfish: The World’s Only Immortal Animal

A jellyfish’s lifespan usually ranges from somewhere between a few hours, for the smallest species, to several months, and rarely to a few years for the bigger species. Not so for a jellyfish called Turritopsis …

Creatures of the Deep: Underwater Astonishments!

November 10, 2012 – 12:17 pm | No Comment | 3,802 views
Creatures of the Deep: Underwater Astonishments!

The ocean is full of mysterious creatures like the Immortal Jellyfish, the only known immortal animal on Earth that potentially lives forever or this bioluminescent deep-sea jellyfish called the Atolla wyvillei. This bioluminescent jellyfish puts …

The Amazing Peacock Spider

August 25, 2012 – 11:10 am | One Comment | 630 views
The Amazing Peacock Spider

Australia is home to many strange and unusual animals. However this tiny jumping spider only found in Queensland and New South Wales is the sort of thing the average Sydney bushwalker would pass right by. …

Wings of Life: The Hidden Beauty of Pollination

May 4, 2012 – 1:39 pm | No Comment | 393 views
Wings of Life: The Hidden Beauty of Pollination

Watch this absolutely amazing & beautiful video about the seductive love dance between flowers and pollinators! To really see the details, I encourage you to watch this short film full-screen and in HD:

Fantastic Fungi: The Spirit of Good

May 1, 2012 – 1:14 pm | No Comment | 196 views
Fantastic Fungi: The Spirit of Good

The following beautiful short video is an excerpt from the feature documentary by Louie Schwartzberg following notable mycologist, Paul Stamets, as he discusses the important role mushrooms play in the survival and health of the …

How the Aurora Borealis Works

April 29, 2012 – 3:22 pm | No Comment | 815 views
How the Aurora Borealis Works

The auroras also known as the northern and southern lights are some of the most spectacular skywatching experiences on the planet and never fail to delight observers lucky enough to see them. Auroras can be …