A female Anna's hummingbird builds a nest constructed of plant fibers and spiderwebs.
Baby orangutans sometimes need a little help when swinging from tree to tree.
Just how quiet is a barn owl in flight? The answer, as it turns out: very quiet indeed.
Juvenile penguins, sporting feather mohawks, band together to take on their worst enemy.
A female European badger finds a home to rear pups--and a mate to father them.
Crossing the road can be dangerous for the sloths. Fortunately, there are people to help.
Killer whales pin down an entire pod of narwhal in shallow water.
Polar bears are forced to try their luck hunting salmon as arctic ice sheets dissappear.
The search for a pygmy three-toed sloth yields an unexpected discovery.
Mudskippers, a type of fish that can breathe air, scour the beach looking for food.
Three-toed sloths are some of the slowest and seemingly laziest creatures in the world.
Emperor dads stand watch as penguin hatchlings peck their way free.
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