Animals

Puffin birds spend most of their lives out at sea, resting on the waves when not swimming. Scientists have also recently discovered that Puffins' beaks are fluorescent and glow under UV light!

Did you know that an electric eel can produce up to 650 volts of electricity? That charge is five times stronger than the electricity generated in the standard US wall socket!

This colorful creature is a panther chameleon, a species of chameleon found in the eastern and northern parts of Madagascar in a tropical forest biome.

This colorful critter is a Scarlet-Bodied Wasp Moth. Its abdomen and thorax are a very rich red and it has an iridescent blue middorsal line that shimmers in the sunlight and transparent wings with black veins.

Clownfish get their name from their bright orange coloring and white stripes, but also from the bouncy way they swim.

Did you know that sperm whales sleep vertically? Whilst we spend most of our time vertical and then lay down to sleep, sperm whales do the opposite!

Did you know that it’s the male and not the female seahorses that give birth? When a seahorse mother lays eggs, she puts them in the seahorse father’s pouch!

The flamingo tongue is a small marine snail that lives on coral reefs in the western Atlantic Ocean.

The toco toucan, the largest and best-known toucan species, is at home in South America's tropical forests.

A typical panda eats for half the day. Our pandas are having a bit of a hard time in life because they're not making enough cute panda babies!