This year World Otter Day is May 25. Let’s celebrate these amazing, water-loving, playful, carnivorous mammals.
Sofia Ceiba talks to Cari the araucaria tree. These trees were once munched by dinosaurs but they are now at risk and need our attention.
Travel to South America to meet some awesome animals and the people who find them fascinating.
Romi introduces us to the Spix’s night monkey, a small nocturnal monkey from South America. Also, learn about animal activity patterns!
1. True or False? A tapir looks like nature put a shortened elephant trunk on a pig, but tapirs are really relatives of horses and rhinos.
What is a penguin? Penguins are a group of flightless, aquatic birds. Flightless means that they cannot fly in the air like most other birds. Aquatic means they spend lots of time in the water. The wings of penguins are called flippers. Penguin flippers are…
Have you heard of an animal called a gray brocket deer? If not, watch this episode of Candid Animal Cam!
When we think of cats, we don’t usually think of water. A few species of cats do love water however, and do swim. One of those species is the jaguar.
Chocolate frogs are an important part of the diet of young wizards and witches at Hogwarts. You can also buy chocolate frogs if you visit a Harry Potter theme park. A team of scientists exploring the peatlands of the Amazon rainforest in Peru found chocolate frogs…
We travel to meet armadillo expert and conservation scientist, Mariella Superina. Check out her video of a pichi and learn all about amazing armadillos!
Learn about young people taking action to restore forests and care for the environment in Colombia.
From across the forests and savannas, mountains, oceans, and skies of the world, welcome to a celebration of the animals that you know and love – it’s the … It’s the largest living bird in the world and it’s perching here now – welcome the…