The Black rhino is my favourite animal and when you look at how they have evolved to become the incredible animal they are today, it’s truly amazing. Rhinos aren’t just a magnificent now but rather they have been their entire existence with them once being world rulers as they were once one of the largest … Continue reading Wildlife Wednesday: The Evolution of Rhinos
We all take time to appreciate the beautiful flowers that our partners may present to us on valentine’s day or the plants we may purchase to give our home some life but would you decorate your home with grass? The answer is probably not. Grass is the most common type of plant in world and is … Continue reading Wildlife Wednesday: Can The World Survive Without Grass?
I've been looking a lot at holidays at the minute and places that I would love to visit and just looking at these gorgeous places thinking, 'why can;t I live there?' While living in a small village in the UK, I love looking at how beautiful other places are around the world, I find it … Continue reading Wildlife Wednesday: What Are You Missing Out On?
If you mention cannibalism to someone then you’ll probably be met with the look of fear in their eyes as human cannibalism is probably thought of as one of the most sickening things we can do. But we aren’t so surprised when we’re watching a documentary and we see animals cannibalising each other. Watching a … Continue reading Wildlife Wednesday: Animal Cannibalism
Unfortunately, we live in a world where various species are disappearing right before our eyes and unfortunately not that many people care. There are so many animals that are listed as vulnerable, endangered, or critically endangered and a lot of these species have less than 5,000 left in the wild and to me that’s upsetting. … Continue reading Wildlife Wednesday: The Vaquita
While researching last week’s Wildlife Wednesday I was digging through the BBC archives and in their nature/wildlife section I came across a whole list of different animal behaviours. Every single animal behaves in a different way as these different behaviours are essentially adaptions that help organisms to survive in their habitat. These adaptations can be … Continue reading Wildlife Wednesday: Animal behaviours
The phrase ‘sterilising animals’ sounds a bit extreme but it’s only the same as having your dog spayed or neutered and it's a common practice for domestic animals but we rarely hear about wild animals undergoing the same treatment. It was announced last week that Prince Charles has backed a campaign to sterilise grey squirrels … Continue reading Wildlife Wednesday: Sterilising Grey Squirrels