This poor tortoise has been through quite a lot, including being caught in a Brazilian forest fire, where 85% of his shell was terribly damaged.
People have very strong opinions about the topic of vaccines, so before you go and freak out, please watch the video below (and then freak out if you want).
Marco Arturo, a 12-year-old scientist from Mexico, is one of those people.
Few things in life are more frustrating and limiting than a communication gap.
I think it's safe to say that our relationships with our phones passed "love affair" quite some time ago. It's now a weird dependency/addiction thing that is likely a source of far more anxiety and stress than it is beneficial. But that doesn't stop people from spending every available moment on their devices.
As summer comes around so does one of the season's most notorious pests – mosquitoes. While people may actually be more or less prone to being on the receiving end of mosquito bites, a lot of factors are at play when a mosquito decides which person it visits. And fortunately, some of those factors are very much in your control.
As the first National Park in the United States, Yellowstone has always had a special place in the hearts of American vacationers.
These vintage advertisements show how much the park has changed — such as with “bear feeding grounds” — and how in some ways, time hasn’t changed Yellowstone at all.
There might not have been turtles in Jurassic Park, but there is in this miniature version that Oliver Turpin created for his leopard tortoise Louie.
With a grazing area, swimming pool, visitor’s center, and the iconic gates that surround the park, it seems this turtle is living the high life.