Featured by Sara Kiley Watson
Scientists strapped tiny cameras to beetles to get a bug’s-eye view of the world
Feather-light cameras can show us what your backyard looks like from a new perspective.
These spiky frog skulls look more like dinosaur fossils
And they tell an amazing story about amphibian evolution.
To remain hidden, these beetles sparkle like gems
Iridescent color isn’t always for standing out—for some creatures, it’s for blending in.
What looks like a deer, is the size of a rabbit, and was just photographed for the first time in decades?
A Vietnamese mouse-deer was captured on a camera trap in the mountains of Southeast Asia.