Dumbo octopuses are rare deep-sea living creatures named after the “flying elephant” — a character from a Walt Disney movie, because of its exceptionally large ears just like the fins of the Dumbo octopuses.
The adorable algae eater and solar-powered sea creature is capable of supplementing its diet uniquely through photosynthesis.
Stromatolites play a significant role in the evolution of life on earth as they contribute to the production of 20% of the oxygen content present in the earth's atmosphere.
The Superb Lyrebird is an ecosystem engineer renowned for precisely mimicking various sounds that they include in their sexual displays.
Scientists have discovered three new species and a subspecies of moth new to science.
It is the smallest mammal in the world with only 29-33 mm (1.14-1.29 in) head-body length, weighing 1.7-2 g (0.05-0.07 oz) and possessing a wingspan of approximately 130-145 mm (5.1-5.7 in).
The home gardens of Assam have become the best abode for these tiny feathery creatures
A creature inhabited the Earth some 500 million years before the advent of humans on this planet, but we still do not know if it’s an animal, or if it’s a fungus or it’s something between the two.
The forager of night, Oilbird (Steatornis caripensis) which is locally known as guacharo is the only specie in genus Steatornis and the world’s only nocturnal flying fruit-feeder bird.
Jewel Caterpillar (Acraga coa) or slug caterpillar is one of the world’s most stunning caterpillars with a gooey appearance and a fat body.
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