Nature's Marvel
Denmark Strait Cataract — World’s Largest Waterfall beneath Ocean

The world’s most astonishing largest undersea waterfall is three times the height of the Angel Falls, in the Denmark Strait between Iceland and Greenland.

Sonali Nagar
Desert Mistletoe — A Tree thief

Desert Mistletoe, stealing nutrients and water from its host trees.

Sidra Kazmi
Zombie Ants: A Case of Perfect Puppetry

They have earned the name “carpenter ants” as they construct their nest by excavating damp wood, making tunnels/galleries through it and hollowing it from inside, a trait that turns them into wonderful forest engineers.

Anubha Das
Nano-chameleon World’s Tiniest Reptile

The newly discoveredNano-chameleon is thesmallest out of 11,500known species ofreptiles.

Sidra Kazmi
New Member in the “Insectivorous Plants Club”

Triantha occidentalis is a remarkable strategist, as it's able to create a striking and uncanny balance between carnivory and pollination.

Anubha Das
A Bizarre Life-cycle

A marsupial called Antechinus or marsupial mouse was completely immersed in its “once in a lifetime affair” – mating.

Anubha Das
Axolotl — Mexico's Amphibian with Unique Regenerating Abilities

Axolotls are known to be attractive model organisms among scientists and studies on their genome are being carried out to unravel the reasons behind their regenerating abilities.

Sidra Kazmi
Emperor Dumbo — Rare Deep-sea Dwelling Creature

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.

Sidra Kazmi
Leaf Sheep ? Solar-powered Sea Slug

The adorable algae eater and solar-powered sea creature is capable of supplementing its diet uniquely through photosynthesis.

Sidra Kazmi
Stromatolites — Earliest known lifeforms on Earth

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.

Sidra Kazmi