Seriously, who even needs David Attenborough any more? This is perfect. (The Atlantic, via Sarah)
There are more than a million different species of animals on Earth, so here’s a place to start. Check out these ten little-known amazing facts about animals, then watch the U.S. premiere of the original uncut series Planet Earth to see up-close the first snow leopard hunting, the first blue bird of paradise displaying in the wild… and the vampire squid from hell! All Earth Day weekend (Saturday and Sunday, April 21-22) only on BBC AMERICA.
Although most of the planet has been discovered and well-documented, there’s still plenty of places that remain relatively unknown, and for no good reason. Read about ten of the most gorgeous and overlooked places in the world, and then check out the U.S. premiere of the original uncut series Planet Earth, all Earth Day weekend (Saturday and Sunday, April 21-22) only on BBC AMERICA.
Frozen wave in Antarctica.
Korean sculptor Seung Mo Park creates these portraits by layering meticulously snipped wires. The effect is stunning.
Nature is awesome. I don’t care what anyone says: nature porn is the best porn out there.
Happy Earth Day! In honor of our lovely earth, here are 10 facts you might not know about FernGully, the coolest environmentally themed movie ever!
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