Visiting the U.S. National Parks comes with some simple rules, one of the most important being to never approach wildlife. It’s dangerous for us and for the animals. Despite this common-sense guideline, some tourists forget it—especially if there’s a great photo opportunity calling. But Yellowstone National Park is reminding us (again) to abide by this rule.
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At the beginning of 2018, a female crocodile in a Costa Rican zoo laid eggs. While this is generally not an unusual occurence, this particular situation was quite the anomaly given that the crocodile had been living alone for 16 years. Crocodiles can lay infertile eggs, but this one’s clutch (group) looked normal. One egg even went on to mature in an incubator.
There’s an element of luck with every photo snapped.
Photographer Belinda Richards captures the unique personalities of cats and dogs through her soulful—and often funny—pet portrait photography.
The work of author and poet Amanda Gorman is getting a boost in sales after a Florida book ban. Following a ban of her poem The Hill We Climb, sales for it and her books Call Us What We Carry and Change Sings have skyrocketed.
Children’s books are an important part of growing up.
Artist Jackson Shaner creates pottery that borders on terrifying.
One of the great joys of summer is spending time in the backyard (or a park), enjoying the warm weather and the company of others. Adding to this cherished time of year are the games that can be played outside. These types of activities are geared toward groups and simple enough for everyone to learn—but generally impossible to master, making it anyone’s game to win.
On December 23, 2022, Alexander and Andrea Campagna answered a frantic knock at their door.
We often take color selection for granted.