12 Great humorous animals photography

August 17th, 2008 by shearyadi

As always when Sunday come, this blog will display cool photos and more than that, they have to be special. This week I have compilation of great photography that involving animal. I love animal and they are sometimes can be …

Starving bear cubs left to die in Russia

August 14th, 2008 by shearyadi

Each year 3,000 to 4,000 bear cubs are left with no chance of survival because of the Russian bear hunt. In Russia, wealthy hunters can pay more than US$2,000 to rouse brown bears from hibernation and then…kill them.

The hunters’ …

12 Gigantic animals photography

August 10th, 2008 by shearyadi

Happy Sunday everyone, as usual today is the special photography day where this blog will always display extra-ordinary or unique photographs. For this week I have a compilation of 12 macro image of animals. If you like any of this …

Researchers found new hidden habitat of Western lowland gorillas

August 9th, 2008 by shearyadi

From a recent research by the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) in the deep hinterlands of the Republic of the Congo, they announced to have found a secret place with an estimated population of 125,000 western lowland gorillas.


The western lowland …

Meet the nature Olympic winners of all time

August 8th, 2008 by shearyadi

Starting from today, thousand of athletes from around the world are now compete in the Beijing 2008 Olympics. They will running, jumping, swimming, diving and doing just about everything else over the next 2 weeks to achieve gold.

In the …

A secret look into the social lives of elephants

August 6th, 2008 by shearyadi

Elephants, the biggest mammal on the land, are an extremely important animal population, both biologically and economically. They’re known as “keystone” species because of their significant influences on other animals and on African and Asian ecosystems.


Elephants contribute enormously to …

The seven endangered living fossils

August 5th, 2008 by shearyadi

From the seven species of marine turtles, six of them are now listed as vulnerable or critically endangered. These true living fossils who have travelled the sea for over 100 million years are need our help, immediately.

Their populations are …