Fine, you can’t be immortal. But you can be like that animal who stays in love forever. This infographic from Giraffe.ie takes a look at some animals that stay together throughout their entire lives.
Loss of biodiversity is a result of multiple environmental issues, such as: habitat destruction, poaching, overfishing, illegal hunting and the business of capturing threatened and endangered species for export. Currently 1 out of 8 bird species are threatened with extinction and 1 out of 4 mammal species are threatened with extinction. Additionally 1 out of 4 conifer species are threatened with extinction and 1 out of 3 amphibian species are threatened with extinction.
This infographic, published by The Logo Company, looks at how certain animals see the world, using famous brand logos as an example. It shows hows cats, bees and birds view brand logos such as Coca-Cola, Google, McDonalds and YouTube. There’s also some other cool facts about how these creatures see things.
The human eye is pretty amazing, but there are some things it cannot do such as see ultraviolet light or detect images at a great distance. The visual capabilities on non-human creatures can help to open our eyes to the possibilities beyond our limited sight. This infographic, published by Mezzmer, looks at vision from some animal’s point of view.
Do you love zoo animals? Do you have questionable morals and ethics? Then running a backyard zoo could be for you! It’s actually pretty inexpensive and depending on where you live, you may not even need a permit. The following infographic from HowDoIBecomeA.net provides information if you decide to be a backyard zookeeper.