A few residents of Washington, D.C. might want to take a lesson from these two snails, when they size up their current situation.
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Like many large animals, the elephant’s life in the wild is severely threatened.
With a nod to Cat Stevens, this tillerman helps discover North America.
Photography has changed the way we see things in a lot of other artistic pursuits, such as this realistic rendering of the overhead forest canopy.
Mischievous pranks are often perpetuated by seldom-seen tricksters or “little people”.
Butterflies make great scientific specimens.
Spring is a long way, but when it finally arrives, plants start sprouting and growing adding to our palate, as they grow.
The Spider that Ate Honolulu is every bit as fearsome as the Cockroach that Ate Cincinnati.
The rare “submarine car” was an invention that was way before its time.
Sometimes Mother Nature provides the best subject matter for abstract drawings and paintings, as seen in this art marker drawing.