A series exploring the world’s biodiversity and where it is located
Learn what qualifies a country as megadiverse and see how each of these 17 naturally-rich nations stacks up in the Biodiversity Olympics
Explore the unique geography and fauna of the world’s 8 Biogeographical Realms and the reason these areas have been historically separated.
A series exploring the most fascinating families in the animal kingdom
Learn about the 19 species of penguins, found in some of the most inhospitable yet breathtaking locations on the planet.
Which of the 22 species of fox do you think is the most majestic?! Learn about each species, where they live, their dens and their families.
Learn about the many incredible but lesser-known African monkeys species on a journey that will take you to every corner of the continent.
If there is one thing Asian monkey species can boast about, it’s how stylish they are. Learn about 13 of the most incredible Asian monkeys.
There are few animals are interesting as baboons and mandrills. Learn about their group structure, anatomy, diet and ecology.
Explore the 13 ingenious ways birds construct their nests from the complex pendant of the Baya weaver to the basic scrape of the ringed plover
Explore what makes each of the 4 types of apes so unique including a breakdown of their behaviour, location, diet, and physical appearance.
Explore the scientific breakthroughs that have lead to our understanding of the Evolution of Primates and who our closest relatives are.
Explore all 27 species of crocodilian including crocodiles, alligators, caiman and gavialids and 3 recently discovered species
Learn about the families and species most closely related to cats including mongooses, the fossa and four types of hyena
Read about the many methods animals use to climb and move through the trees, collectively referred to as Arboreal Locomotion.
Learn about more than 50 species of marsupial from all 19 families with beautiful photos and cladograms to explore how they are related.
Birds of prey have hooked beaks and sharp talons used to catch larger prey. Explore all 13 types of raptor including eagles, old-world vultures, new-world vultures, the beautiful secretary bird and owls.
Explore the Musteloidea superfamily, which contains 11 families/subfamilies and includes weasels, martens, otters, badgers, the wolverine, red panda, raccoons and skunks.
Explore the diverse Ungulate clade, which is split between odd-toed individuals including rhinos and tapirs and even-toed individuals, which includes bovids, deer and whales.
In this guide, we’ll discuss all 8 species of bear, where they live and discover 7 beautiful subspecies covering a wide range of colour morphs including the Tibetan blue bear and the entirely white spirit bear.
Explore 100 species of snake from constrictors such as boas and pythons, the highly venomous viper and elapid families and many more weird and wonderful species such as the elephant trunk snake!
Wolves, jackals and wild dogs are the closest relatives to the domestic dog. Explore all 15 species and 3 groups of wild dog with vivid photos.
A series exploring the world’s most spectacular national parks
There are several National Parks in Europe that offer something that very few others do. If you’re a fan of nature, you’ll love these parks.