Hosted by Jenifer (Zarknorph)
Confused malcontents swilling Chardonnay while awaiting the Zombie Apocalypse.
9341 messages in 66 discussions
Latest 1/6/22 by Di (amina046)
4896 messages in 209 discussions
Latest Mar-16 by MelanGEE
Latest Mar-11 by PTG (anotherPTG)
5892 messages in 176 discussions
Latest Mar-14 by NISSY (NISSY2)
Latest Feb-28 by Harold27Z
754 messages in 15 discussions
Latest Mar-13 by ElDotardo
17297 messages in 766 discussions
Latest Mar-1 by OSarge (AKA Finkle) (mahjong54)
A flock of 'socially-distanced' galahs becomes an unlikely source of inspiration for thousands of people around the world, but experts say there is more to this feathered formation than meets the eye.Read more from www.abc.net.au
Chile's Buin Zoo welcomed a teetering new baby into its family recently with the birth of Atanasio, the first white rhinoceros calf born in Latin America during the coronavirus pandemic.Read more from SBS News
This is a great story! Love the birds and the music
The first commercial whale watching tours in Geraldton have been launched to a great response, with tourists enjoying whales "sticking their heads up, doing dives, spouting their water all over us".Read more from www.abc.net.au
Her fans around the globe have watched her grow into a healthy, 1,300-pound beast.Read more from In The Know
This weird-looking fish is a hybrid offspring of the American paddlefish and Russian sturgeon, both critically endangered.Read more from CNET
A 'rare' yellow turtle was captured by forest officials in India's eastern Balasore city. The turtle was first spotted by local residents and handed over to the forest department. Experts said it is possibly an albino mutation of a common turtle.Read more from SBS News
The pick of the world's best flora and fauna photos, including hillstar hummingbirds and one-horned rhinosRead more from the Guardian
The ones in the wild are beautiful.
The ones with human interaction are devastating.