The point has been made time and again that humans, too, are as much ‘animals’ as any other member of the kingdom. Yet what separates us is clearly our instinct to civilize, order, and oftentimes subdue any ‘wild’ instinct that might still persist somewhere in our DNA.

Thus, the wildlife that surrounds us, from insects to lions to dolphins to venus fly traps, captivates us not only out of beauty and the wonderment of their existential differences, but from their ‘wild’ core that has no need for codified systems of living, no sense of the world beyond what they have seen and experienced. It is rare that we might observe wildlife and learn nothing of ourselves.

Wildlife Articles

There is a rugged, spectacular corridor across Florida that almost nobody sees. This team traversed it.

by David Miller

You shouldn’t be freaking out about this summer’s shark attacks. Here’s why.

by Matt Hershberger

15 epic things Canadians need to do this summer

by Morgane Croissant

Photo guide to the incredible wildlife of Yellowstone National Park

by Ailsa Ross

‘Lion Park’ where an American was mauled to death has a controversial past

by Erin Conway-Smith

Destroying our world one butt at a time

by Morgane Croissant

Check out which Latin American country just passed a law banning hunting as a sport

by Cathy Brown

New York government commits to shutting off lights to help migrating songbirds

by Cathy Brown

This rich guy spent $350,000 to kill an endangered rhino

by Matt Hershberger

The Andean condor is in trouble. The reasons are known, and preventable

by Simeon Tegel

Photo guide to Costa Rica’s most incredible animals

by Spencer Spellman

Meet the community that lives alongside dangerous lions, and is committed to protecting them

by Jenny Nichols

22 weird facts about animal sex

by Hyacinth Mascarenhas

Thailand’s controversial “Tiger Temple” forced to give up its tigers

by Yahoo! Travel

This is the last male northern white rhino left on Earth

by Morgane Croissant

16 mind-blowing facts about African wildlife

by James Bailey

This is a huge grizzly, not some black bear

by Morgane Croissant

Either we stop ivory-funded terrorism or we witness the last days of elephants in the wild

by Rory Moulton
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