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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.

I'm surprised that there is an attraction like this near Yellowstone National Park.
If his butt hole theory is correct, it definitely proves why humans are really lame by...
We've had a huge effect on which species inherit the Earth.
Yes, there is such a thing as a dolphin stampede, and yes, it is awesome.
This video is incredible proof of the natural space orcas require to be happy.
These bears certainly look like they are having the time of their lives.
The staff strapped a GoPro camera onto his beak for a unique perspective.
I just called my parents to apologize for putting up with me during my angsty teenager...
Churchill, Canada is positioned near the world's largest concentration of polar bears.
Ocean Ramsey is bringing attention to the plight of the great white.
There’s a whole world of sci-fi monsters right here on our very own planet.
We see how huge an effect reintroducing wolves to an ecosystem can have.
You have a heart of stone if you don't "awwwww!" at least once while watching this.
Tiger Temple is probably the most controversial temple in Southeast Asia.
All of this adds up to the most spectacular ecotourism opportunities anywhere.
21. Humans are more dangerous to sharks than sharks are to humans.
I don’t want my 17 kids growing up to be part of a $15 fisherman’s basket special.
Goats engage in increasingly bizarre and perilous feats of climbing.
A 1300km road trip through Namibia — all “self drive,” no guides.
No matter how much we try to control it, nature is still remarkably unpredictable.
It's one more opportunity for a dude with way too much money to treat the world like his...
These creatures may be more docile than I previously thought.
Killing an animal, in order to protect a larger population of that animal, is beyond my...
Images from the Ebony and Boulders lodges in Sabi Sand Game Reserve, South Africa.