Posts by Kira Mccutcheon
Kangaroos Are Absolute Units
Red Kangaroos are hulks – and their family is nothing to sneeze at. Don’t mess with the roo crew.
Blue Tongued Skink: The Dragon With A Blue Tongue
Who needs sharp teeth and venom when you have a flashy blue tongue? This the the blue tongued skink.
Black Widow: The Ultimate Goth Girlfriend
Black Widows are killer queens, and really are something to marvel at. This is the Black Widow film you need in 2020.
Glow Worms: Maggots of Light
Glowworms are the deadly sirens of the night. If you’re a fly, their glow is the last thing you’ll see.
Margay: The Cat That Thinks It's a Monkey
This the most arboreal cat in the world, the trickster of the trees, the tamarin’s bane, the Margay.
Hognose: The Snake That Plays Dead
These snakes are drama queens and will fake their deaths to get out of trouble.
Salt Cat: The Ghost of South America
The Salt Cat or Geoffroy’s Cat is one of the most successful cats that you’ve likely never heard of.
Timber Wolf: The Grizzly’s Bane
Timber wolves are some deadliest predators on the planet. They can take down moose, bison and even grizzly bears, and this week, Danielle gets to feed some.
Ocelot: The Prince of Darkness
From the mountains in the Sonoran desert, to the foothills of the Argentinian Andes lives a predator perfectly adapted to this wide range of habitats; the Ocelot.
Geese: Peace Was Never an Option
This is the most feared animal by city slickers; the Goose. Rake in the lake.
Platypus: The King of Weirdos
In the finale of Season 4 of Animalogic, Danielle ventures into Victoria’s Otway ranges in search of a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma; the Platypus.
Bandicoot: The Real Life Crash
These are the survivors of extinction, the earthworm’s bane, the real-life Crash, the Bandicoot.
None Of These Animals Are Dead
In the season finale of Second Nature, we explore the animals that have learned that it’s easier to fake your own death than to fight back. These are nature’s greatest fakers.
Fairy Penguins are Thicc
These are the waddling wonders, the commuters in the world’s cutest rush hour, the tiny penguins that burrow, the Little Penguins.
Armadillo Girdled Lizards and Nature’s Toughest Tanks
The best offense is a good defense. These are nature’s greatest tanks.
Wombats Look Like Real Life Ewoks
Wombats are the heroes of the bush fires, the stealer of hearts, and the knights of the most adorable joust in the world.
You Don't Want To Touch a Tenrec
Stylish hair may not be the best survival strategy, but weaponized hair? That’s another story.
Dingo: The King of Australia
Get ready to meet the Apex Predator Down Under, the Dingo.
Flying Squirrels and The Animals that Fall With Style
Life in the trees is a challenge, but these species have evolved a novel strategy for getting around; gliding.
Quoll: The Polka Dotted Predator
At the edge of the world, on the edge of extinction, lives the little creature that could. The Quoll.
Echolocation: The Evolution of a Superpower
Bats, dolphins, oilbirds and shrews all speak the same language. We just can’t hear it. This is the evolution of biological sonar; echolocation.
Tawny Frogmouth: Master of Camouflage
High up in Australia’s tree canopy lives the grumpiest, grouchiest, surliest little assassin in the world. This is the Tawny Frogmouth.
Echidna Babies Are Real Weird
Meet the Echidna. They’re covered in spikes, they have flat eyes, tongues almost as long as their bodies, a sixth sense, and they lay eggs. Everything about the Echidna is weird.
Fur Seals: The Salty Sea Doggos
The Tasmanian Coast; a habitat dominated by violence. But one species thrives in this craggy chaos; the Fur Seal.
Koalas: When Stupidity is a Survival Strategy
High up in the trees of Australia lives an animal that consumes so many toxins that it has few natural predators. The Koala.
The Evolution of Combat Crowns
These animals evolved to win fights before they even start.