SeaWorld has left a bitter taste in everyone’s mouth since 2013 when Blackfish, a documentary focused on the facility’s treatment of sea animals. What is SeaWorld? For those who are blissfully unaware, SeaWorld is a theme park known for its marine mammals; dolphins, orcas and sea lions. While they feature roller coasters and water-themed … Continued
What is Shark Fin Soup? Shark fin soup is considered a delicacy in Chinese culture. It was first created by an emperor in the Sung Dynasty (AD 968), which is known as the golden era in Chinese history. This dish was created as a sign of the emperor’s wealth, power and generosity. The soup can … Continued
Hey Team Animalogic! Jess Keating here. I’ve been co-hosting Animalogic: Second Nature for a little while now, and it seemed high time to properly introduce myself. And what better way than to share something near and dear to my heart? As a zoologist, author, and illustrator, I’m always happy to learn about remarkable women of … Continued
Chest bursting worms, brain-eating fungus, and castrating barnacles: the world of parasites is not great. Everyone give a warm welcome to Jess Keating, who will be co-hosting Second Nature with Danielle. Jess is zoologist-turned author and illustrator who writes all about animals. We’re really excited for her to join the team, and we hope you … Continued
What separates us from our hairy brethren?
Tardigrades are the most resilient animals in the universe, and there’s probably one within a stone’s throw from you right now.
Pangolins are amazing: they are the only known mammal to have scales, they have amazing long tongues, and yet they are the most heavily poached animal in the world, despite the fact that most people don’t even know that they exist.