When you work as a filmmaker, watching one of your cameras get destroyed is like watching part of your livelihood disappear. But it’s hard to be upset when the perpetrators dismantling your expensive equipment are a actually a pack of curious arctic fox pups—or kits, as they’re more accurately called.
I feel like tonight, we are all this dog. And we are trying to hard to be the fox.
Finding food can be especially tough in winter, when the snow is deep and the prey is hidden. So foxes have developed a special technique: they dive headfirst through three feet of snow to find their unseen prey. Amazingly, this works — but only when the fox is facing northeast or southwest.
While guiding the Aurora Borealis across the sky, a mischievous young fox spirit accidentally traps an entire Finnish town in a land of slumber. Now the only hope for restoring everything to normal is Hannu, a grouchy young slacker, and his faithful dog Ville, who must convince their fellow villagers to return to the…
And now, simply because it's such an adorably weird juxtaposition, is a scene from a porch in Unalaska, Alaska in the Aleutian Islands. The homeowner walked outside one day, only to discover the animal kingdom mid-coffee klatch. Explains the videographer:
Apparently, the economy has gotten so bad that even the animals are turning to crime. In England, a man was confronted by an unusually furry mugger, one who was less interested in his wallet than in his groceries.
While it's still being built, London's Shard building has already stolen the prize for being Britain's tallest building. And what better place for a fox with illusions of grandeur, than the 80th floor?
Dogs, sheep, pigs, cows, horses - all these animals and more have been fundamentally changed by humans to make our lives better. Domestication has fundamentally altered the course of human history, reshaping the land and other species to fit our new agricultural lifestyle. But how do you take a wild species and turn…
A burial site recently uncovered in Jordan is the oldest ever discovered in the Middle East, at least 1,500 years older than any other cemetery previously discovered. But it's not just its great age that makes it special - the cemetery also reveals what animals humans kept as pets long before the domestication of dogs.