Watch what Jasper the Corgi does when his owner brings up the idea of "going outside". Adorable! Look up Jasper Islington and help support CorgiPals, Inc., a nonprofit organization dedicated to giving a voice to Corgis in need.
“They remind me of my family, like my Uncle Johnny from New Jersey.” That’s how David Doubilet describes the goliath groupers he photographed off the coast of Florida.
Read more about goliath groupers online in National Geographic magazine:
A short time lapse featuring a Brachypelma Smithi tarantula, named Pebbles, molting (shedding her skin). Pebbles is 11-years-old and goes through this process at least once during a 1.5 year timeline. Recorded over a 7-hour period, watch it all unfold in just a minute!
Fonio is a traditional West African grain that some believe could be the "new quinoa"; it could even replace wheat because of its drought-resistant and gluten-free qualities. Fonio can grow in poor soil, and no pesticides are needed for its cultivation. In Senegal, where it's part of local customs and traditions, fonio is used in breakfast, lunch, and dinner dishes.
Learn more about the future of fonio, and other grains like it: