One Honey Badger Smelling The Stone Floor

“B” is for Badger

Badgers belong to the weasel family. Badgers have really powerful jaws and very sharp claws. Badgers also have very tough skin. Badgers dig burrows to rest and sleep in during the day since they are nocturnal creatures that only venture out at night. Badgers can be found in India, Africa and in the Middle East. Badgers Read more about “B” is for Badger[…]

3D Rendered Scientific Illustration Of Some Bacteria

“B” is for Bacteria

Bacteria are the smallest living organisms known to exist. Bacteria can come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. Not all kinds of bacteria will cause disease.  In fact there is some good bacteria in your digestive system. Cows use bacteria to digest the grass they eat. Bacteria can be found everywhere. The best way to protect Read more about “B” is for Bacteria[…]

Banjo On White Background

“B” is for Banjo

A banjo is a stringed musical instrument. Banjos can have between 4 to 6 strings. The most popular type of banjo is the 5 string banjo. Banjo players can also be called banjoists. Banjos strings are usually made of metal. Banjos were invented in the 1600s in Africa. Banjos became popular in the 18th century. Banjos Read more about “B” is for Banjo[…]

Cape Buffalo Syncerus Caffer With Bird On Head Close Up

“B” is for Buffalo

Buffaloes are sometimes called bison. Buffaloes live in groups called herds. Buffaloes are very strong animals. Buffaloes can also run much faster than humans. There are many different types of buffaloes, like water buffaloes, Cape buffaloes and American buffaloes. Buffaloes are found in many parts of the World like Asia, Europe, Africa and in the United States. Some Read more about “B” is for Buffalo[…]

Monkey Family Hamadryas Baboon

“B” is for Baboon

Baboons are the largest type of monkeys in the world. Baboons do not spend much time swinging in trees like other monkeys, instead they spend most of the time on ground. Female baboons have bottoms that can turn red when they are ready to mate. Baboons are only found in Africa and Arabia. Baboons live Read more about “B” is for Baboon[…]

children on the beach

“B” is for Beach

The materials on a beach such as gravel, minerals, gravel, pebbles and sand help scientists learn about the environment. The shoreline on a beach is not always the same and may shift by about 5 metres over a period of 70 to 80 years. Many animals depend on the beach’s ecosystem to survive because they live in the sand, on Read more about “B” is for Beach[…]