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Did you know termite mounds could reach this size?

Sea cows swim up to the window of an underwater observatory at Homosassa Springs State Park.

Earthflight: South America. View South America through the eyes of condors and macaws, petrels and hummingbirds, and vultures. Check out the preview here -

Scientists discover teddy bear-like mammal hiding out in Andean cloud forests

"Iguana" by Rachel Campbell, for The Florida Keys & Key West - Photo Adventure. #lizard #wildlife #keywest

An adorable manatee comes up to smile for the camera in Key Haven. Photographed by Anna Fischer for the Florida Keys & Key West - Photo Adventure. #wildlife #vacation #nature #florida

Sharks in the Sanctuaries: Conservation and Stewardship

Did you know snails have teeth? Not only is it true, but they have 80 or so rows of them! Learn more w/ NPR. (photo:

It's no secret that if you want to see Florida's renowned manatees in the wild, just head to a warm-water spot on a chilly winter day, where they congregate in fresh water springs and inland waterways.

"A little Tarpon action at Robbie's Marina" The Florida Keys & Key West Photographer: Steven Liffmann Location: Islamorada #tarpon #floridakeys #marina #islamorada

The Giant Stingray, found in Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia's muddy rivers, can grow up to 1,200 pounds. Due to their painful sting, they're also called "wish-you-were-dead fish." (photo: Zeb Hogan)

Happy Little Trees Ahead

Poland's Mysterious Crooked Forest: In a tiny corner of western Poland a forest of about 400 pine trees grow with a 90 degree bend at the base of their trunks - all bent northward. Surrounded by a larger forest of straight growing pine trees this collection of curved trees, or "Crooked Forest," is a mystery.

Poland's Mysterious Crooked Forest : Big Pic : DNews

Great white shark enters Florida waters | News - Home

Meet some of the adorable duck species profiled in "An Original DUCKumentary"

A red head duckling.