116 Times Nature Proved It’s Too Weird For Us To Handle

Animal Facts

116 Times Nature Proved It’s Too Weird For Us To Handle What is the source of the most amazing facts? No, it's not historical events, and neither is the human body - it's our mother nature. With so many components like animals and plants comprising it, the weird facts are plenty. In this post we'd like to show you some of the most unusual facts about animals, so be sure to remember at least one of them, just for a right to brag about your knowledge. Believe it or not, the biggest mammal in the animal kingdom, the blue whale can make a fart bubble so big that a horse could fit inside it (although we're pretty sure that wouldn't be very

Beach Birds

For the first time in decades, rare piping plovers mated in Chicago.   In 2019, two shorebirds nicknamed Monty and Rose became the first piping plovers to successfully nest in Chicago, Illinois in more than a half century. Their arrival sparked a flurry of curiosity and concern as thousands followed their efforts to build a family near the dunes of Montrose Beach, a restored natural habitat adjoining one of the Chicago’s most popular beaches. A Habitat Reborn The effort to return the plovers to Chicago, though, began two decades before that summer frenzy when volunteer steward Leslie Borns noticed a small miracle on the beach: a few stalks of lakeshore rush. The grass-like plant—possible habitat for the threatened bird—hadn’t been seen in Chicago in decades. “It seemed