China’s relatively small, but insatiable appetite for the giant totoaba fish’s swim bladder, aka “Aquatic Cocaine,” is putting another species at risk, the vaquita, which is the world’s smallest porpoise. Less than 100 of these shy little creatures are left in the northernmost section of the Gulf of California, the only place they live.
While the government work jargon isn’t all that attractive, this job as Photographer, GS-1060-11/12 (1564575) for the Department Of The Interior National Park Service is an absolute dream.
Off-grid homes made of garbage outside of Taos, New Mexico.
Alexander Skarsgård and Jack McBrayer head north with Greenpeace.
Don’t trip out, dude. It’s just the pied mossy frog. A king of camouflage in the evergreen rainforests of Asia, this dank froggy was photographed by Joel Sartore at the Houston Zoo.
Medieval Monsters, a film by Oliver Mueller.