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Walking on Water: The Jesus Lizard

This is the Jesus Christ Lizard, which can reach a swift speed of 1.5 metres a second on water. Yes, water. It is one of the only animals in the world that can actually run on water, which makes it…

Bullet Ant

The Bullet Ant is the world’s largest ant – and is thought to deliver the most painful sting of any animal. Found throughout our project in Peru – we’ve seen grown men weep from the pain which is described as…

Pink Dolphin

The Amazon River Dolphins in the waterways of South America are naturally pink. The dolphins are known to flush a dark pink when excited. The colour of the dolphins depends upon the clarity of the water, with the sun’s rays…

‘Penis snake’ discovered in Brazil

A rare amphibian known as the ‘penis snake’ has been discovered in the Brazilian Amazon. An unusual creature, thought by some to resemble part of the male anatomy, has been discovered in the Amazon. Atretochoana eiselti  is the world’s…

Lemurs endangered by climate change

A new study of primates in the island of Madagascar shows in detail how rainforest biodiversity may be directly impacted by global warming.   Reported in the journal Global Change Biology, it appears that at least one species of Madagascan…