It’s weird animal week here on Into the Wild. So far we’ve covered some of the most amazingly bizarre wildlife in our oceans, as well as picking our favourite freaks from the mammal family. So if you haven’t already checked those out, we advise you do so. However, if you’re ready for your next dose of the weird and the wonderful, please read on. To end this week of wacky wildlife, today we take a look at the best of the rest from the natural world.
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This week Into the Wild has been taking a look at the Earth’s strangest animals, but today we’re bringing you creatures from the world of myth, legend and mystery. Steeped in folklore and plagued by hoax footage, these creatures have captured our imaginations for centuries.
On Monday, Into the Wild plunged into the oceans to take a look at some of the bizarre and, in some cases, terrifying creatures of the deep. Today we’re delving into the weird and wonderful world of mammals. With a heap of peculiar adaptations, spectacularly strange faces and funny habits these are amongst some of the most peculiar animals out there.
The weeks coming up to Christmas are filled with excitement and anticipation as we look forward to turkey, presents, brandy butter, booze and Christmas television. Another regular fixture which is eagerly awaited each year is the Big Fat Quiz of the Year. Whilst you will have to wait till 27th December for Channel 4’s official Christmas round up, here at frontier we’d like to get you into the game-show spirit.
Today sees the launch of a brand new feature here on Into the Wild: Photo of the Week. Every week we’ll be featuring an amazing photo that we think you might just want to see. So be sure to keep an eye on the blog and let us know what you think of the images in the comments section.
Within the next 50 years it is predicted that at least 30% of all land, fresh-water and marine animals will become extinct. The threat of animal extinction has inspired the Frozen Ark, a project working to save the genetic material of our most endangered creatures.
This week has been all about deadly animals around the world, so today we thought we should take a look at the world's most dangerous and deadly regions where you might just find yourself face-to-face with some of these creatures.
Yesterday we looked at the world’s most deadly animals. Today, we’ll be dispelling a few myths surrounding these frightening creatures and what to do if one attacks: Should I really be sucking the venom from this snake bite? Will a well-aimed punch to the nose really save me from this shark attack?
This week we have an exciting line-up for you on Into the Wild. Building up to a fascinating two-part interview with everyone’s favourite snake-wrangler, Austin Stevens, we thought we would get you in the mood with a week focusing on the planet’s most dangerous and deadly animals.
Whilst achieving striking and effective wildlife photography is by no means utterly dependent on using quality equipment, it certainly doesn’t hurt your chances. So here is Frontier’s kit guide to the making your life as a budding wildlife photographer run that little bit more smoothly.
This week’s blog theme is wildlife photography. For many, including several of us here at Frontier HQ, becoming a wildlife photographer would be a dream job. Anything that incorporates travel and wildlife is right up our street. So we thought we’d dedicate a week to this beautiful and inspirational art-form.