A female macaque adopts a chicken
In Tel Aviv, a female macaque has taken a chicken under its wing (instead of eating it...) 💛
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Meet the most sophisticated octopus in the world
This octopus carries shells wherever it goes and uses them as shelters. That's the fascinating behavior observed recently by scientists.
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Her job is to bring dead animals to life … Brut met Divya Anantharaman at her studio where she demystified the often misunderstood art of taxidermy.
How to regenerate oceans in 30 years time
Regenerating the oceans by 2050 is possible, but we have to act now. This is the conclusion of a major scientific study. Here's what we can do to save marine life before it's too late. 🐠
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Kind of makes you wonder what else could be out there …
Why the Red River in Spain fascinates scientists
Spain’s Red River is not just a spectacular landscape, it’s a scientific wonder. It might even be a sign that life on Mars is possible.
What to do if you encounter a bear
The first rule is: never run away... 🐻 Here's what you should do if you encounter a bear.
The rare and elusive sharks that live for hundreds of years
This shark may have be roaming the ocean for about 500 years... Meet the Greenland shark, the oldest vertebrate known to man.
This gecko with huge eyes lives in the Namib Desert
This little gecko has translucent skin to camouflage, webbed feet to run on sand, and massively oversized eyes. 👀 Meet the Pachydactylus rangei.
A rom-com that tackles Gen-Z’s feelings about the climate crisis
“Our entire generation is having that question.” They star in a rom-com where the main character experiences climate doom ... Actors Kyle Allen and Alexandra Shipp tell Brut why including the climate crisis in a film about romance was important to them ...