Tag Archives: zoology

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Intricate sculptures by artist Ellen Jewett made from wire metal armatures, cold porcelain and polymer which the artist describes as “anthrozoology meets psychoanalysis”.

Steady on.

Behind the scenes process photos here.

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octopus

zefrank returns to the natural world with true facts about the floppy floppy spider of the sea.

Previously: Things You Didn’t Know about The Armadillo

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cuttlefiish

zefrank’s zoological odyssey continues.

Like a lactose intolerant cheesemaker, the cuttlefish is unaware of its own gifts.

They also give good face. You’ll see.

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frog

zefrank returns to the world of zoology with true facts about the fraawwg.

Imagine sneezing, but through your entire body.
That is how a frog do.

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owl

zefrank explores true facts about a raptor whose chick looks like a cotton ball that grew a face.

Also, did you know that camouflaging itself as a muppet is how the young owl do?

Previously: Things You Didn’t Know About The Mantis Shrimp

duck

There’s nothing zefrank can tell you about the duck that you didn’t already know.

The whole ‘nine inch long corkscrew shaped penis’ thing. You already knew that.

Move on, there’s nothing for you here.

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molerat

zefrank (in association with the BBC’s Earth Unplugged channel) presents true facts about the subterranean rodent that looks ‘like a little sausage encased in testicle skin’.

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dung

zefrank presents true facts about a creature that survives by eating the faces of other animals, probably.

No really, stick with it – there are kittens.

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