Steve is a powerhouse on both WebUrbanist and WebEcoist, writing off-the-wall content designed to entertain and inspire the inner world traveler and thrill-seeker buried within all of us.
You read that right: “fish nests”, not “fish nets”, with the former being much more appealing than the latter – at least from a fish's point of view.
Claimed and coveted by neighboring nations, dozens of obscure and often uninhabited islands exist in a shifting geographic limbo defined by power politics.
Modern dish racks and drainers can give your kitchen a kinder, gentler and greener vibe. Here are 10 of the most spectacular racks around.
Split personalities... and more! Gynandromorphism is a curious half-male, half-female condition noted in animals from butterflies to birds.
Hold your nose and clap your hands: In honor of International Vulture Awareness Day, WebEcoist proudly presents 8 of the world's most amazing vultures!
Our affection for Pandas goes beyond their cute black & white patterned coats and generally pacific personalities. Take these 8 eye-opening examples.
Meet the Face-Kini, a strange head-to-toe beach balaclava designed and worn by Chinese swimmers to provide protection from sun, seaweed and stinging jellyfish.
These 8 over-the-top baby, toddler and child products will ensure your precious snowflakes remain safe, secure and insulated from the weird wild world.
From metallic mirrored beetles to stately senior simians, the serene beauty of silver animals reflects their rank as some of nature's most exquisite creatures.
If your web site has nothing to do with the internet, then your home may host some or even all of the 7 most common household insects presented here.
These 7 amazing public aquariums recreate the wonders of the sea on land at facilities that appear as though they were designed in the future.
Go green... go REALLY green! All these dozen grass-covered cars, trucks, vans & buses ask is that you keep your pedal to the metal and keep off the grass.
Welcome to “Name That Creature”, an adventure in pop culture where creative taxonomy knows virtually no limits and is bound by even fewer rules!
All 8 species of the twisted, bloated, otherworldly beautiful Baobab tree has survived and spread by adapting to some of the world's harshest environments.
“Lonesome George”, the last Abingdon Island tortoise, is gone but 10 other Galápagos tortoise subspecies remain. Let's see what's under their big ol' shells.
Those who sport increasingly popular Medical Tattoos know their personalized and potentially lifesaving tats will follow where Medic Alert bracelets can't go.
No, they're not pigments of your imagination, these melanistic animals are the polar opposites of albinos and display the “dark side” of genetic mutation.
Spanning the spectrum from deepest violet to brightest white, these 7 amazing colorful fields and meadows challenge photographers' eyes as well as their noses.
Shore is strange... Beachcombers often can't believe their eyes (or noses) when encountering some of Neptune's more notable expelled exiles – can you?
Jewel Caterpillars of the genus Dalceridae include some of the most beautiful caterpillars you've ever laid eyes on. Just be sure you look and don't touch!
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