Hummingbirds are some of the quickest birds on the planet. They’re also some of the most beautiful. These spritely avians are found throughout South, Central, and North America, from Alaska to Chile. This infographic outlines some interesting facts about hummingbirds. It discusses the bird’s body composition, with curious facts about its brain size, feathers, tongue, and feet. … [Read more...]
Interesting content about the environment. This category includes environmentalism relating to land, sea, and everything in between.
Many people regard 2016 as one of the worst years in recent memory. Indeed, it seemed terrorist attacks, shootings, plane crashes, and other tragedies dominated the headlines on a daily basis. But according to this infographic, created by Knoema, the year 2016 may actually have been safer in 2016 than in 2015, with one notable exception. The date shows the frequency of some … [Read more...]
The United States is one of the top nations in the world when it comes to energy consumption. Home Advisor made this infographic to illustrate how residents of the U.S. use all of that power. It includes data such as which seven states use the most power; which five states have the highest average energy bills; and which five states have the lowest average energy bills. It also … [Read more...]
In addition to a multitude of state parks, the U.S. has 59 national parks, each with its own natural wonders worth exploring. Expedia made this infographic listing 12 of the best national parks to visit if you only have one day. The infographic outlines some recommendations on where to take a hike in each park; where in the park you’re likely to find a wild animal; where some … [Read more...]
Water is one of earth’s most precious resources. In recent years, amidst widespread drought, the debate about its preservation has reached a boiling point amongst politicians and citizens on both sides of the political spectrum. This infographic, made by Home Advisor, illustrates which states use the most water. It lists each state’s total population, along with the total … [Read more...]