The Smithsonian’s Wild project uses advanced automated cameras to capture images of animals in their natural habitats as they go about their day. It’s a much better kind of specimen than a dead, stuffed animal.
As any dog owner can attest, injuries to canine legs are some of the most common and painful afflictions to befall our four-legged friends. Although dogs usually manage to adapt to their new situation, some dog owners often decide to put an injured dog to sleep rather than subject him to a life of perceived misery. That wasn't acceptable to Israeli industrial design student Nir Shalom, who has designed a concept called Amigo, a lightweight, durable walking aid for dogs who have lost the use of their hind legs.
Mark Zuckerberg may not be Ted Nugent. But he's pledging to kill everything he eats. But what if the philosophy extended to his human (and business) rivals as well? Perhaps this illustrated field guide will help the tech world's most ambitious Eagle Scout better know his prey when he encounters it in the wild.