Rooster vs. Cobra
Not even a cobra can come between this rooster and its flock.
These roosters are so funny and crazy!
These roosters are so funny and crazy!
SuperSoul Original Short: The Rooster Who Nearly Died and Rose Again Stronger Than Ever
Poodle Roo wouldn't return to his coop at night, and his keepers at Apricot Lane Farms couldn't figure out why. After all, the coop is a safe haven for roosters.
A Fossilised Skull Has Revealed When The Last 'Siberian Unicorn' Lived On Earth
For decades, scientists have estimated that the Siberian unicorn - a long-extinct species of mammal that looked more like a rhino than a horse - died out some 350,000 years ago , but a beautifully pre...
Draco Volans: The Tiny Dragon Discovered in Indonesia
As it turns out, dragons do exist. Well, these little guys technically aren’t dragons, but they are flying lizards, which seems pretty close. The tiny lizards are known as “Draco volans,” and over the...
York Boar Badge, as worn by supporters of King Richard III (c.1483)
Find out more about the York Boar Badge, as worn by the supporters of Richard III following his coronation in 1483. With only two ever found in Yorkshire the...
Griffin
The griffin, griffon, or gryphon (Greek: γρύφων, grýphōn, or γρύπων, grýpōn, early form γρύψ, grýps; Latin: gryphus) is a legendary creature with the body, tail, and back legs of a lion; the head ...
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Lion (heraldry)
The lion is a common charge in heraldry. It traditionally symbolises bravery, valour, strength, and royalty, because historically it has been regarded as the king of beasts.
As many attitudes (po...
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Winged sea caribou
The Winged Sea Caribou is a mythical creature featured on the heraldic coat of arms of the Federal Court of Canada (FCC).
In 2003, the Federal Court of Canada was recreated and separated from Fede...
Chechen wolf
The gray wolf (Chechen: Borz, pronounced [bo̞ɾz] or [bwoɾz]) is the national animal of the Chechen nation, and it is also the national embodiment. The national feeling of Chechens towards the wolf...
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A Fossilised Skull Has Revealed When The Last 'Siberian Unicorn' Lived On Earth
For decades, scientists have estimated that the Siberian unicorn - a long-extinct species of mammal that looked more like a rhino than a horse - died out some 350,000 years ago , but a beautifully pre...
Draco Volans: The Tiny Dragon Discovered in Indonesia
As it turns out, dragons do exist. Well, these little guys technically aren’t dragons, but they are flying lizards, which seems pretty close. The tiny lizards are known as “Draco volans,” and over the...
Enfield (heraldry)
The enfield is a fictitious creature sometimes used in heraldry, having the head of a fox, forelegs like an eagle's talons, the chest of a greyhound, the body of a lion, the hindquarters and tail of a...
Enfield (heraldry) - Wikipedia
Silvanus (mythology)
Silvanus (/sɪlˈveɪnəs/; meaning "of the woods" in Latin) was a Roman tutelary deity of woods and fields. As protector of forests (sylvestris deus), he especially presided over plantations and delighte...
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Leo Belgicus
Leo Belgicus, Latin for Belgic Lion, is both a heraldic device and was a popular design of map of the Low Countries (the current day Netherlands, Luxembourg and Belgium) drawn in the shape of a lion.<...
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Lion of Judah
The Lion of Judah is the symbol of the Jewish tribe of Judah. According to the Torah, the tribe consists of the descendants of Judah, the fourth son of Jacob. The association between Judah and the lio...
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Yale (mythical creature)
The yale or centicore (Latin: eale) is a mythical beast found in European mythology and heraldry. Most descriptions make it an antelope- or goat-like four-legged creature with large horns that it can ...
Yale (mythical creature) - Wikipedia
Catoblepas
The catoblepas (pl. catoblepones; from the Greek καταβλέπω, (katablépō) "to look downwards") is a legendary creature from Ethiopia, described first by Pliny the Elder and later by Claudius Aelianus. I...
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Biscione
The Biscione ([biʃˈʃone]; in Milanese as the Bissa), also known as the Vipera ("viper"), is a heraldic charge showing in argent an azure serpent in the act of consuming a human; usually a child and s...
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Rooster
A rooster, also known as a cockerel or cock, is a male gallinaceous bird, usually a male chicken (Gallus gallus).Mature male chickens less than one year old are called cockerels. The term "rooster" or...
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Calygreyhound
The calygreyhound is a mythical creature, that appears on Medieval heraldry. The de Vere family, who were the Earls of Oxford, used the calygreyhound in their coat of arms in the 15th and 16th centuri...
White boar
The White Boar was the personal device or badge of the English King Richard III of England (1452—1485, reigned from 1483), and is an early instance of the use of boars in heraldry. Livery badges were...
White boar - Wikipedia