Christmas Island Red Crab


Christmas Island is an Australian territory in the Indian Ocean known for its famous residents – found no where else in the world – the Christmas Island Red Crabs.

Christmas Island Red Crabs are around 4.5 inches (11.6 cm) and commonly found in the island rainforests. (see image…)

Polar Bear


Perhaps one of the most iconic animals of the Arctic, it is the largest of its species and the largest carnivore on land. Females weigh between 300 – 550 lbs. (120 – 250kg) and can be up to 8 feet (2.4m) tall when standing, while males can weigh as much as 1500 lbs. (680kg) and stand up to 10 feet (3m) tall. This powerful predator is the Polar Bear. (see image…)

Mermaids In The Mangroves


Often found in slow moving rivers, canals, estuaries and coastal waters, they are the only herbivorous animal to live their entire lives in water. These rather graceful creatures are at home in both fresh and salt water but most commonly found in the brackish waters of inter-coastal waterways – though they do need frequent access to warmer fresh water found in inland rivers.

The species found in Florida (…read more)

Winning Design


I am very excited to announce that my original custom design “Animals Of Madagascar” was the First Prize Winner in the Sock It To Me Design A Sock Contest 2018!

After more than 11,000 entries from 90 countries, my submission was chosen as one of 30 designs to be featured at https://www.sockittome.com/ for one week of open public voting. Following the voting period, the top ten finalists were critiqued by the Sock It To Me judges according to the contest criteria and I was fortunate to be selected as the First Place Winner!

As a result, my design will be produced as an actual pair of socks and made available for purchase through the Sock It To Me web store and many of their retailers. (…read more)

One Horned Wonder


Found in the floodplain grasslands and woodlands of India and Nepal, these enormous creatures can weigh up to 6,000 pounds but are surprisingly swift and nimble. The Indian Rhinoceros can charge at speeds of 25 mph. Though possessing poor eyesight, the Indian Rhino (like other rhino species) has sharp hearing and a keen sense of smell. These solitary animals are (read more)