How to Draw a Gorilla
Gorillas belong to the order Primates and are the relatives of chimpanzees, lemurs, monkeys, etc. These animals come from the forests of Central Africa and feed on their vegetation. Considered related to human beings, their DNA matches almost 99% to that of humans.How to Draw a Platypus
Platypus is a semi aquatic, monotreme (an egg laying mammal), shy nocturnal animal found all over Australia and in parts of Tasmania. This odd-looking animal has a duck billed face, a beaver like tail, feet like otter, and venom spur in its hind legs. It lives in burrows, which he digs with his sharp claws on the banks of rivers or lakes. He generally swims to find his food that includes worms, insects, snails, and small fish.How to Draw an Orangutan
The intelligent orangutans belong to the family of apes and are the natives of Southeast Asia. Primarily, they inhabit the rainforests of Malaysia and Indonesia. They are herbivores that mostly feed on sugary fruits. These animals are large, but peaceful in nature. On an average, orangutans grow to about 4 ft. to 5 ft. in height, with the males being taller than the females.How to Draw a Porcupine
Porcupines belong to the Order Rodentia and are the relative of rats, squirrels, etc. However, they have a marked distinction in terms of appearance. They have long spines, instead of fur on their skin. It is a defense mechanism for these peaceful herbivores.Understanding the Intricacies of Macro Video
Inexperienced videographers make the mistake of thinking that the way to film a small object is to zoom into it. A camera’s zoom control is to film far objects, not small objects.