To celebrate the Halloween weekend, naturalist Mark Fraser presents a look at creatures of the night.
"Often we wonder about the sounds we hear at night," he said, explaining that sometimes we're frightened by what we can hear, but not see.
"Is it a monster? Is it a Vampire? There are actual creatures of the night and they are 100% real! The truth is they are not species you should be afraid of at all," he said.
"They are nocturnal animals trying to survive and adapt to the changing environment and ever-shrinking habitat.
Did you know:
Vampire bats are real. In fact, I saw them in the wild many years back in Central America – very cool!
Some creatures like raccoons and coyotes behave as if they are nocturnal yet can be active at any time."
To read more about Mark's adventures and to learn how you can help protect the environment, please visit Mark's website.
To find out about the Pacific Garbage Patch, mentioned in the video, please join Mark at his educational site, Garbage Patch Cleaner.