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In our house presently we have 3 dogs and a really old cat. When I moved here from New York to BC, Canada I brought with me three cats. There were many years Cheryl and I had a house full of animals. 3 cats and three dogs. Down to four animals makes for such great entertainment at times. These picture are priceless. My poor cat Bo tries so hard to be close to our dogs but they appear to be scared of him. Probably a precedent my other 2 cats set through the years.
Trying out a new theme for our Blog. Still playing around with it but not sure I like it….any thoughts from those who have been around for almost an entire year?
When hurricane Hannah separated two white tigers from their mother, Anjana came to the Rescue.
Anjana, a chimp at TIGERS in South Carolina , became surrogate mom and playmate to the cubs, even helping with bottle feeding.
But here’s the truly amazing part: This is something Anjana does all the time, having helped raised leopard and lion cubs on several occasions. Continue reading
By Nick Enoch
It’s not the usual thing you’d expect to find in a kitchen – but these orphaned baby owls seemed right at home as they nestled in two cups.
The feathered pair were clearly having a hoot after moving into the home of their wildlife park keeper, Jimmy Robinson.
The six-week-old burrowing owlets, nicknamed Linford and Christie, were hatched in an incubator, and are now being hand-reared by Jimmy – who works at Longleat Safari Park in Wiltshire – and are given 24-hour care.
March 20, 2012 at 8:10pm | by AP
It’s a bold statement but these are the 15 greatest animal photobombs the Sifter could find around the web. Various list posts and Google image searches led us here. Further investigation on Tineye and Reddit allowed us to actually find the original source and authenticate over half of the images (there are a ton of Photoshopped animal photobombs online). We’d love your help identifying the original source of the other half
If you feel strongly about any glaring omissions let us know in the comments below! Now have a chuckle over these incredible animal photobombs!
Something to warm up your winter Blues! A must see cute cat video….plus I LOVE Dolphins and it’s always good to deviate from motorcycle news!
Cat and Dolphin playing together. Theater of the Sea, a marine animal park in Islamorada, Florida in 1997. The dolphins are Shiloh and Thunder and the cat is Arthur. http://www.theaterofthesea.com/
I am so envious of people who know photography. I lack an artistic side and it shows not only in my pictures I take but my poor video editing. I have an attention span of a gnat and really should learn to take the time to read and learn more about how to be a better photographer and videographer. When I come across pictures of nature, animals of any kind that make an impression on me I feel I need to share them. #47 breaks my heart. Enjoy!
Culture Buzz Here’s a collection of the best animal photojournalism of the year. It was a sad, funny, but overall cute year for animal photos.
What a cool video I stumbled upon of a tourist in Costa Rica and what he found out….again, if you love wildlife watch this video. There are such good people out there in this world!
Just because I Love any wild life even if it is in a zoo.
We are thrilled to announce the birth of a western lowland gorilla! The little female is the first of this species to be born at the zoo since 2005. The yet-to-be named newborn seems healthy, as does Bana, a 16-year-old first-time dam. Sire Kwan, a 22-year-old silverback, stays protectively close to both.
“Bana has taken very well to motherhood,” said Curator of Primates Maureen Leahy. “She is showing all of the signs of a doting new mom and is appropriately tender toward and watchful over her infant.”
From 1970 to 2005, 48 gorillas were born at Lincoln Park Zoo. Each precious new arrival—like this 49th one—reflects the zoo’s commitment to the conservation of this critically endangered species.
The newborn is on exhibit tomorrow within Lincoln Park Zoo’s Regenstein Center for African Apes. Until you can stop by to say hello, view the western lowland gorilla fact sheet here: http://bit.ly/t71ThR