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3 weeks ago 1600
Take your hand and dig deep into your pocket. What do you find? I’ll have you know that I plucked out some candy that I snuck into the movie theater, but that’s nowhere near as exciting as the contents of this vet’s shirt pocket.
According to Daily Mail, the vet, Laura Ellison, has tons of online followers who adore her wildlife photos and videos.
In the video below, posted on March 29, 2017, Laura hits record and...
2 months ago 895
What a wonderful world we live in!
5 months ago 3676
Few snakes are feared more and understood less than the Anaconda. The film shows the journey into remote and uncharted parts of the Amazon rainforest to .
There are currently millions of snakes in existence. They reside on all continents except Antarctica, and within most bodies of water on the planet. All of them .
National Geographic Wild National Geographic Wild 2015 A member of the boa family, South America's green anaconda...
5 months ago 13781
Burmese pythons have an established permanent breeding population in South Florida and belong to the "new" apex predators of the Everglades today. Top predators like the american crocodiles and american alligators prey regularly on all kinds of reptiles, including pythons. An adult alligator will have little trouble to overpower, kill and eat any juvenile and in some cases even an adult constrictor. Nevertheless, a fully grown...
5 months ago 17569
The ocean is rife with deadly creatures. Yet, while ginormous sharks usually come to mind, the deadliest animals in the ocean are often quite small. Two of the most dangerous creatures in the ocean are sea snakes and stonefish. Sea snakes are among the most venomous snakes in the world, and stonefish are among the most venomous fish in the world. Neither animal is larger than a baby shark. So what happens when these two highly venomous...
5 months ago 18495
King cobras have earned their fearsome reputation as a deadly snake whose bite contains enough venom to kill a man. In some cases, people have died less than thirty minutes after being bitten, and those who survive have reported that it’s extremely painful to endure. Even more astounding is the fact that their bite is capable of killing elephants in just a few hours. While king cobras usually prefer to avoid humans, contact with them is...
5 months ago 2631
Parrots are awesome pets! They get very attached to their owners, so when a new member of the family comes into the picture, you have to introduce them accordingly.
Such is the case when a newborn baby comes into the household. This can be a delicate situation, as the parrot may begin to feel abandoned or ignored if all the attention is going towards the infant. This can lead to negative behavior to take place, so it’s always good...
5 months ago 3421
While many people love going to the zoo or circus, they don’t realize that not every organization treats the animals in their shows and exhibits correctly.
While there are many zoos and sanctuaries across the world who put in extra care to make sure their animals get the best lives possible, that isn’t the case across the board.
As you have probably heard before, many animals live in tiny cages and deplorable conditions...
5 months ago 3770
There is absolutely no doubt that most mothers have an instinct to protect their own, but that also applies to other babies as well. Mothers just have an instinct to care for, and protect, children. This applies not only to human beings, but mothers of all kinds. When it comes to wild animals, however, that instinct is generally kept to their species. Recently, though, one lioness defied what we assume to be common knowledge and did the...
5 months ago 6350
It’s illegal for you to keep wild animals as pets in Brazil. But despite what the law may say, Dindim comes to live with his best friend, whom he met on the beaches of Brazil, every year since 2011.
71-year-old retired bricklayer and part time fisherman Joao Pereira de Souza found Dindim, a South American Magellanic penguin, covered in oil and close to death. When De Souza nursed him back to health, however, he found that Dindim...
6 months ago 1849
The Indian government has declared a national emergency, as air pollution in its capital, New Delhi, has reached levels more than 16 times the safe limit.
Now, more than 1,800 schools have closed down in an effort to keep children indoors, and middle-class professionals and expats have started to migrate out of the city. Delhi’s chief minister, Arvind Kejriwal even went so far as to call the city a "gas...
6 months ago 1937
Despite setting three alarms on three separate devices, I still managed to miss watching live the first episode of BBC One's Planet Earth 2.
I have now wasted the opportunity to join the live Twitter conversation while watching nature at its finest. However, I can settle for catching up on iPlayer as Sir David Attenborough narrates some of the most incredible spectacles this planet has ever seen.
The first episode is looking into...
6 months ago 1396
When we adopt our pets, that’s us saying we will love and protect them forever.
And that’s usually what we end up doing. Whether it’s making sure they don’t run away and get themselves into trouble, making sure they have something to eat and somewhere to sleep, or simply cuddling them when they’re sick.
Because we all know TLC is all we need after a doctor’s appointment.
But when you think about...
6 months ago 2240
Warning: Graphic Content
Discovering how your partner is cheating on you is definitely a painful experience—and apparently, in other species too. This penguin just realized his wife was cheating on him, and things get bloody violent!
Naturally, the husband flips out and immediately attacks the home wrecker. An epic fight ensues and both men draw blood. They attack each other with their flippers/fins, which are actually...
6 months ago 6427
Mother Nature is full of surprises.
Meet the Clathrus archeri, a freakish type of mushroom also known as “devil’s fingers” — and when you see it, you’ll totally understand the nickname.
Native to New Zealand, Tasmania and Australia, devil’s fingers looks more like an alien creature than any mushroom I’ve ever seen before.
Most mushrooms are produced aboveground on soil, but devil’s...