Ugh, why can’t all offices have a family of foxes living in them?
Nature, you’re just beautiful.
Alt title: “Nation Surprised To Discover Cats Are Jerks.”
Photographer Annie Marie Musselman’s touching series of photographs taken at Sarvey Wildlife Care Center. (via petapixel.com)
Fu Hu turned two years old and went nuts on his birthday.
Why aren’t these everywhere?
More inter-species affection to thaw your cynical heart. Tinsel the turkey was thrown off a truck and rescued on the side of a highway in Britain. When he was brought to the Nuneaton and Warwickshire Wildlife Sanctuary, he instantly took a shine to a female deer by the name of Bramble. Now the two are inseparable, even sleeping together.
A mountain lion, grizzly bear and monkey were the only animals still running loose after being set free from an exotic-animal preserve, an Ohio sheriff said Wednesday, as authorities tried to piece together why the preserve’s owner apparently released dozens of animals before committing suicide.
Nailed it. This panda, born in captivity a year ago, has never seen a human face. Instead, his caretakers have always approached him while wearing totally realistic panda suits. Click the image for the full story and more pictures. (via shortlist.com) View Image ›
Baby lions will one day become ferocious kings of the jungle that could easily devour you. But that certainly isn’t the case with these little ones just yet. View List ›
The National Wildlife Federation’s 39th annual photography competition ended with some really stunning photos. This particular photo was taken by Robert M. Palmer, the grand prize winner in the professional category. Click through for some other amazing photos. View Image ›
If you even think about giving the bears your Big Mac you now know what we’ll do to them. View Image ›
Forget all the cute, in perhaps not the most kind act toward animals, this camera catches a snake regurgitating it’s dinner: A HIPPO. Watch Video ›
Eighteen Alaskan scientists are on a mission to exterminate an enormous population of Norway rats that have overtaken Rat Island, a tiny island at the end of the Aleutian chain. Read More ›