Animals and Pets
Can polar bears love? It seems so! Read this story about Szenja who died soon after SeaWorld took her life long companion away.
A Magellanic penguin that migrates from Patagonia and a retired bricklayer in a Brazilian fishing village have struck up an unusual friendship.
According to Wildlife SOS Elephant Conservation and Care Center, a cold front is moving across northern India and everyone is beginning to feel the chill – including wildlife. To protect the sanctuary’s pachyderm residents, activists in the nation have volunteered to knit giant sweaters to keep the previously abused mammals warm and protected.
Let’s face it, dogs are our gurus. Find out the 8 key lessons one man learned from his furry best friend.
Watch this stunningly beautiful drone footage of a paddleboarder’s encounter with two whales shot just off Fourth Beach near Esperance, a coastal town in Western Australia.
Think black cats are bad luck? These pictures will change your opinion forever!
Need a smile? Enjoy this unbelievable video of a manatee hanging out with a surprised paddleboarder.
Watch with awe as Animal Communicator, Anna Breytenback telepathically communicates with an abused and aggressive black panther named Diablo (Devil). You’ll be convinced of the authenticity of Anna’s work when you see her share communication from Diablo that only his new caretakers could know.
An orphaned Gorilla named Parry will never again have to endure life alone. And, his delightful reaction to being introduced to another gorilla clearly conveys how excited he is about the prospect.
Marc Ching is relentless in his quest to put an end to the barbaric Yulin Dog Meat Festival. Sometimes he sneaks into slaughterhouses pretending to be a buyer, and other times he’s successful in persuading owners of the establishments to stop their cruel activities.
Every time the baby gets fussy, the horse reaches over and gives the cradle a rocking. The mare’s patience and focus is heartwarming, and we’ll bet you agree.
This 20 year old video also shows a gorilla named Binti Jua carrying the limp boy, who fell into the zoo exhibit, to the paramedics while zookeepers spray water from above to keep the other gorillas in the exhibit from interfering.
Harambe pulled up the boy’s pants before dragging him away from the shouting and screaming crowd, likely frightened and/or agitated by the ruckus. Now, a new video has surfaced showing that Harambe was also holding the boy’s hand prior to being shot.