Thursday, July 10, 2014

This Texas Cheerleader Likes Killing Lions and Smiling in Photos With Their Carcasses






How giraffes sleep

Booboo and friends live the guinea pig high life

Is the Emperor Penguin Marching Into Oblivion?

The Daily Wild: Nature’s Most Incredible Creatures

Drug lord's rogue hippos taking over Colombia

Parrot Who Was Among Last of Its Kind, Said to Have Inspired ‘Rio,’ Dies

The 50 Happiest Animals In The Entire World

19 Jumping Crocodiles That Should Be Shooting Hoops

Amazing Video: Inside the World's Largest Gathering of Snakes

The real tigers who came to tea - and stayed over

Q&A: Explorer Shivani Bhalla Helps People and Lions Coexist

Rise of the super rat

Unique Among Animals, Kangaroos Use Tail as Fifth Leg, Scientists Find




12 animals named after entirely different animals

Alaskan bear crashes boy's birthday party

Meet Gabriel the cuddly cheetah

First wild beavers spotted in England for 800 years could be trapped and put in zoo by Government

Sorry, that 'Bigfoot DNA' came from another animal

Fierce, Furry Fishers Are Expanding Their Range—and Bulk

Albatross Internet Darling Takes First Flight

Learn the art of meditation through wildlife watching

The global explosion of rats

This Texas Cheerleader Likes Killing Lions and Smiling in Photos With Their Carcasses

25 Of The Cutest Baby Animals Born This Year

Teaching an endangered zoo animal to love again

Giraffe legs' strong, skinny secret




A cane toad poised to take over the world

Have you seen the new puffin chick yet?

Bat recorded for the first time on St Kilda

17 Animals That Are Probably Older Than Your Grandparents

22 Photos That Prove Elephants Make The World A Better Place

Cuckoos' shameless egg-laying tactics revealed

Alpha-male bear facing castration as sexual dominance threatens population

Tiny elephant shrew is smallest of its kind

How polar bear cubs beat the summer heat

The week in wildlife – in pictures

Animal photos of the week: 4 July 2014

Baby bear euthanised by Swiss zoo amid public outrage will now be stuffed and displayed to teach children 'nature can be very cruel'

The drug that killed India’s birds of prey is coming to Europe – and we must stop it

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