§. Facts About Hickeys You Must Know. Twitter. Thomas Neil Rodriguez's dog Poh passes away after completing bucket list adventure. The terminally ill dog who warmed hearts across the nation as he completed a cross-country bucket list adventure has passed away. Thomas Neil Rodriguez and his fiancee Goumada didn't think Poh would make it two weeks after two large tumors discovered in his abdomen were deemed inoperable by veterinarians. But Poh held on for nearly an entire year, in which he traveled 40,000 miles back and forth across the country, dipped his paws in four different bodies of water and even saw his owners get married.
Poh, the terminally ill dog who warmed hearts across the nation as he completed a cross-country bucket list adventure, has passed away Poh held on for nearly an entire year, in which he traveled 40,000 miles back and forth across the country and even saw owners Thomas Rodriguez and Goumada (pictured) get married Rodriguez shared this snap on Instagram, which he wrote was the final time he and Goumada held Poh's paws while he was still alive And this snap was Poh's final nap with Goumada.
Adorable albino echidna and rare white kookaburra are the best of friends. It has been a challenging winter season... - International Wolf Center. @AlinaDal_F So sweet Alina.. Many thanks my best friend.. Hugs and kisses♥️□□ §. Twitter. Twitter. Twitter. Twitter. @rwallace67 @StormHour @TweetCanberra Sharing a cold afternoon from Toronto. Red throated hummingbird by bergvind. Adelie penguins group dive, Antarctic Peninsula. #Beluga whales tracked during hunting to reveal never-before-seen foraging patterns.
An adorable yawning Elephant Shrew! The wonderful wildlife of Kenya's Maasai Mara, in pictures. Woman saves baby elephant's life and now he won't let her out of his sight. 14-month-old elephant Moyo follows his foster mum Roxy Danckwerts everywhere. Which is adorable, but not great news for the soft furnishings. Moyo was saved from drowning at just a few days old after he was washed away while trying to cross a flooded river with his herd.
He was then abandoned by the older elephants but, luckily, rangers found him just as a pack of hyenas had him surrounded. He was taken to the Wild Is Life animal sanctuary in Zimbabwe, where he became very attached to founder Roxy. So attached that he won’t let her out of his sight. Here he is bowling onto the veranda to say hello. Mind the plant Moyo. We think the springs have gone in that sofa. Snaffling all the crisps. He’s outgrown the house (obviously) but still likes to help mum Roxy in the kitchen. ‘She is one of those animals with whom I have formed an extraordinary bond of friendship, trust and love. Who’s going to tell Moyo he has to move out? Watch his full story here: Those 20 Unique Images Will Make You Love Dogs Even More! If you don't like dogs before then that would change after you have seen these dogs with unusual markings.
These gave them the looks that set them apart from other dogs you won't be able to resist them, no matter what you do! See for yourself! 1. This dog has a natural monocle and a beautifully dotted nose. 2. This is an all-white Bernese Mountain dog - very rare on his breed. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. ClickLike Sponsored Content:Sponsored Content:Sponsored Content:Sponsored Content:Sponsored Content: Cole & Marmalade – Welcome Cat People! Kekoa the giant timber wolf plays with wildlife worker and even licks her face
When a wolf has its face next to yours you have good reason to be petrified. This is not the case however for wildlife worker Danielle who loves playing with the 8-year-old timber wolf, Kekoa. A video released by the Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center shows the girl and wolf happily interacting in the snow; he even licks her face! Adorable wolf showers wildlife worker with kisses in snow Loaded: 0% Progress: 0% MinimizeExpandClose Kisses! But you're so tasty! Kekoa is originally from the Seacrest Wolf Preserve in Florida and came to Colorado with his sister Sakara.
His name means Brave One in native American. 'Kekoa is a handsome young male with a sweet personality, which is good because he loves to greet visitors with wolf kisses,' his biography on the center's site says. 'When he puts his paws on an other person's shoulders he towers at about 7 feet.' Danielle shows no fear as she plays with Kekoa. Uploaded on to Facebook, the video has now been viewed nearly 7,000,000 times.
Canada Strikes Landmark Deal to Protect Over 9 Million Acres of Rainforest. @salehhadisalem تبكي ولدها …وتشكي أنظروا لعينيها…بكائه وفمهايتمتم سبحانه تحتضن صاحبها…وتصيح #أتقوا_الله_بالأم_راعوها. Look who's stepping outside! #BeiBei ventured into the yard with Mei Xiang for the first time today□ #WeSaveSpecies. Omg I love elephants □□ Look At These Tiny Meerkat Pups Exploring The Outside World For The First Time. Watch This. Watch This. Facebook. I'm a horseaddict. Baby Animals - Photos du journal. ForestEthics. Twitter. Happy day□ Happy day□ Rare black fox takes on hot-blooded red rival in fierce fight...over a vixen. The black fox and red vixen faced off on a shed roof in Hounslow, LondonWhen the red male padded into view of the black fox, he leapt into actionTrevor Williams, of charity The Fox Project, said: 'In 27 years and dealing with some 10,000 foxes we have never had a black fox brought in' By Alison Smith-squire For The Daily Mail Published: 22:42 GMT, 29 January 2016 | Updated: 18:05 GMT, 30 January 2016 It's the mating season – and for this rare black fox it meant a fierce fight with a red rival over a vixen.
The black fox, one of only a handful in Britain, and the red vixen were on a shed roof in Hounslow, West London, when the other male began howling next door. Realising they had unwanted company, the vixen appeared to retreat. But the black fox, whose colouring is caused by a genetic defect, went to investigate. And when the red male padded into view, he went into action. What's that? Face off: There it encounters the red male, with its ears flat, back hunched and an angry snarl Fight! Rare black fox takes on hot-blooded red rival in fierce fight...over a vixen.
@70cemil @gulkag1998 i wish you a pleasent evening <3. Wolf in snow storm...□❄❄ Lioness helping her cub with its first steps. He's missing all the action! Bungling photographer fails to spot a VERY amorous display by a pair of rhinos. Photographer in Nairobi National Park completely missed a male rhino mounting a female in the backgroundWWF-UK’s Senior Producer Greg Armfield was visiting the Mara during a lion collaring expeditionHe was himself photographed seemingly completely oblivious to the animals in the background By Sara Malm for MailOnline Published: 17:18 GMT, 19 January 2016 | Updated: 17:22 GMT, 19 January 2016 This is the hilarious moment a photographer visiting the Nairobi National Park in Kenya completely misses a pair of rhinoceros going at it right behind him.
Greg Armfield, a senior producer with WWF-UK, can be seen lying down with his camera as a male rhino mounts a female right behind his back. Mr Armfield was visiting the Masai Mara for a lion collaring expedition, and was himself photographed seemingly completely oblivious to the animals in the background. The WWF-UK has been visiting the park to follow a rhino ranger as he and his team patrol the park. Video shows the friendship between baby elephant and his canine companion.
For hundreds of years it's been common knowledge that a dog is a man's best friend. But that relationship may be in danger judging by the bond between this pet and an orphaned baby elephant. The African bull calf, named Ellie, was rejected by his herd and was then adopted by the Thula Thula Rhino Orphanage in South Africa, where his budding friendship with resident dog Duma is helping him get back on his feet.
Ellie, pictured, was taken to Thula Thula Rhino Orphanage in South Africa after being abandoned by his herd Through his friendship with resident pet Duma, pictured, the elephant is now making a recovery The dog has become so protective of Ellie that staff say they struggle to separate the pair Their playful antics have been captured in a video uploaded to YouTube which has revealed even more tragedy behind Ellie's young life. Speaking to Earth Touch News, Karen Trendler, a rehabilitation and crisis response expert, said the elephant's interactions with Duma were key to his development.
Pout of Africa: Rhino appears to pucker up and blow a kiss for photographer Hilarious video footage shows wild beast make a move on passers-byLooks up to Sue Harwood's camera before seemingly blowing her a kissIts big red lips make it look like it's wearing lipstick for romantic encounter By Euan McLelland For MailOnline Published: 16:50 GMT, 28 January 2016 | Updated: 16:51 GMT, 28 January 2016 This hilarious footage appears to show a notoriously feisty rare black rhino blowing a kiss for the camera. The loveable rhino's bright red pout looks like it could have been painted on with lipstick, as he laps up the lens while out for a morning stroll.
Walking along without a care in the world, the huge animal puckers up while grazing at a private game reserve near Kruger National Park in South Africa. Pucker up! Loaded: 0% Progress: 0% MinimizeExpandClose He was making the moves on photographer Sue Harwood, from Johannesburg, who was on a game drive with her husband and youngest daughter when they bumped into the flirty tonne-weight beast. Pout of Africa: Rhino appears to pucker up and blow a kiss for photographer
Pout of Africa: Rhino appears to pucker up and blow a kiss for photographer LION jumps into a safari vehicle and climbs onto man's lap. This is the unsettling moment a lioness jumped into a safari vehicle before settling down on the lap of the man inside. The footage was captured at the Jugomaro Predator Park in Groblersdal, Mpumalanga, South Africa and featured a young lion named Laylie.
In the clip the fierce predator is seen climbing on top of the man, who appears relatively relaxed while at the controls of the buggy. Cat seat driver! Lion climbs into golf buggy with man Loaded: 0% Progress: 0% MinimizeExpandClose Brave: The athletic lioness named Laylie leaps onto the man's lap, who attempts to help her into the vehicle The lioness later jumps out of the vehicle before turning around and athletically leaping back onto the man's lap, who attempts to help her in.
He can be heard saying: 'You're getting too fat, girl,' as Laylie dives over the top of him and straight out the other side of the buggy. The lioness then becomes more energetic and leaps behind the man as he attempts to start the vehicle. Untitled. Twitter. This Selfie Taking Cat Takes Better Selfies Than You. Galapagos tortoise, a species in danger of extinction. Good morning for those who love Fauna.
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