Breathtaking footage captures moment lioness leaps directly at man in water. Warning: This video includes adult language.
Kevin Richardson is a world-renowned conservationist who is known for his work with lions and other large cat breeds. The "Lion Whisperer" has definitely had his share of amazing encounters with these remarkable creatures, but people may think he is in over his head in this clip posted by GoPro. The video starts with Richardson explaining that even lions in captivity have innate behaviors, such as creating a pride and hunting together. However, when Richardson decides he wants to go for a swim, everybody holds their breath when he calls the lioness in with him. For a split second, the shot is still frame, and it appears that the large cat is going to take him under water, but that's the furthest thing from what actually happened. Richardson expresses his amazement at how much the animal trusted him and how his connection with them is so incredibly strong.
Richardson's desire to help lions runs especially deep. Lullaby to elephant. Woman Is The Ultimate Cat Mum With Her 12-Cat Posse. Woman Is The Ultimate Cat Mum With Her 12-Cat Posse. Genuine Ruby Bangle Bracelet / 14k Gold Filled or by niccoletti. Run out of shaving cream?
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David James Weale was solo camping near Capilano River in North Vancouver last weekend when he woke up, stepped out for some fresh air, then went back to his tent to meditate. Then he heard footsteps outside the tent, and sat up to see a black bear about six metres away. "I was incredibly relaxed until he showed up.
He jumped and I jumped a little bit," Weale told The Huffington Post Canada. Nothing To See Here Except 25 Orphaned Bear Cubs Eating Apples. There’s more to this video than a bunch of fruit-snacking baby bears in northern British Columbia.
The Northern Lights Wildlife Society released the short clip of their furry residents on Tuesday to thank donors who have given money or food to build a new bear enclosure. “Here’s what we do with your support,” reads the caption for a video showing 25 bear cubs blissfully chomping on donated apples. The young animals in the video are mostly twins or triplets. All of them are orphans. Nothing To See Here Except 25 Orphaned Bear Cubs Eating Apples. This Striped And Spotted Cat's Fur Is Mesmerizing The Internet. Let This Little Family Convince You How Adorable Skunks Really Are. Break - Timeline.
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“Most times the wolf is there, then gone, like a ghost,” said Wesley Liikane, a Severn Bridge photographer. He snapped a picture of an Algonquin wolf when he was hiking in the southern part of Algonquin Park. With fewer than 500 left in Ontario (or somewhere between 250 to 1,000 – nobody knows for sure), the majority of wolves live in the park’s protected forest, says a provincial report.
Some roam in the regions surrounding Algonquin, like Muskoka, but it’s unknown how many have survived hunting and trapping, habitat loss and road-related mortalities. In June, the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry upgraded the status of Algonquin wolves from a species ‘of special concern’ to ‘threatened.’
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The geese have taken up residence inside a large planter atop the Churchill Exchange Building on the corner of 102nd Avenue and 100th Street. The birds showed up on the expansive rooftop patio overlooking Churchill Square in early April, and immediately began building a nest of twigs and down. Resident Rob Heath says a nesting pair occupy the balcony every year, but he's uncertain whether these are the same geese. "I don't think it's these two that have come before — I think it's been their parents. But these two were looking for a place to nest, and they decided to become our neighbours.
" Heath, who ganders at his new neighbours every morning through his sliding patio doors, is looking forward to the day when the tiny collection of opal eggs becomes a gaggle of goslings. "They're quite noisy, especially in the mornings. Moosic: (n.) Moose music. As I lay in... - Britta Schroeder. Facebook. 8 Bears Forever Canada Public Group. 8 Bears Forever Canada Public Group. Untitled. Mark Dumas is a professional animal photographer.
He trains animals for films and works them extensively to make sure they are camera-ready. When he was hired to photograph a polar bear named Agee, something stunning happened. Agee, a female polar bear cub, was the eleventh bear cub in her family. With so many other siblings to tend to, her mother failed to provide enough care for Agee. As a result, Mark stepped in to raise Agee, and after spending 18 years together, the two share an unbreakable bond and relationship. The two love each other, and it’s highly evident.
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