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Rare white giraffes caught on camera for first time in history

A pair of extremely rare, white giraffes in Kenya have been captured on camera for the first time in recorded history! They are truly an incredible sight to behold. In the video below, a mother and child can be seen wandering around the Ishaqbini Hirola Conservancy. The giraffes both suffer from Leucism, which is a genetic condition which prevents pigmentation from taking place. Rumors had

Day 33: Such a good mom! Mae Noi gently checks on her baby as he is sleeping.

This incredible footage was recently posted to Facebook by Leslie A. Temanson, a former Program Director at Volunteer in Thailand with Friends for Asia. He captured the moment when a mother elephant gracefully decided to check on her son as he was sleeping. Elephants are capable of forming extremely deep family ties and live in close knit groups of related females, known as a herd. The gro

The Internet Is Cracking Up Over This Bear’s Reaction To This Couple Getting Married At The Zoo (3 Pics)

This couple decided to get married at Minnesota Zoo and ended up with some truly spectacular wedding photos, including getting hilariously photobombed by a Russian grizzly bear. The images, taken by Chris and Kristy Photography, have since gone viral as people can’t get enough of the bear’s outrageous facial expressions, it looks thoroughly unimpressed with the situation unfolding in front

Rangers find baby rhino making ‘heart-wrenching’ noises after seeing mom murdered by poachers

Year after year, outrage after outrage; it seems there will never be an end to poaching. There’s a bitter and sad truth to the fact that some species are being pushed to the very edge of extinction by trophy hunting. Take African rhinos for example, often killed for their horns and the money they can make on the black market. In one particularly tragic recent case, rescuers came across a m

Turtles Come Back To Indian Beach For The First Time In 20 Years After World’s Biggest Clean Up, Prove We Can Make A Difference

We are all very much aware of the suffering that we, as human beings, impose on the other species that inhabit our planet. Habitat destruction, over-exploitation, climate change and the introduction of invasive species have all contributed to what is rapidly becoming a sixth ‘mass extinction,’ and this time it’s all down to us. But what if we could successfully undo some of this damage, a

24-Year-Old Dominant Gorilla Meets A Tiny Creature In The Forest, And His Reaction Is Priceless

Ape Action Africa, a non-profit dedicated to the conservation of endangered gorillas, chimpanzees, and monkeys, was founded in 1996, but their ape inhabitants are still finding new ways to surprise these experienced caregivers. Recently, Bobo, a Western Lowland Gorilla that was rescued by the organization in the same 1996, made a new friend, and their relationship is probably the most unusual you

Husky Saves Deaf Hiker Who Fell 700 Feet Down Mountain

Twenty-one-year-old Amelia Milling loves hiking more than anything else. Milling is deaf, but she doesn’t let that stop her from going on incredible adventures around the world! In June 2018, Milling went to Alaska to complete the Crow Pass Trail in Chugach State Park. This was supposed to be a three-day hike, but unfortunately, four miles into the trek she slipped and fell down the side of

Elderly Elephant Starts Crying When Man Plays Piano For Her

Paul Barton is an English artist and pianist who love animals. In 1996, Barton decided he wanted to go on a new adventure, and so, he moved to Thailand. He only planned to spend three months in the country, but everything changed when he met his future wife, Khwan. Khwan is a wildlife artist and animal activist. Through her, Barton started getting more involved in the animal activism communi

Onlookers See A Circle Of Bubbles Appear In Water – Millions Are In Awe Of Following Moment

When on vacation in the beautiful Canadian rainforest, you’re probably already on the ready to experience some truly sublime sights and sensations. But the guests at Great Bear Lodge in British Columbia, Canada had a huge surprise waiting to greet them earlier this month. Picture this: you’re in your bathrobe, sleeping soundly or enjoying the quiet forest light sneaking into your room from

10+ Times Nature Made Us Say “NOPE” (WARNING: This List Might Be Too Scary For You)

While we as humans continue to try (and fail) to live in peace and harmony, it is worth remembering that the world around us is a brutal, unforgiving place. We have tamed our lives to such an extent that it is easy to turn a blind eye to the horrors of nature, sure, we as a species are far more damaging to our planet than all others put together, but let's not pretend that it's all sweetness an