These Dolphins Have Lost Their Minds With Excitement At The Sight Of A Sloth

It might seem that this period of self-isolation and quarantine due to the novel coronavirus brings mostly grim news. And while that might be true for some humans, nature and animals are most likely not complaining as they get to enjoy a little bit more freedom, especially those who are usually confined to their enclosures in the zoo. Shedd Aquarium in Chicago recently took their penguins on an

Fox Sleeping On A Tree Stump Makes The Day Of A Couple Stuck In Quarantine

My friend has this weird skill. He can doze off any time, any place. In a car, on a train, even at the dinner table while my dad is telling an army story. Turns out, this talent isn’t exclusive to people. Recently, Sara Ryan’s parents noticed a fox napping on a tree stump in front of their house. The couple have been social-distancing and don’t have pets, so a sight like this really made

Zookeepers Self-Isolate In A UK Wildlife Park For 3 Months To Take Care Of Animals

Many parts of the world are currently living in lockdown. While most have taken steps to isolate themselves in the comfort of their homes, others decided to do so by traveling out into the provinces to stay in their summer or garden houses. Yet others are making an unorthodox decision to self-isolate in their workplace. No, this isn’t an April Fool’s Day joke. And no, I’m not trying to sp

Orangutans Befriend Otters That Often Swim Through Their Enclosure At The Zoo Forming ‘A Very Special Bond’

The friendship between different animal species is always adorable to watch. This time, an unlikely friendship between a family of orangutans and some otters at a Belgian zoo has captured the internet’s attention (and its heart). The orangutans and otters first met when the staff at Pairi Daiza zoo in Brugelette ran the otters’ river through the orangutans’ enclosure. Ever since then, a w

Heartbreaking Footage Of Orangutan Fighting Back Against Excavator Destroying His Home

A brave Bornean orangutan was captured on video fighting off a machine digger in an attempt to save his home from Indonesion loggers. The desperate animal can be seen attempting to stop the excavator with his bare hands in the video shared on social media by the International Animal Rescue (IAR). In a scene reminiscent of a fight against an end-of-level boss in a video game, the orangutan tr

25 Animals That Look Like They’re About To Drop The Hottest Albums Of The Year

Funny animals, cute animals, fluffy animals - we've done it all. But never have we ever covered animals so serious like these guys. Now, The Grammys may have come and gone, but these beasts are already putting their game faces for new album covers to steal the awards next year. Hold on to your seat, Adele. We don't think it's a coincidence. These funny animals knew they were posing for their ho

Apparently, Dracula Parrots Are A Thing And They Might Be The Most Gothic Birds On Earth

When we think of parrots, we usually imagine them as green, red, or blue-colored birds. However, the world of parrots is a lot more diverse than you might think. After all, there are 393 different species of them that all are quite different from one another. From sulphur-crested cockatoos to bronze-winged parrots, these birds never cease to surprise us with their intelligence and beauty. But have

“Here Is A Toy So He Won’t Forget Me”: Boy Leaves His Helpless Puppy At A Shelter So His Dad Can’t Beat It

Sadly, the world is not always fun and bright. Sometimes hard decisions have to be made, even if they break your heart. A few days ago, this 12-year-old boy had to make one just like that. On February 13th, a shelter called Xollin found an adorable puppy at their doorstep with a letter from a boy. The shelter said on their Facebook page: “Someone left this dog at the door of the shelter, insi

First-Ever Video of Its Kind Catches a Puffin Using a Tool – To Scratch an Itch

Five years ago, on a remote island in Wales, University of Oxford scientist Annette L. Fayet spied a puffin doing something she had never seen before. The bird, floating on the seawater beneath a cliff, held a stick in its beak. It began to scratch its back with the stick - the puffin, as Fayet watched, was using a tool. Fayet, a puffin expert who studies how the birds migrate and feed, wrot

The World’s Only Venomous Primate Could Explain Why Humans Are Allergic to Cats

For those with a severe cat allergy, any location that harbours a pet feline can become a toxic no-go zone. Research on another tragically cute mammal now suggests this might be no accident of nature – cats really are trying to keep us away. A study on the world's only known example of a venomous primate has found a surprising similarity between a key protein in its armpit glands and the alle

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