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Woman Sets Up Bird Feeder Photo Booth to Capture Close-Ups of Feathered Friends

Birds have always been a symbol of freedom. But because of their liberating ability to fly, they seem so unreachable and mysterious to us. Luckily there is a way to meet with nature face to face and explore the beautiful feathered creatures in their natural setting without scaring them away or causing any harm. Lisa, who goes by the name Ostdrossel on her social media, has always been fascinate

Two Workers In Estonia Rescued “Dog” From Frozen Lake, Brought It To Shelter Without Knowing It Was A Wolf

Two kind-hearted construction workers from Estonia, who saved a frozen animal from the river, had the adventure of their lives this Wednesday. Rando Kartsepp, Robin Sillamäe and Erki Väli were all doing dredging work when they noticed what then looked like a dog trapped on the dam, swimming through the icy water of Parnu river. After clearing a path through the ice, they took the animal out of t

Award-Winning Photographer Captures Adorable Scenes In The Wilderness

Julian Rad, a wildlife photographer from Austria, shows the most lovable wildlife shots of squirrels, hamsters, and foxes that you’ve probably ever seen. I recently came across his work on Instagram and I instantly fell in love with his adorable, funny images. Back in 2015, he won the renowned Comedy Wildlife Photography Award with his image of a running hamster, titled "Rush hour". We watch

Do Stoned Dolphins Give ‘Puff Puff Pass’ A Whole New Meaning?

The BBC will be airing a cool new underwater documentary on Thursday called Dolphins: Spy in the Pod, where carefully disguised cameras were used to film the daily lives of everyone’s favorite marine mammals. But the most interesting detail seems to have been leaked on Sunday: during the documentary, some of the dolphins reportedly used a pufferfish to get stoned. “Even the brightest huma

Photographer Sets Up Camera Traps To Photograph The Black Leopard In Africa For The First Time In 100 Years

Never was Will Burrard-Lucas so happy a black cat has crossed his path. His cameras’ path, to be more exact. Will has been a full-time wildlife photographer since 2010 and in 2013 he even founded Camtraptions Ltd to turn his inventions for the craft into products for other professionals. And all of his hard work has perfectly reflected in one of his most recent shoots. In Laikipia, Kenya, o

This Zoo in China Puts Visitors in Cages and Lets Animals Roam Free

As a child, I never liked zoos or circuses because I couldn’t understand what was so fun in watching caged and humiliated animals. Now, as an adult, I believe that animal captivity is wrong to the core since other species have the same rights for life and freedom as we do. There’s been much debate on the animal captivity lately, and it makes sense why – keeping wild creatures in cages i

Baby Tortoises Found on Galapagos Island For The First Time in Over 100 Years

It’s been more than a century since even a single baby tortoise was sighted on the Galapagos island of Pinzón. The recent birth of these little shelled babies are a step in the right direction to help pull these beautiful, but critically endangered animals back from the edge of extinction, after years of human activity nearly laying the population to waste. “I’m amazed that the tortoi

Canada Passes A Bill That Bans The Captivity Of Dolphins And Whales

Cetaceans like dolphins and whales will no longer be kept in Canadian aquariums after the government passed a bill that prohibits their captivity. The bill, S-203, was first proposed in 2015, and it was finally passed after three years of intense legislative battles. With the bill in effect, Canada has taken another step towards becoming more environmentally responsible. The most uplifting th

Daring duo approach angry animal stuck in bear trap, watch the fight this creature puts up

The beautiful bobcat is mainly found in North America, although it’s habitat is thought to stretch to the far south of Mexico. It’s been around for 1.8 million years and adapts well to any surroundings, being an expert hunter wherever it chooses as home. At the same time it’s a wild animal and rarely has any interaction with humans. So the video you’re about to see is pretty speci

Meet The Maine Coon Cat Who’s Taking The Internet By Storm

Meet Lotus: a gigantic Maine Coon cat who’s the size of a child! Maine Coon cats are the largest breed of domestic cats—they typically keep growing until they’re about four years old. Male Maine Coon cats usually weigh around 15 to 25 pounds and are about 40 inches long. Female cats also typically grow to be about 40 inches long, and they can weigh anywhere from 10 to 15 pounds. Lotu

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