Baby Zebra Comforts Orphaned Rhino Calf And Helps Her Heal

In the wild, Daisy and Modjadji would never have met. But at the Care For Wild Rhino Sanctuary, the baby rhino and young zebra have become unlikely friends and are helping each other heal. CARE FOR WILD RHINO SANCTUARY In early December, rangers found Daisy alone and struggling in Kruger National Park, South Africa. Daisy was just a few hours old and incredibly weak, so her rescue

How Come Capybaras Get Along So Well With Other Species?

These peaceful little guys (who are the largest rodents in the world) are called capybaras, and they get along extremely well with literally every other animal species. Including humans. How come? Well, it certainly doesn’t have to do with the fact that they eat their own waste. No, what it probably has to do with is their incredible inner peace. Just look at this.

A 10-Ton Whale Was Found in the Amazon Rainforest and Scientists Are Baffled

A 36-foot-long whale (yes, a whale) was recently discovered in Brazil’s remote jungle, miles from its natural habitat, when scavenging vultures alerted local officials with their screeching. Image credit: Bicho D’agua Institute/Facebook It’s no news that the Amazon rainforest teems with life, but one recent discovery left even seasoned wildlife experts and biologists baffled. In the underg

Wild Lioness Spotted Nursing a Leopard Cub for the First Time Ever

Photographs released from a Tanzanian wildlife area show a leopard cub suckling on a lioness. Yes, you have read that right. An incredibly rare sight: A 5-year-old lioness, fitted with a GPS collar so that researchers can track her, feeds a leopard cub in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area in Tanzania. Photo: Joop van der Linde/Ndutu Safari Lodge via AP The photographs were take

World Tiger Population Has Grown by 40% Since 2015, Conservation Group Finds

Published right before International Tiger Day (in the Year of the Tiger), a surprise report from the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) estimates that the population of tigers has increased by 40% since 2015, and is now anywhere between 3,726 to 5,578 worldwide. This means that there are more tigers than we previously knew about – a result of monitoring improvements. Accord

Orphaned Elephant Stands Alone – 5 Million Have Watched The Moment An Entire Herd Adopts Him

Babies need care and compassion if they want to thrive. This is true of both humans and animals; we all need our families to comfort us and help us grow. Unfortunately, sometimes we are separated from our mothers. That is what happened to a baby elephant named Dok Geaw. He is one year and nine months old, and until recently he was completely alone. This little guy was rescued and brought back

The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2022 Present 15 Of The Funniest Entries So Far

Without a doubt, photography is the universal language of our time. Digitally saved or printed out and stacked away to reminisce over later – everyone's got plenty of images they hold dear to their heart. It grants us the ability to immortalize moments and revisit memories from the past; we're able to take a trip down memory lane and remember what life was like when we hadn't lost the one

Rhino Poachers Eaten Alive By Pride Of Lions In South African Game Reserve

Staff at a South African reserve found the bloodied head and limbs of at least two poachers who broke in to hunt rhinos. The suspected poachers strayed into a large pride of lions, the owner of the reserve said. Photo: RayMuzyka Over the last few years, the Sibuya Game Reserve near the town of Kenton-on-Sea in south-eastern South Africa has faced several acts of intrusion by

Birds Of The Arctic: Exotic Birds And Seabirds I Captured On My Trip To The Arctic Ocean (30 Pics)

I've always been fond of birds, but picking up wildlife photography gave this passion an entirely new dimension. Now I'm planning my trips for bird watching and taking pictures. That includes trying to find places where I can not only see all types of birds but also create spectacular images. I come from France, but I fell in love with Finland while studying here. I've lived in Helsinki for

28,000-Year-Old Woolly Mammoth Cells Brought Back To Life By Scientists

Cells from a woolly mammoth that died around 28,000 years ago have begun showing “signs of life” during a groundbreaking scientific experiment. Image credit: Kindai University The young woolly mammoth was dug out of Siberian permafrost in 2011. With the species being extinct for about 4,000 years, finding such a relatively intact specimen was big news – particularly sin