As we’re all aware, this year Game of Thrones was smashing more than gilted viper’s heads. The show not only topped its own cross-platform season average but also overtook The Sopranos as HBO’s most watched show. Records were being gouged out all over the place but now George R.R. Martin’s popular creation can sit on another, slightly more dubious throne. Entertainment Weekly are repo
Satao lived in Tsavo East National Park in southeast Kenya and was celebrated as one of the last surviving great tuskers, bearers of genes that produce bull elephants with huge tusks reaching down to the ground. This news follows hard on the heels of the slaughter of another legendary tusker, Mountain Bull, deep inside the forests of Mt. Kenya. Of all the elephants that have died in Kenya, th
He is the smallest cat of world! • His name is Mr. Peebles • He is 2 years old. • He got its 6.1-inch (15.5 cm) high and 19.2-inch (49 cm) long size from a genetic defect that stops growth. • He looks like a kitten • He has certification of world’s smallest cat from The Guinness Book of World Records!
Chances are you won't see these rare animals at the local zoo because their population is down to the last hundreds. In some cases, it's much worse than that with only a couple left. Some of these animals you've never heard of but others on the verge of extinction are related to animals you know and love—like certain types of tigers, frogs, leopards, turtles, dolphins, etc. In 10 years, they m
Residents have begun killing and eating dogs early in celebration of the summer solstice in a bid to avoid protests by animal rights campaigners. Some residents of the southern Chinese city of Yulin started gathering last weekend and eating dog meat and lychees to celebrate the longest day of the year, ahead of Saturday's actual solstice, state media reported. The locals wanted to avoid protests
Spending hours in front of the computer can get lonely, but not for one Japanese illustrator who keeps an owl quite literally at hand. His northern white-faced owl sits on his hand as he works on his tablet, and the bird has no trouble readjusting when his handy perch suddenly moves quickly across the computer screen.
Lions, tigers and bears are the kind of apex predators that instill fear in the hearts of most humans. But at the Myrtle Beach Safari and Wildlife Preserve, one unlikely animal trio is warming visitors hearts with their friendship and unusual workout. Nahma the white tiger, Bam Bam the lion and Maximus the grizzly bear were raised together at the South Carolina preserve and consider each other s