A mother’s sorrow: Macaque monkey spends days carrying her dead newborn baby in heartbreaking display of grief

This is the heartbreaking moment a female macaque monkey cradled her dead baby in her arms. The grief-stricken mother spent days carrying around the tiny newborn at Tangkoko Nature Reserve and National Park in Sulawesi, Indonesia. She could be seen tenderly cradling her baby - before fending off a male macaque who tried to reach out and touch it. Heartbreaking: A female macaque cradles her

Happy Pigs Swimming Are Already Bizarre But When You Hear How They Got There… WOW!

f you’re still waiting for pigs to fly, how about watching them swim in the crystal clear waters of the Bahamas? And when you hear how these happy hogs got there you’ll be even more amazed! These pampered pigs live in a lap of luxury on their own tiny private island in the Bahamas where they relax in the shade during the day and take a dip in the crystal clear ocean when it gets too hot.

The toughest beef in the world! Buffalo manages to fight off an entire pride of lions in front of astonished safari tourists

Following the pride: Lions in Tanzania spot a herd of buffalo in the distance and start walking in their direction. A safari vehicle is stationary as the predators walk past Terrified tourists watched helplessly as a pride of deadly lions pounced on a buffalo. But during the vicious attack, the animal miraculously managed to escape. Eleven lions targeted and attacked the buffalo in Tanzania

Couple starved their pet dog Lola for SIX WEEKS… making her so thin you ‘could see every bone in her body’

These stark pictures clearly show the ravages of poor Lola's body after her own owners starved her for six weeks. The animal's spine, ribs and leg bones are clearly visible after Jennifer Plater and Michael Knight's shocking display of ill treatment of the weimaraner breed. Plater, 39, and her 40-year-old partner failed to turn up at court to face joint charges of causing unnecessary suffering t

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Don’t worry, it just means he loves me: Polar bear trainer’s jaw-dropping photos

Grizzly man Mark Abbot Dumas is the only man in the world who can touch a polar bear. The fearless animal trainer even goes for dip in a swimming pool where he and 16-year-old polar bear Agee enjoy a watery cuddle together. Back on dry land he wrestles with the 60-stone (800lb) beast in her enclosure and bravely lets Agee clamp her huge jaws around his head. Mouthy: Agee clamps her jaws

The Amazing Mating Dance of the Peacock Spider

This is the peacock spider Maratus volans. Jürgen Otto was the first to film this spider's mating dance. Credit: Jürgen Otto View full size image The animal dances and lifts up its tail-flap, which, once unfurled, resembles an abstract Indian blanket of intense color. The tiny creature hops about, lifts up its legs alternately like an air traffic controller, gesturing this way and that

Man Tries to Hug a Wild Lion, You Won’t Believe What Happens Next!

When you hear of someone trying to hug a wild lion, you immediately think you know exactly what’s about to happen. But trust me when i say, you will not see this coming. Kevin Richardson is a South African Zoologist who over the years has conducted extensive research on the native animals of the African plains. If this was any one other than Kevin trying to hug a lion, we may have had an al

The Lion Soaking: Lioness takes no chances as she carries nine-week-old cub across fast-flowing river

Her jaws clamped firmly around the scruff of her tiny cub’s neck, this plucky lioness is taking no chances as she tackles a risky river crossing. As her nine-week-old youngster dangles beneath her, the mother skips gingerly between impromptu stepping stones. These stunning images capture the heart-stopping moment the lioness braved choppy waters, clasping her little one’s nape, as she ma