SeaWorld has received a very public battering ever since the release of the highly critical ‘Blackfish’. Now their PR team is attempting to fight back.
How sad that it has come to this, but conservationists are having to resort to the most extreme measures in order to protect the remaining rhinos in our country.
Charles and Camilla hopped over the pond to visit the US this week. In between work ‘things’ they got to be right royal tourists. Here are some happy snaps of the lovely couple.
You can do your part in helping with the Cape Town fires – share this with friends and those affected, and please, do a rain dance.
You’ve heard of the woolly mammoth but have you heard of the woolly rhinoceros? Don’t worry, neither had we until this guy was found in Siberia.
It’s sad when the good guys fall, especially when they have hearts of gold and wouldn’t hurt a fly, and especially when they even got to be on Ellen.
Imagine having lived through over 100 years of events; having seen some of the most incredible things happen on this earth. Now imagine not being able to tell your story.
News coverage last year was all about the Ebola and the humans, and not enough about the other victims – the gorillas and chimps of Africa. Ebola is making them closer to extinction than we realised.
2014 was not a good year for rhino conservation, and that’s putting it mildly. Now those in the know are calling for the big guns to step in and lend a hand.
This will make choosing your next close-to-home holiday destination a whole lot easier, and once you’re there, you will be surrounded by beauty and goodness.
This is absolutely devastating. We have been very silly, selfish, uneducated humans over the past, and now we are going to start paying for it.
It’s not very often you get to be a part of something that is this incredible. Talk about being in the right place at the right time, for both the humans and the shark. Good work, humans on the beach.
In a wonderfully lighthearted twist of fate, amongst all the agony and crap that the world is currently going through, we get to save two turkeys this Thanksgiving.
In a scene that can only be described as something from the film Madagascar, a tiger is wandering the streets of a French town, possibly in search of penguins to help it get back to Asia.
Silly rabbit. Who would want to jump onto a shark? What if Sharky Shark chose fight instead of flight? Though I would not have blamed it.
I got asked last night if I like to surf. I blamed that I don’t because the water in Cape Town is far too cold (which it is). The real reason? Those pesky little creatures from Jaws. NOT a fan.
People will go to such extreme lengths for their 15 minutes of fame, even get eaten by a snake…for realsies
They can add this into the Bambi sequel, should they ever make one. This fanged deer will change all the children’s opinions about running through forests.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has confirmed that 2014 is looking to be the hottest year in recent history…
Don’t cry, don’t cry, don’t cry… the northern white rhino is dwindling precariously in numbers – we might be a few weeks away from being able to count them on one hand.
It seemed like a logical idea, because barn owls love to eat rats. And what would make barn owls really happy? A rat infestation!
Watching this video is like the Tabard to swimming in the ocean. It makes cage diving seem almost as pleasant as being stuck in space without oxygen. Fun times.
With hundreds of animals/insects/creatures/things on the endangered species list, we can really call it a miracle when one of them comes off, and re-emerges in the wild, without any human intervention…