Everyone’s seen a cat versus dog food battle around the house, but out in the wild these encounters are incredibly rare. This family lucked out.
Leopards are usually quick to flee when confronted with humans, but this cat was obviously pretty over the crowd of onlookers.
We know that dolphins are pretty damn intelligent, but much like us they also like to kick back and enjoy the swell from time to time.
No one is going to react that well to a surprise attack from a crocodile, but at least this young ellie has some friends for backup.
A leopard may sit well above the porcupine on the food chain, but that doesn’t always mean the cat will always have its way. Eina.
The world has always been fascinated by the stories of feral children, as they are called, and the latest discovery in India is grabbing headlines around the world
You might not be a huge fan of the hadeda and their call, but for most of us the Egyptian Geese is an ever bigger nuisance. This baboon turns the tables.
Some trips to the zoo are nice family outings, and others take a turn for the worst. That’s the case with this poor granny in Michigan.
You don’t become the ocean’s apex predator without being a pretty adept hunter, something these tourists in Gansbaai know all about.
The life of a cephalopod is an intriguing one – and the more intelligence they demonstrate, the more scientists and philosophers alike question their alien existence.
Over the past few years we’ve seen a number of pictures and videos of the elusive Gordon’s Bay leopard, but this footage is actually rather alarming.
There’s a joke in here somewhere about those old Chomp chocolates, but I’ll take the high road. A hippo under attack from a pride of lions takes extreme measures.
The SPCA do an awful amount of good work to better the lives of dogs and cats, but this time around they have really dropped the ball.
Kariba is still something of a wild place, and if it’s proof you’re after check out what happened when these folks went for a splash in their pool.
If it hasn’t hit you yet, the way we live is having seriously detrimental effects on the world as we know it – and it’s only getting worse.
There’s a chimpanzee who has been trained to light a cigarette, but to see him you will have to go to the Pyongyang zoo in North Korea.Unless PETA get there first.
We’ve seen a shark in Mexico actually enter a cage with a diver in, and now the same island location has seen another pretty intense encounter.
Sometimes it’s easy to forget just how lucky we are to call this continent home, which is when a video like this comes in handy. Africa at its finest.
Karma has a funny way of revealing itself, sometimes acting on the spot whilst at other times playing the long game. Say hello to Juan Jose Padilla.
Keen for a little shark cage dive over the weekend? This video might just put you off those plans, and spare a thought for the chap inside.
A London zoo gorilla managed to escape its enclosure yesterday after smashing its window, but thankfully no one, not even the gorilla, was harmed.
Over in the Gobi desert, the largest fossilised footprint ever has been found. This provides more insight into the world that existed on earth before our time.
If you’re a fan of splashing around at the beach during the summer this should be good news, the city ramping up efforts to protect swimmers from sharks.
To some people, staffies and pit bulls are the most loving breeds ever. To others, however, they are life-threatening breeds that should not be alive.
I’m sure there are millions around the country who would say, given the present situation, that students are fools. You can add two more to that list.
Sometimes the world works in mysterious ways, and over in India one snake summed up how many of us feel about selfie snappers.
I’ve never been in the water when a shark has been spotted, let alone a great white enjoying a full breach. I imagine these guys were a little rattled.
He is currently the world’s saddest polar bear, but Pizza might soon be making a trip to greener pastures all in the name of happiness.
Sometimes when your species is stuck in a rut you need a hero to step forward. That hero would be Diego, a lusty tortoise with a fondness for the ladies.