(VIDEO) Footage broadcast around the world last week showed Tiny, the western lowland gorilla, taking his first uncertain steps. Three months old, the first gorilla to be born in 20 years at London zoo hadn’t previously strayed from his mother, 12-year-old Mjukuu.
Archive | February 26, 2011
As snakes evolve, their venom is getting stronger because their natural prey is adapting to neutralize it. Read to how to avoid being one of the 5.5 million people being bitten every year by venomous snakes. – Global Animal
LONDON — A curious fox climbed up 945 feet, 72 floors, to live the high life in Britain’s tallest skyscraper. Romeo, as the fox has been named for his efforts, has been moved back to his den with no harm done. Read the adorable story here.
A young orca whale, Morgan, is currently being held captive in the Netherlands. Activists are taking legal action in hopes of freeing her back into her natural habitat. Read on and get involved… – Global Animal
After the Sea Shepherd victory in the Southern Ocean with the whaling fleet sent running back to Japan, the question arises, what will happen to Japanese whaling ? Hardy Jones outlines why resuming the hunt is not a feasible option for the whalers. Discover the obstacles, including the Sea Shepherd, Japanese whalers would face if they tried to return to the Antarctic next year.