Pets & Animals

Shala Yisrael
79 Views · 2 years ago

Animals Lives Matter Violent Revolts On The Rise #ALM

Wise Phenomenal
57 Views · 2 years ago

Many animals don’t get along with each other in the wild, and that can't be changed, it’s their nature. However, there are times when even predators can help out other animals. Today's video features the instances of animals coming to each other’s rescue caught on camera.

#animals #save #good #wild #nature #saved #touching

Shala Yisrael
90 Views · 2 years ago

Killing animals for sport and taxidermy comes from the mind of a savage. This is just a taste of recompense the animals will inflict on the heathen, for all those centuries of killing off species of animals for their enjoyment.

Shala Yisrael
58 Views · 3 years ago

This tells the epic story of an extraordinary troop of chimpanzees, as they brutally fought other colonies and each other to be the largest known to man.
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Sol Kalahi
22 Views · 3 years ago

"The Most important piece" (T-T)
"Nugget Head is a Dragon now"

Death is not the end :€

Shala Yisrael
125 Views · 3 years ago

Planet of the apes! Hundreds of hungry monkeys swarm across Thai street as 'rival gangs' fight over food. - Hundreds of hungry monkeys were seen fighting over a single banana in Thailand after coronavirus caused a huge drop in the numbers of tourists who feed them. The primates are normally well fed by tourists in Lopburi, central Thailand, but visitors have plummeted because of the COVID-19 virus which is gripping the world. The animals were reported to be part of two 'rival gangs' made up of the monkeys who dwell in the city and those from the temple areas who were fighting over food.

Footage shows hundreds of monkeys crossing a road and then chasing a single monkey which has got hold of a banana.

Planet of the apes! Hundreds of hungry monkeys swarm across Thai street as 'rival gangs' fight over food.

Shala Yisrael
37 Views · 3 years ago

The Kenya Wildlife Service is investigating the deaths and has found the remains of two giraffes, the agency announced on Twitter Tuesday. The bones appeared to be about four months old, the agency said. "The management of the conservancy informed us of the missing giraffe and calf after failing to see them for a period of time," the announcement said.
Leucism differs from albinism, which is marked by the loss of all pigmentation and affects the color of the eyes, the National Park Service says. The female giraffe birthed a male calf in 2017, the Wildlife Service said. That same year, the giraffes received international attention after video was captured of the mother and calf. In 2019, the female was pregnant again with another calf, the Wildlife Service said.
A release tweeted by the The Northern Rangelands Trust says the three white giraffes had formed a family. Now only the male remains.

48 Views · 3 years ago


Shala Yisrael
95 Views · 3 years ago

I had to do a second take on the dog in this video, flexing his muscles to see if it was it photo shopped. But it's not.

Shala Yisrael
69 Views · 3 years ago

The European infiltrates every nation and habitat on earth, including those of the animals. The wild gorilla troop doesn't need them for their survival and they are more intelligent than Europeans. They have sense enough to stay in their own habitat, around their own species and mind their own damn business. That is a lot more than I can say for the god complex European. He is like a parasites that has laid eggs around the planet, now because of this abomination those hatchlings are getting exterminated and devastated around the planet. So if he can't stop his own forthcoming extinction how in the hell does he have time to meddle in everyone else's business? Please.

Shala Yisrael
49 Views · 3 years ago

A huge fish leaped onto a Chinese fishing dock and it was so huge, that it took a fork lifted to get it back into the water.

Shala Yisrael
31 Views · 3 years ago

Life Of The Human Pups DOCUMENTARY

Shala Yisrael
55 Views · 3 years ago

The animal was born just a few days ago in Rajasthan and it has an unusually flat face. Owner Mukeshji Prajapap from the village of Nimodia, on the outskirts of Jaipur, shared a video of the rare creature in which it can be seen chewing and wagging its tail. Local sources claim is it possible the goat may be revered as an 'avatar of God', with animals such as this often attracting a lot of attention in the country.

Shala Yisrael
62 Views · 3 years ago

A Indo Asian man somehow think he could challenge a 7 tons elephant. I think its a bad idea, but let just see how it goes.

Shala Yisrael
51 Views · 3 years ago

Today, December 19, 2019 is Kintaro's first birthday.
Kintaro was held by Genki for a long time since she was born, and everyone was worried because her body grew slowly. But Kintaro now grows up so well .
I would be happy if I could keep watching Kintaro's growth with you.

Momotaro ♂(2000/7/3)

Momotaro was born at Ueno zoo in Tokyo on jul.3,2000 and came to our zoo on Oct.18,2010. He is beautiful and handsome ,the silverback of our troop.
He is a little timid ,and scared of new things.
He sometimes shows lovely behaviors that melt our hearts.
He is making efforts to be a good dad for his two sons.

Genki ♀(1986/6/24)
Genki was born at our zoo on Jun,24,1986.
After mating with several males without a pregnancy she found her perfect partner Momotaro. Now she is a loving and caring mom for her two sons.
She sometimes behaves boldly, yet she can also be sensitive. Genki has a cute face with shining eyes.

Gentaro ♂(2011/12/21

Gentaro was born at our zoo on Dec.21,2011,as Momotaro and Genki's first son.
Unfortunately Genki didn't have enough milk,so he was nursed by keepers for his first 10.5 months. Now he loves his mom,and his face really looks like her.
He also loves people . Everyone immediately agrees that he is a very adorable boy.

Kintaro ♂(2018/12/19)

Kintaro was born at our zoo on Dec.19,2018. His big brother sometimes touches him a bit too roughly, but he is well protected by Genki his mother. The father Momotaro is also interested in him, but Genki hasn"t let Momotaro touch him yet.

Shala Yisrael
25 Views · 3 years ago

For some sick reason the delusional, insane pale nation and rulers of this world, think they are god almighty and it's their right to genetically modify animals, people, plants you name it from their natural state. But they are going to find out the hard way that it's not their right. This video is just another receipt of proof.

Shala Yisrael
58 Views · 3 years ago

A so called hunter had the tables turned on him, when he was hunting in bear country and got mauled by a mother bear, protecting her cubs. Way to go mama bear!!

Shala Yisrael
16 Views · 3 years ago

HEARTBREAKING footage shows a desperate koala begging cyclists for water as up to a THIRD of its species have been wiped out in Australia's apocalyptic bushfires. The animal was nearly run over by the team of cyclists who came to its aid as it sat on the road to Adelaide in baking 40C heat. The 'very thirsty boy' approached the cyclists and was filmed lapping up as much water as it could, having climbed up onto the bikes to get to the bottles.

The marsupials are being forced out of their homes by the fires, leading to similar scenes across affected areas. The country's Federal Environment Minister Sussan Ley estimates the infernos have destroyed 30 per cent of the little marsupials habitat. It is thought the flames and destruction may have killed thousands of Koalas whose numbers are already dangerously low.

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24 Views · 3 years ago

lion doesn't like to be petted

Shala Yisrael
45 Views · 3 years ago

This is one of the most beautiful lions I have ever seen, but when I see them get locked up in cages, after being kidnapped from their habitats, I have a big problem with that. It is no different than being in prison. They have to remain there until it's feeding time or exercise time and for an animal that large, its absolute torture and they go through stages of depression just like human beings. Eventually when an animal this large and ferocious says enough is enough, that's when their handlers are in serious trouble.

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