A giant otter eating a watermelon at the Zlin Zoo in Czech Republic. It appears the watermelon is so tasteless that it makes the otter cry…
Redditor Jerreth rescued a pug who turned out to be very photogenic. Check out these funny and cute pictures:
A Romanian dude high-fives unsuspecting tourists at the Leaning Tower of Pisa…
A curious fox got a smelly surprise from a skunk roaming through the snowy countryside in Lavaltrie, near Montreal, Canada. The funny expression on the fox’s face after it got sprayed was captured on camera by an amateur photographer Jocelyn Lafond.
Meet Harry, the six-day-old pygmy hippo calf from the Cango Wildlife Ranch in Oudtshoorn, South Africa. The 11 lbs baby was born last Thursday to Hilda and Herbert, the wildlife sanctuary’s pygmy hippopotamus pair, and named after Prince Harry of Wales. Hilda’s track record is not the best when it comes to her ‘motherly skills’. [...]
French photographer Eric Maloberti, 39, dressed up his three-month-old baby daughter June in different costumes, showcasing different career choices, for a project entitled Un Jour, Mon Enfant Tu Seras — which translates as One Day, My Child You Will Be.
Photographer Jutta Kirchner captured these photos of Siberian tigers in Tiergarten Schönbrunn zoo in Vienna, Austria. Standing on their hind legs, the two playful tigers appear to be dancing ballroom style.
You’ve probably seen Jeb Corliss Table Mountain crash and you may have even watched the recent trailer from the HBO’s Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel. However, Jeb Corliss just released a new video called Grounded with GoPro footage of the accident which shows the crash from multiple angles in HD.
Artist Sonja Hinrichsen made these drawings in the snow near Steamboat Springs, Colorado, at Rabbit Ears Pass – one step at the time. Photographer Cedar Beauregard captured her in action from the helicopter.
A team of scientists launched an instrument-laden rocket into northern lights display on Saturday, February 18th. The two-stage Terrier-Black Brant rocket was blasted from the Poker Flat Research Range in Fairbanks, Alaska. Funded by the NASA, the mission is studying electrical activity in the aurora borealis and the likelihood it’s interfering with GPS and other signals.