(Thursday, October 29th, 2009)
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(Thursday, October 22nd, 2009)
This photo is part of a set published on The Big Picture by Alan Taylor.
(Thursday, October 15th, 2009)
Only 25-35 of these cats remain in the Russian Far East. A team from the Wildlife Conservation Society capture a female Amur leopard to help with conservation efforts.
From Harrington Photography.
(Thursday, October 8th, 2009)
This is a message that you should have learned from Aesop, if you are a little rat. Unfortunately, some animals can’t read. Here are two examples.
First, a fox found itself in the enclosure of a lion in the Wuppertal zoo (Germany). It left quite quickly after understanding the kind of error it made.
The second is even more astonishing since this is simply a mere rodent which decided to go and eat part of the dinner of a leopard of the Santago Rare Leopard Project, in Hertfordshire (UK). The small rat, quite young and inexperienced, but not impressed at all, demonstrated that size is not all. When you got what it takes…
All Casey Gutteridge photos on the Daily Mail website.
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