A young Siberian Tiger (Panthera tigris altaica) Nothing in his outdoor enclosure

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A young Siberian Tiger (Panthera tigris altaica) Nothing in his outdoor enclosure 7 in January of 2013 at the Zoo in Duisburg, West Germany. AFP PHOTO / Weihrauch ROLAND


A rhinoceros as a pet – Wild animals

A rhinoceros as a pet

    Have a Rhino as a pet may seem unreal.

    Anne Whittall Jimmy kisses through the window of the kitchen in their guest house in Humani Zimbabwe. He brought him to his house when I was a baby. Poachers shot and killed his mother in South Africa 2007.

    Photo: Special news – Via: Telegraph

Two baby chimpanzee hugging next to a radiator to keep warm

Two baby chimpanzee

Two baby chimpanzee hug with a radiator protecting low temperatures in Qingdao Zoo in China.

Photo: China Photo Press / Barcroft Media

An orphaned kangaroos and a wombat found solace raising together

Wombat and Kangaroo

An orphaned Kangaroo and a Wombat they have found solace among themselves. ANZAC a baby wombat and Peggy have become best friends after sharing a bag together in the Rescue Center for wild life of Kilmore in Victoria, Australia. With little more than five months of age, ANZAC was brought to the Centre after being rescued in the cordillera of Macedonia. In the absence of his mother, ANZAC was laid next to Peggy and now the two sleep together. Worker Lisa Milligan said that both will comfort synchronizing the heart rate. She said: “There are a lot of offspring who have been orphaned for a number of reasons”. One of the reasons why this amazing duo leads so well is because they have a similar personality – ANZAC is very social, While Peggy is noisy and shameless.

Rob Leeson / Newspix / Rex Features



Tasmanian Devil

Tasmanian Devil

The Tasmanian Devil looks out at his new enclosure at the Zoo in the wild life in the Centre of Sydney 21 of December 2012. REUTERS / Daniel Muñoz


Ring-tailed lemur

Ring-tailed lemur

A Ring-tailed lemur (L, Lemur catta) smells like a tomato frog (Frog Dyscophus) during an inventory of animals the 27 in December of 2012 in the zoo Tierpark Hagenbeck in Hamburg, North of Germany. During the annual inventory, all animals are counted, they weigh and measure yourself. AFP PHOTO / Christian Charisius


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