Meet the Ribbon Seal. They can be found in the Subarctic and the Arctic areas of the North Pacific in the Sea of Okhotsk and the Bering Sea. They are known for their black skin, which has four white markings; a circular marking on each side of their body that encloses the front fins and a strip around the tail and one around the neck.
Cats have an amazing ability to jump very high in the air. And these cats are absolutely flying. Either they were scared by something or they are attacking some imaginary prey that is way up in the air.
Cats Can Fly (14 pics)
The case of Louie the pig makes gender confusion in humans seem so trivial. The nine-month-old pot-bellied pig is so convinced he’s part of a dog pack he happily trots through tunnels, leaps over jumps and weaves between poles just like a dog. A celebrated performer at agricultural shows, Louie plays fetch and even responds to his name – all very unusual characteristics in a pig. The ginger biscuit loving pig has been welcomed with open paws by his canine colleagues.
These marine fish are called sea dragons, they are related to the seahorse and they are really cute. There are two types of the sea dragon: the leafy and the weedy sea dragons. They normally can be found along the southern and western coasts of Australia. The leaf-like protrusions coming from all over the body of leafy sea dragons and the weed-like projections on the body of weedy sea dragons serve them only for camouflage and not for propulsion as one might think.
Yesterday we had a post So Much for Cats’ Happy Ending that showed left behind street cats that found new owners and a second life. Today we’ll tell you stories about dogs that also have a happy ending.
Brand was left alone at home, tied to a radiator. He drank and ate his own excrements
Are chubby animals cute, funny, or just sad? Everybody loves rubbing a cute little chubby puppy tummy, but does that translates well into a fat crocodile being cute? He just looks like he ate the puppy. How on earth does a squirrel get fat? Is he eating styrofoam peanuts? Do you think the other animals in their species make fun of them?
Mother nature has got a wicked sense of humor. She’s also fiercely protective of her creatures as famed wildlife photographer Alex Hyde discovered on his voyage into the world of animals that utilize camouflage for survival. The pictures are awesome and will have you wishing upon a silver star for the ability to blend in.
A leaf-tailed gecko