For a crocodile, it’s easy to attack an elephant when they have such long trunks.
Apparently, the mother was protecting her baby from a crocodile.
It feels like it is a common practice for crocodiles to attack baby elephants.
These are photos of spiders, insects and other creepy crawlies that were taken under an electron microscope. They were taken by Tom Jackson over a three month period. These micro monsters live in our homes, clothes, and even our bodies.
A human head louse with an egg
These rats sniff out landmines that are filled with TNT. They are trained by a Dutch nongovernmental organization in Tanzania. Whenever they make positive detection they are rewarded with some food.
For more information about these little sniffers you can check out our recent article we published just several days ago in our daily stare column 'Rats to Nuts.’ Now we have more photos.
This 10-day-old dolphin was injured by a fishing net and discovered near the Montevideo beach (Uruguay). There was no sign of the dolphin’s mother, so the mammal was lowered into a swimming pool at the NGO Rescate Fauna Marina centre. Local “resident”, the Magellan penguin, quickly became friends with a baby dolphin.