Month: April 2019

Teach Me How To Selfie: Two Gorillas Pose With The Park Ranger Who Helped Rescue Them

A park ranger with Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo recently took what might be the best selfie we’ve ever seen with two female gorillas he helped rescue as babies. Mathieu Shamavu, a worker at the park, can be seen posing with the two ladies, Ndakazi and Ndeze, who’re standing upright and …

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Baby Elephant wont stop pushing handler during Anti Poaching PSA

Baby Elephant Won’t Stop Headbutting Guy During Anti-Poaching PSA

This baby elephant was more interested in playing around than posing for the camera during an anti-poaching public service announcement for an anti-poaching event. Geoff Mayes was attempting to record some material for an announcement for the Plains Rally, but the baby elephant he was holding was more interested in showing off its headbutt skills …

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Dolphins And Fishermen Help Eachother Out For A Win-Win Day Of Fishing

Fish don’t stand a chance with this team-up! In southern Brazil, an unlikely partnership can be witnessed near the ocean shore. Bottlenose dolphins and fishermen regularly work together to ensure each catches enough fish for a good meal. Fishermen wait with their nets at the shore while dolphins push schools of fish towards them. Once …

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VIDEO: Ski Patrollers Fight Avalanches With Old WWII Cannon

It may seem like old military weaponry wouldn’t have much use outside of being melted down or scrapped, but that’s not the case for these WWII era Howitzers. Ski patrollers responsible for reducing avalanche risk on California’s Mammoth Mountain are putting the old artillery cannons to work. By firing the cannon, the team is able …

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VIDEO: Deep-Sea Food Fall Let’s Scientists See What Happens To Alligators On The Ocean Floor

In order to figure out what creatures would have eaten ancient creatures related to alligators, like mososaurs, scientists dropped an alligator carcass dozens of miles off the coast of Louisiana. Once they dropped the gator nearly two miles deep, it didn’t take long for them to find out. In less than 24 hours they were …

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