He got killed by the elephant.
Fair enough, I find it impossible to feel sorry for this man. How about all the elephants he had killed before ?
And what happened to the brave elephant ? I wonder.
And there are many good reasons for that (11 at least, according to this article).
They are soothing, since they can be so quiet, and teach by example : we should takemore naps ! But their purring is also good for the human heart and blood pressure, and there are even therapy cats !
This five-year-old girl, Iris, was diagnosed with autism, and she has acquired better social skills since her new friend, Thula, has arrived :
If you want to know more about this beautiful friendship, read this.
Each year before Christmas, the British department store John Lewis releases a lovely Christmas advert, which features a slow cover of a famous song and lots of lovely creatures, and, of course, present suggestions !
How many ideas for a present can you see in this one ?
This ad could be seen this year as early as November 6th.
… or the cutest ? Those two species look particularly weird… and it seems that they are hard to meet as well.
To be a wild life photographer or film maker, one certainly needs to be incredibly patient !
So, what’s your opinion ?
Imagine all the decorated houses, heaps of children running around all dressed up, some with their pets !
Oh ! I checked the song you can hear at the beginning of the video, it is quite an old one, but it is funny too !
These are both cute and hilarious !
Max Ellis, a British photographer, is specialized in wildlife photography. This series of photographs brings out all the cuteness about Halloween ! Look at the fluffy tail of the squirrel on the right of the picture… It’s gorgeous ! The squirrel on the left looks like he’s wearing a mask, but there is a trick. Can you see it ?
This reminds us that Halloween is not just about scary gory costumes and stories, it’s also GREAT FUN !
Enjoy your Halloween day, and night… Happy Halloween everyone !
In Louisville, Kentucky, a female Python laid eggs two years ago. Among those, six were successfully incubated. Zookeepers initially thought that the female had had an encounter with a male python before she was taken in captivity. Since then, genetic analyses of the shedding skins of the mother and her offspring have revealed that she is the only parent to those babies. A phenomenon called parthenogenesis, which is quite rare, particularly with those big snakes.
Source : http://www.washingtonpost.com