How cute is this?
Watch as a chimpanzee takes a selfie stick from someone visiting a zoo, only to have another chimp take it from him and return it to the rightful owner.
I'm sure the tourist appreciated the chimp's generosity here, but this should be a reminder to never put anything close to animals while visiting a zoo...
The Zoo, what a better place to learn about sex ed, if not from your teachers.These kids got an eyeful on their field trip, and you can't help but laugh with them as the baboons bump uglys in this NSFW video.
Meet Charlie Parker, a 3-year-old boy who is surrounded by dangerous reptiles on a daily basis. Charlie's parents own an exotic reptile park in Australia and his family introduced him to dangerous reptiles at a very young age.
You have to be careful when you go into the wild, especially when your dealing with stripes! I don't know if the woman was teasing the poor animal or if she just wasn't paying attention, but it's still awesome. To me, it always seemed like zebras were really cool and easy to get along with.
It is one of the most appalling photos in recent time. Several exotic animals that escaped a farm outside Zanesville, Ohio were shot after local authorities cited that the animals posed an immediate danger to the community. The animals were released from a farm by their suicidial owner, and of the 56 animals released Tuesday night, only a grizzly bear, two monkeys and three leopards were taken
It is pretty common to hear news reports of wild cats, bears and other animals escaping the confines of a zoo. Usually the uncommon sight of these animals make them easy to spot in residential areas. (imagine a giraffe in River Ranch) But imagine a smaller animal. Imagine a snake on the loose.