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In the animal kingdom, courtship between individuals can be just as elaborate as human courtship, if not more so. While humans show their affection by sending flowers or taking their loved one out on a date, animals have their own unique methods for winning over that special someone.
Admit it, there’s something weirdly fascinating about the sex lives of animals. We’ve all witnessed a curious kid asking why a dog in the park looks like it’s glued itself to another dog and is trying to shake itself free. Even when we’re older we may stumble upon some strange animal behavior and wonder “what are they doing?” before realizing, red-faced.
These lizards may hate their costumes, but will never let you know that!
Meet Lana, an 8-month-old dog, who is living a happy life now that her human Suelen Schaumloeffel rescued her from the streets of Brazil and gave her a forever home.
While no cat can ever replace the Grumpy Cat, who brought amusement and joy to the lives of cat lovers and animal lovers all over the world, another kitty has emerged that has caught the attention of cat aficionados.
Margarita, a devoted animal lover from Merida, Yucatan, was adored for her kind nature and generosity.
Every morning, a gaggle of stray animals would appear at her front door waiting for her to feed them. She even took a bag of food with her everywhere she went in order to feed all of the stray animals she met along her way.
Margarita passed away last month after battling illness, but her kindness in life didn’t go unnoticed. Family members knew Margarita was a devoted animal lover but they were nonetheless shocked when one bird and a group of stray dogs arrived to honor Margarita at her funeral on March 15.
Do quokkas throw their babies?
In 2013, the quokka, also known as the ‘happiest animal on earth,’ rose to fame for its friendly behavior and irresistible smile, which prompted the popular social media trend #quokkaselfie.
This Australian marsupial has become one of the main tourist attractions of Rottnest Island, where thousands of people visit to snap their photos with one of these adorable creatures.
Recently, however, the quokka has been labelled as a ‘bad parent’ on social media with posts stating that female quokkas throw their babies at predators to protect themselves. But are these allegations true?
A blind man asked members of the The Dogspotting Society Facebook group to describe their dogs so that he can get a better idea of what they are like.
Stephen William Dale Shkuratoff, a blind dog-lover used his voice-to-text app to post a request for dog owners to describe what their pets look like, including details like how soft their fur is, what activities they enjoy, and other personality traits.
Sloths are well-known as one of the slowest mammals on earth. The lethargic creatures subsist on such a low-calorie count coming from plants, insects, and sometimes small lizards, that they do not have the energy to do much more than hang around and sleep in trees all day. And hanging around is what they do best.