The Little Hippo At The Zoo In Berlin

Hippos are really adorable animals. Berlin zoo had a new hippo member, and it’s adorable! The baby was born October 23, 2011. Hope you love hippos, cuz if you do, you will love these hippo photos! Take a look and enjoy in this wonderful zoo animal!

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Shelter For Abandoned Elephants

 

There are so many animals that are abandoned by their mothers, and it’s so sad when you see it.  Staff Support Center elephants named David Sheldrick in Nairobi, Kenya, caring for African elephantas, that are abandoned, and it’s so nice to see that these animals are still protected from cruel laws of nature. Some really great animal news for abandoned baby animals!

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1. Staff Support Center elephants named David Sheldrick in Nairobi, Kenya, protect elephant Shukur from rain and cold here so here is improvised raincoat.

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2. During a morning walk elephant older fall to the ground, inviting friends to play junior.

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3. Elephant Vasin two weeks old.

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4. Every three hours elephants are fed a special milk substitutes, whose composition has been developed over decades.

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5. Daphne Sheldrick, founder of the Support Center elephants named David Sheldrick in Nairobi, Kenya, during an evening stroll. In 1987, Sheldrick was the first who came out left without a mother African elephant.

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6. Elephants in Tsavo National Park in the mountains Mitumba.

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7. Elephants in mud baths in Tsavo National Park. Mud baths are extremely important for these animals, because they help protect them from overheating and to cleanse the skin from parasites.

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8. Emily – the orphaned baby elephant who lives now in a herd of 22 of these comrades in misfortune. Poachers injured her arm in the rear leg, and veterinarians have the necessary assistance to elephant.

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9. Emily is now 17 years old and she is the head of his flock. The photo next to it – Joseph Sauna, the veterinarian who removed the jammed her foot into an arrow. Sauna tells us that elephants are often reared in captivity, but was later released to freedom, returned to the person if they need help or to demonstrate to their young.

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10. This two-year baby elephant died soon after fell into the support center named David Sheldrick elephant calves. Elephants are hard to adapt to captivity, being away from family, says the center staff member Angela Sheldrick.

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Amazing Underwater Zoo Creatures

Limbe Strait – underwater zoo amazing creatures about. Sulawesi, Indonesia (Lembeh Strait – Underwater critter zoo, Indonesia) For divers, Indonesia – a kind of a unique region. That greater number of resorts and safari vessels, routes and areas for diving in no region of the world, it is understandable, the largest archipelago, and even the tropics. Of course, the resorts on the islands off the west coast of Harlem in the very darkness of Papua little cockroach who knows, but the district Limbe Strait at the northern tip of Sulawesi is well known in diving circles. Underwater inhabitants of the slopes Limbe Strait especially for lovers of the underwater macro photography, as well as divers with a penchant to enjoy searching and examining of colorful detail, rather than something big and floating. Actually most of the area is covered by the definition of muck diving.

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Underwater inhabitants of the slopes Limbe Strait especially for lovers of the underwater macro photography, as well as divers with a penchant to enjoy searching and examining of colorful detail, rather than something big and floating. Actually most of the area is covered by the definition of muck diving.

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For a convincing exposure phrase was important expression, feeding, and of course, without a personal example will not do. The term caught on and it is believed that if you just dive on the reefs and are looking for Marco, it does not muck diving, but if you issleduesh dark, often muddy ground, with a heap of rubble and coral oppressed, then this is muck diving at its best. In the picture a classical representative of the maximum diving – hairy frog fish (Hairy frogfish or Antennarius striatus), are very noticeable because of its thread-like skin appendages. Usually masked by the day and hunt from ambush, in the eye it is a ray of dorsal fin, transformed into a kind of rod with bait on the end. Fish rhythmically waved to them and lure oscillates, resembling a worm that attracts fish to the mouth of small fish that it eats.

 

 

Best Photos of National Geographic in July

National Geographic is one of the kind for sure. You cannot beat that. They always had amazing animal photos, awesome animal news, and everything you wanna know about the nature and animals. So, that is a reason we selected the best National Geographic for July. Hope you are going to love it. Enjoy

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Elephants, Kenya. Says photographer Danielle Mussman: “The photo was taken in Amboseli National Park in Kenya, It was just indescribably picturesque view! The Snows of Kilimanjaro in a haze of clouds, blue sky – and a herd of elephants, wandering to the lake. “

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Giraffe, Mexico. This amusing giraffe named Lupe lives in a zoo Vameru, which is located in the town of Queretaro, Mexico.

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Fish Parrot, Great Barrier Reef. These large and colorful fish clown unusual colors consider the guardians of coral reefs. Their numerous teeth are scraped from the coral polyps and algae dry.

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Zebras, Tanzania. Says photographer Eric Scooby: “This picture was taken in the Ngorongoro National Park, which is located in northern Tanzania. Most of it lies within the Ngorongoro volcanic crater of the same name. Look at how successfully combines color with flowering plants of zebras! “

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Namibia. Flock sandgrouse splashing in lakes in the reserve «NamibRand Nature Reserve» Namibia.

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Deer, Japan. In Nara, Japan, deer are regarded as sacred messengers of the gods, they are allowed to move, do as one pleases with absolutely freely. And these deer are well known graceful bow, they beg for treats.

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Parrot, Manila. Charlene Ngo says photographer: “I made this photograph in the Philippines, the Zoological and Botanical Garden of Manila. I hope someday people will realize that these magnificent birds need much better environment than the present. “

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Eastern Grey Kangaroo, Australia. The photo was taken on the west coast. Emilien Anglada photographer says: “I was walking along the woods and accidentally startled a family of wild eastern gray kangaroos. They are terribly afraid and rushed in panic to the native forest, barely seeing the man. “

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Dolphin, Turkey. Photo taken during the passage of the dolphin.

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Tonkotelaya langur monkey in India. These monkeys live in India and there are sacred animals, that does not prevent them from being absolutely unbearable.

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Bear, British Columbia. A young bear nestled relax at the roots of red cedar. As a rule, bears always have a rest day after hunting and eating.

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Stag beetle, Sumatra. Says photographer John Simmons: “I saw this stag beetle (Cyclommatus elaphus) in the National Park Gunung Leuser in Sumatra. He stood against the sun – and you just look at how luxurious it has horns.

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Cheetah, South Africa. Cheetah resting, stretched out on the grass in Wetevreden Leeuplaas. In the rest it desperately needed because of the injury of one of the legs.

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Hawaiian green turtle. This unique Hawaiian green turtle lives in an aquarium in Maui. This is one of the endangered species of herbivorous sea turtles, featuring a greenish color of fat.

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Koala, Australia. This charming teddy bear, orphaned after his mother died, zoo staff have grown «Australian Reptile Park» from Australia, and now he is gaining strength despite all the difficulties experienced.