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Elephant Parade. 100s of Wildlife Treasures.     http://www.pinterest.com/njestates1/wildlife-treasures/    Thanks To http://www.njestates.net/real-estate/nj/listings

This is a picture of an elephant "parade." The elephants line up and do different moves or tricks. I think this is a very interesting thing that the elephants do. This proves that elephants are smart creatures.

Owl... Cute ... ♥ Let's protect our world! Help saving the planet so we can all live to continue seeing these amazing animals! Help protect their home also our home!                                                                                                                                                     More

Savory and Sweet Flavored Butter

Owl ♛ Oh my, what big eyes you have! The owl replied, "better to see you with big eyes!

Okapi, Top 10 Rare Animals - Is it a giraffe?  Is it a zebra?  Is it a ziraffe?  A gebra?  It’s an Okapi!  Ever heard of it?  Apparently, the Okapi’s history reaches back to ancient Egypt, where carvings have since been found.  In Europe and Africa, prior to the 20th century, there existed legends of an “African unicorn.”  Today, that animal is thought to be the Okapi.    Read more: http://www.toptenz.net/top-10-rare-animals.php

10 Rare Animals That May Be Extinct Soon!

The okapi is a giraffid artiodactyl mammal native to the Ituri Rainforest, in the NE of the Congo in Central Africa. Although the okapi bears striped markings reminiscent of zebras, it is most closely related to the giraffe.

30 Surreal Photos featuring Women and animal - HeyDesign Magazine

Katerina Plotnikova for Vogue Italia Unique ( march Valentino Haute Couture SS 2015 Models : Alesya Kaf , Alena Lyashenko make up/hair : Andrej Drukin style Alena isaeva producer :Ekaterina Barer ( and lama Chapa , fox Kyzya , wolf Margo , leopard Kesha

Faith in humanity....Restored! Or at least we have faith in this amazing man!

"The Guardian of Fukushima's Animals"

Naoto Matsumura has returned to Fukushima to care for its large population of abandoned animals: "They told me I wouldn't get sick [from the radiation] for 30 or 40 years. [I am 55 years old now] so I couldn't care less.

Kainuk was rescued in February 2011, found by tribesmen next to her mother who is suspected to have died due to harsh drought conditions. As we are currently face challenges due to a lack of rainfall in Tsavo in March and April this year, Kainuk would be a fitting choice for a new fostering.

Volunteer with Via Volunteers in South Africa and be amazed by our stunning wildlife! Baby Elephant playing hide & seek with us!