Interspecies Intermingling of the Day: Incredible footage of baby mountain gorillas and their parental units roaming the grounds of Uganda's Bwindi National Park, complete with bonus impromptu ape-on-human grooming session.
Interspecies Intermingling of the Day: Nessie the Dromedary Camel pulls a Phoebe in a footrace against her owner Alex Komechak.
"Nessie LOVES to run," Alex writes. "She is very much the opposite of Baby [her other camel --ed.]. This is apparent both now and when they were still weaning. Baby was always slow, he would prod along behind me, following me everywhere, but at his own pace.
Animal Cruelty of the Day: After five years apart, a man reunites with the gorilla he raised like a son, bonds with him, and then promptly leaves.
"Where are you going, dad? I was getting those raisins for you, dad! Don't leave me, dad! DAD!"
why won't the tears stop.
Interspecies Intermingling of the Day: A SoCal kayaker has a close encounter with a blue whale off the coast of Redondo Beach.
"I’d like to take a moment to state that I don’t recommend, endorse or in any way want to encourage anyone to try and swim with these whales," MrRJCtube writes on his YouTube channel. "The whales are large unpredictable animals and potentially dangerous. I’ve talked to the N
Pet Duck of the Day: 65-year-old Barrie Hayman took a days-old duckling he named Star under his wing after the Indian Runner Duck was shunned by its family.
Since then, the Eastleigh grandfather and his fine feathered friend have been inseparable.
"I’ve not trained him to follow me," says Barrie, who has bred and trained ducks for competitions," he just seems to like it and he is o