A fox cub somehow managed to get its head stuck in a jar. Perhaps there was something tasty left to be licked from the inside. Perhaps it was just a wild streak of curiosity. Whatever it was the little fox had gotten his head stuck in the jar and was faced with a serious problem. It needed help. So he asked for it.
Camels aren't the first animal you think of as being used in military service. Horses, mules, dogs, and even elephants come in far ahead of the camel. Yet in the mid-19th century the United States Army undertook a controversial experiment to use camels as pack animals in the Southwestern part of the country.
I'm not sure I would have the guts to do this. Orcas are big. And they eat seals, which are pretty much the size of humans. Maybe they don't eat humans because we're encased in various grades of plastic when in the water and we just don't taste good...
While it doesn't wear a blue suit with a red cape, the super cow is definitely a bovine force to be reckoned with. No steroids are used to enhance this animal--it is purely through breeding. This video goes into detail about how it is done...
While lowland bongo antelopes are fairly plentiful throughout Western
and Central Africa, mountain bongos are critically endangered. It’s a
good thing that conservation groups are banding together to save the