On February 7, 1930 a lion cub was born at Goebel's Wild Animal Farm, an animal theme park and training facility in Thousand Oaks, California. Many of the wild animals there were destined for Hollywood to appear in movies. At the tender age of three weeks (!) this little lion cub was sold to Roscoe Turner, an airplane pilot, to help promote the Gilmore Oil Company. The cub was promptly named "Gilmore."
Mother Nature has an amazing capacity for diversity and seems to constantly amaze us. Sometimes new species are discovered that just seem completely unbelievable in their appearance. This can include the Pinocchio Frog, the Red-Lipped Batfish, and the Saiga Antelope. Each of these animals has an astounding physical feature that makes it hard to believe that they exist. Speaking of antelope the Cloud Antelope has been astounding the internet for some time now.