Orphaned Sea Otter Pup That Was Rescued in Alaska Now Getting Care at SeaWorld San Diego — KTLA

An orphaned northern sea otter pup rescued from Alaska last month has been taken to Southern California for treatment at SeaWorld San Diego, park officials said Wednesday. Cinder, now 5 weeks old, was stranded against rocks near Homer, Alaska, when she was discovered on Aug. 18, according to a SeaWorld news release. At the time,…

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Pennsylvania Odd Couple Finds Forever Home: Miniature Horse and Farm Goose Adopted Together — KTLA

An unlikely pair that became an internet sensation has been adopted! Hemingway the farm goose and Waffles the miniature horse were inseparable roommates at the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. (Credit: Bucks Co. SPCA via CNN Wire) Hemingway the farm goose and Waffles the miniature horse were inseparable…

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Henry Beston quote about animals — Tuesday’s Horse

Below is my favorite quote about animals. It is originally written as one long paragraph, but I have separated it out for ease of reading here. THE OUTERMOST HOUSE by Henry Beston “We need another and a wiser and perhaps a more mystical concept of animals. Remote from universal nature, and living by complicated artifice, […]

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101 Freeway Crossing to Give P-22, Other Wildlife Room to Roam — KTLA

Like many urban singles, the mountain lion P-22 lives a solitary life in a too-small habitat. And he has a hard time finding a mate in the big city. P-22 is seen in a photo provided by the the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area on May 2, 2019. Famous for traveling across two freeways…

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Meet the Model – Pippa the Pine Martin — Wildonline.blog

Meet the Model , Pippa the Pine Martin by Graham Stewart Pippa the Pine Marten – Martes martes Once extremely common in Britain, The Pine Marten was persecuted to near extinction, by 1915 only small pockets of them remained. The decline was brought about by 3 main factors, they were hunted for their fur, game […]

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Meet the Model – Harry the Harvest Mouse — Wildonline.blog

Most people think of the harvest mouse as the tiny red-brown animal clinging to a ripe ear of wheat, however you are just as likely to find the mouse in a reed bed or clump of cocksfoot grass in an arable field margin. The harvest mouse is the smallest rodent in Great Britain , […]

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Lion at North Carolina Sanctuary Overheats and Dies During Heat Wave — KTLA

A lion named Sheba overheated and died at a sanctuary in North Carolina during last week’s heat wave across much of the eastern U.S., according to a Carolina Tiger Rescue Facebook post. (Credit: Carolina Tiger Rescue) The sanctuary in Pittsboro, North Carolina says Sheba was 17 years old and died from kidney and liver failure…

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Hey Go Nuts Today! — Through Open Lens

F/6.3, 1/640, ISO 200. Eastern Gray Squirrel Why do squirrels swim on their backs? To keep their nuts dry. Interesting Fact: Squirrels are extremely intelligent creatures. They are known to put on elaborate bogus food burying displays to deceive onlookers. The fake burials are to trick potential thieves, such as other squirrels or birds, […]

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