In a disconcerting display of disregard for safety protocols, a video circulating on the Tourons of National Parks (@touronsofnationalparks) Instagram page has ignited outrage. The footage, captured in Sequoia National Park, depicts a woman with two children casually sidestepping safety guardrails and venturing along the rocky edge, oblivious to the potential dangers. The … [Read more...] about Video of mother’s dangerous behavior at national park sparks outrage: ‘[It] truly makes my heart hurt’
Yellowstone National Park, renowned for its breathtaking natural beauty, offers visitors a privileged opportunity to immerse themselves in the wonders of the wild. However, with this privilege comes a responsibility to respect the park's rules and safety measures meticulously set in place. The park's allure lies not only in its diverse landscapes but also in its potential … [Read more...] about Video of mother’s dangerous behavior at national park sparks outrage: ‘[People] aren’t just endangering themselves when they do this’
In the lush and verdant Cleland Wildlife Park, visitors were in for a treat when they caught a glimpse of an adorable baby potoroo munching on a juicy red strawberry. The tiny marsupial, no bigger than a thumb, was peeking out of its mother's pouch while nibbling on the fruit, much to the delight of onlookers. The mother and joey were basking in the warm sun near the café … [Read more...] about A Tiny Potoroo Delights Visitors by Munching on a Strawberry from its Mother’s Pouch at Cleland Wildlife Park
Kinda like a strawberry milkshake ... 🍓 It's a common misconception on the internet that hippo moms produce milk that is pink and somewhat strawberry milkshake-like. However, it turns out that hippo babies are consuming white milk just like everyone else. What is the origin of the "pink milk" theory then? Actually, "sunscreen" is involved. Hippos are among the most … [Read more...] about Do Hippo Mothers Actually Feed Their Babies Pink Milk?
“It was almost like he was trying to say, ‘Something’s wrong, let me in now.'” It was Brownie's first time ever being in a household when he spent two weeks in foster care with the Analores. He was first frightened, Molly Analore told us. He was at a loss for what to do. Brownie had a second shot at a Colorado shelter after four adoptions there had failed. But in order … [Read more...] about Foster Dog Saves His Mother’s Life Only a Few Days After Meeting Her