Wildlife Wednesday: Critically Endangered Sumatran Tiger Cubs Arrive at Maharajah Jungle Trek
Starting this week, guests at Disney’s Animal Kingdom may get a glimpse of Anala and Jeda, the first Sumatran tiger cubs to be born at the park. The nearly four-month-old cubs are slowly being introduced into their habitat on Maharajah Jungle Trek. The sister and brother pair will be visible periodically as they acclimate to their new area.
A new side to the story of “Tricky Gilbert” the lion who escaped in Richmond in 1934
In September 1934, a large Namibian lion broke out of its cage during the start of the Hagenbeck-Wallace Circus parade in Richmond. The lion, called “Gilbert” and nicknamed “Tricky,” was
Destructive Creek Fire Prompts Wildlife Sanctuary Evacuation
As the Creek Fire scorched through Angeles National Forest near Sylmar, more than 150,000 people were evacuated from their homes, 30 structures were destroyed and exotic animals were transported to safer areas.
Why are there Lions in Los Angeles? Virtual Reality Documentary Explains - Press Release - Digital Journal
Jacob Smith and Rebecca Dienno (Virtual Vérité Productions) brought this documentary to life by filming it entirely in 360 VR, with Google lending support along the way. This original piece explores animal welfare from a new perspective and illuminates many of the people who have dedicated their lives to helping these incredible animals.
Male Cheetah dies in Zoo - PakObserver
City Reporter A male Cheetah, the latest addition in the Lahore Zoo, died of Diarrhea here on Thursday after spending 30 days in the Zoo. Four-years-old Cheetah was imported from South Africa on October 29, this year and got postulation in mouth on November 8, 2017 and after treatment given by veterinary officers, it […]