Bottle for Baby Lion Cub

by Patchen on August 2, 2012

Me so hungry! Feed me! Rawr!

This slice of cute is brought to us from: Instagram user caiquenogueira

Lejon the Dog Adopts Jojo the White Lion Cub

by Patchen on August 1, 2012

A two year old Pointer mix, Lejon, has adopted a three week old white lion cub, Jojo. They are best buddies since meeting at the Safari Park in Stukenbrock in Germany. Jojo was rejected shortly after birth by his mother. He was initially separated from her because of a belly button infection, and when caretakers tried to reunite mother and son, she shunned him. But not to worry! He’s in good paws with Lejon :)

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Twin Cheetah Cubs

by Patchen on July 31, 2012

“Two cheetah cubs make their public debut at the Smithsonian National Zoo in Washington D.C. These three-month-old cubs have been hand-raised since they were born via risky but unavoidable cesarean section. The zoo is planning to name the brother and sister after the fastest American male and female athletes in the 100-meter-dash of the 2012 Olympics.”

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Five Rare White Lion Cubs

by Patchen on July 26, 2012

“These five stunning white cubs are among the rarest lions that exist in the world. Born in Ukraine two weeks ago, three of them in a safari park and two in a zoo in the coastal city of Yalta, they all share a recessive gene that gives them their unique pure white colour. They have been brought together to be raised by keepers at the Yalta Zoo. As yet the cubs have no names, but they will be given some in a few months when they grow up. White lions are not albinos. Like blue eyes in humans, the animals’ white colour is caused by a recessive gene shared by both parents.”

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No One Puts Baby Under a Rock

by Patchen on July 24, 2012

I’m the official greeter for the Galapagos Islands. Would you like a tour?

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Panther Twins

by Patchen on July 18, 2012

“Tierpark Berlin Zoo recently welcomed a pair of black panthers named Remaong and Ferra. Their parents, Bromo and Angie, were brought to the zoo specifically to breed. According to the Berlin zoo, Bromo and Angie are doing an exceptional job parenting the pair.”

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More Bubbles Please!

by Patchen on July 17, 2012

“Minnesota Zoo’s 3-week-old Amur Tiger cub is growing strong and thriving under round-the-clock care from a crew of dedicated zoo keepers. Born on June 17, the cub was removed from first-time mother Angara because she was not caring for her baby. The cub is being hand-raised by zoo keepers.

Zoo staffers report that the female cub is very active and feeds every four hours, day and night. The cub weighs 5.5 pounds and her eyes are now open. Mother Tigers normally wash their cubs by licking them with their rough, sandpapery tongue. To bathe this cub, zoo keepers gave the cub a bath with the help of water, soap, and a thick towel. The result: a clean and fluffy cub!”

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Four Panda Cubs Playing on a Slide

by Patchen on July 9, 2012

This lady has the best job in the world!!

From YouTube user Chengdu PAW: Chengdu in China has been the hometown of the giant panda — one of the world’s most endangered species – for more than 8 million years, and the Chengdu Panda Base (a not-for-profit organization) is a world-renowned breeding and research center for the giant panda. Celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2012, the Panda Base now has the largest controlled breeding population in the world — 108 giant pandas.

Polar Bear Cubs Playing in the Snow

by Patchen on July 2, 2012

Life’s more fun when you have a sibling to wrestle in the snow with :)

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Rare White Tiger Cubs

by Patchen on June 29, 2012

From YouTube user uzoouk: Tigrulya the white lion has four reasons to celebrate after giving birth to four cute cubs.