A baby elephant survived a lion attack at the Normar Carr Safaris Chinzomboa Camp in Zambia recently, and the entire ordeal was documented on film. The baby lion was somehow able to fend off 14 lions before being reunited with its herd.
The baby elephant that survived the lion attack had been separated from its herd while close to a creek. Soon, what looked like an entire pride of lions tried to bring him down.
Journalist Jesse Nash, Long Island University Art Professor Dan Christoffel, naturalist Steve Baker and Australian TV host Nina Karnikowski were on safari when they spotted the elephant and began recording. more >>
After living in a trash pile for a long time, this dog was rescued and bought to safety. Miley the dog was stuck in this life-threatening situation with no way out until Hope For Paws found her. What they did to help her and comfort her can inspire anyone.
Miley had been living in a pile of trash for quite some time. She survived on whatever food she could find around her with no owner or friends. One day a man named Daniel Mazon spotted the beaten up dog and called to report the situation. Hope For Paws got someone to help from The Fuzzy Pet Foundation in finding Miley a new home.
Not only was Miley super excited so was her new best friend. Both of them were so happy to have one another. more >>
Bella doesn't like when her daddy leaves the house. She misses him way too much when he does that. But, when he comes home it is a priceless scene of excitement from Bella.
As soon as her owner walks through the door she starts to do all things out of excitement that you will instantly laugh from. It is amazing how excited a dog can get when he sees a certain person. This video is guaranteed to turn your frown upside down and make your day that much better.
Watch this dog's reaction to his daddy coming home below: more >>
You won't believe how these men capture extremely rare footage of a Siberian tigress escaping into the wildlife. Zolushka is a Siberian tigress that was rescued and rehabilitated by IFAW. What these men do to have us witness such a unique event is incredible.
By using high definition GoPro cameras, they are able to capture a very rare tiger being released and returning to the wild habitat. Believe it or not, there are less than 400 Siberian tigers left in the wild. This number has gone down significantly in recent years.
Watch this incredibly rare moment this tigress is released below: more >>
Wait until you see this baby's first crawl to her best friend. It doesn't get any cuter than these two together. This little girl won't stop until she can get closer to the dog.
At first you will think she is just crawling and making silly faces at the dog, but wait until what she does at the end. This is a precious moment that everyone must see! She gets close enough to the dog and he rewards her with a big smooch. The little girl can't do anything but SMILE when that happens. I am pretty sure you will be doing the same!
Watch this adorable baby's first crawl to her dog below: more >>
New York doctor Craig Spencer, the only person in the United States receiving treatment for Ebola, was declared to be in stable condition Saturday, while Dallas Nurse Nina Pham, who recently recovered from the disease, was reunited with her dog.
The condition of the 33-year-old doctor, Spencer, who is in an isolation unit at New York City's Bellevue hospital, has improved to "stable" from "serious but stable," according to Reuters.
Spencer tested positive for Ebola and was admitted to the hospital Oct. 23. He was treating patients in Guinea as part of his work with Doctors Without Borders when he contracted Ebola. more >>