Whoa! Who knew that an elephants foot and a humans foot would have so much in common?!
Here are 10 wild animal facts you may not know! If you're hungry for even more knowledge, check out some of these other animal facts!
Her milkshake brought the bison to the yard! The story of a young cow returning to her natural wild roots by joining a wild herd of bison has left people feeling inspired! One Facebook user commented on the story, "Next time when I think that something stops me from fulfilling my dreams, I will remember the cow who became a bison." Story originally found on Wide Open Pets.
We would like to introduce you to the surreal vision of the American artist, Kevin Peterson. Through his latest paintings, the artist reveals a dystopian world where nature takes back its rights and where only the innocence of childhood and the animal world has survived. Via: Ufunk
The rusty-spotted cat (Prionailurus rubiginosus) is one of the smallest wild cat species in the world – 14 to 19 inches in length, with a 5.9 to 12 inch tail, and weighs between 2 to 3.5 lbs. The cat is found only in India and Sri Lanka, mostly in forested areas but also scrub and grasslands. It is estimated that there are less than 10,000 mature cats in the wild.
This Chinese zoo devised an effective and reasonable plan without disrupting the lives of the wild animals. Lehe Ledu Wildlife Zoo in Chongqing City cages humans and lets the wild animals roam free. A cage, filled with people is driven around the park to show animals in an open habitat. Wildlife doesn't get more real.
It's always a rare sighting if we see an all white or all black animal. No we aren't talking about cats and dogs! The animals in the animal kingdom can sometimes have the rare features of Melanism and even Albinism. Just take a look at these stunning comparisons!
Cat cafés are becoming more and more popular around the world, but Tokyo is already ahead of the game once again, innovating the industry with new ways to interact with the animals. From bunny theme parks to reptiles with lunch, tour Tokyo's wildest animal cafés. Via: The Culture Trip
Lithuanian artist Ceslovas Cesnakevicius has fun creating photo-montages depicting wild free animals wandering in European cities' streets.
After travelling a lot, Ceslovas had the idea of this black and white series named The Zoo.
Here is how our daily life would look if we shared it with wild animals.