Who says elephants don’t have thick skin? After straying from his mother, a 1-year-old elephant survived a vicious attack by 14 lions at the Norman Carr Safaris Chinzombo Camp in Zambia. Clearly outnumbered, the baby elephant managed to get away unscathed despite having three of the lionesses on his back at one point.
The National Geographic has been known for bringing awareness about natural resources and the planet since 1888. It has been educating people and has been the largest non-profitable scientific organization that inspired millions of people to pay closer attention to their environment. Check out this amazing post full of some of their stunning photography.
This is the kind of stuff that you will see if you go to McDonald’s at a certain hour of the night in certain parts of the world. The possum does not seem particularly thrilled to be on a leash tied around its tail. I don’t believe that possum is thinking about Big Macs at all. I believe it is thinking about gnawing through that leash and making a run for the woods. Tied to a leash and led around by a crazy homeless man is no way to go through life.
Most bears in this world are stronger, and much faster than you. They also climb trees, so that’s not a foolproof plan to get away from one. So why haven’t bears conquered humanity and set up global honey conglomerates? Honestly, it’s because most bears aren’t conqueror types and typically don’t attack humans unless they feel threatened or are starving. So to keep this eons-long truce between our species in place, it is imperative that we reciprocate by not acting like clowns while visiting our beautiful forests and the other domains of the mighty bear.
I sphynx they’re terrifying as shit. Nothing good makes that kind of noise. Keep in mind though that when you do stuff like this, your animal is literally fearing for it’s life and has no idea what you’re doing or if you’re some kind of terrifying venomous animal. Having said that, cruel or f**ken funny? Let us know in the comment section now!
The lads from WildFox Productions captured this footage in the cold waters of New Zealand where they caught themselves some Kingfish, Snapper, Blue Moki, Crayfish and more. Looks like fun times!
National Geographic Magazine’s annual photo contest will be closed for new entries tomorrow, and the grand prize winner will receive $10,000 and a trip to National Geographic headquarters to participate in its annual photography seminar. This is just a handful of some of the best entries out of the thousands of photos from this year’s competition.