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Everyone needs a friend to lean on when they are having problems. That includes a cheetah cub who received comfort from his BFF which just happens to be a puppy. The 10-week old cheetah cub named Emmet was suffering from pneumonia and needed a friend to help with his recovery. Emmet was born at a conservation centre in Ohio, but not long after his birth contracted pneumonia.
Two lions recently escaped from an enclosure in Leipzig Zoo in Germany. Unfortunately, one of the two lions was shot dead because attempts to use a tranquiliser failed. The two male lions called Motshgetsi and Majo managed to clear their enclosure and leapt over a moat early in the morning before the zoo opened. The two lions were discovered in a terrified state in the undergrowth. Whilst one of the lions was able to be shepherded back to its enclosure, the other lion continued to remain in an agitated state forcing officials to shoot the animal.
Animals Asia, which is a welfare charity dedicated to animals says the Yorkshire Wildlife Park has stepped up and offered a suitable new home for the lonely polar bear called Pizza who is holed up in a Chinese shopping mall. Earlier in the year Pizza made global headlines after the Animals Asia kicked up a stink with a petition it started to shut down the shopping centre’s “ocean theme park” which is located in Guangzhou China.
Amongst the cutest mammals in the world is without a doubt is the dolphin. This species is famous for both its friendly nature towards humans as well as its calming look. Recent reports have indicated that one particular dolphin does not use its blowhole but instead use its mouths to inhale. The blowhole is located on the top of the dolphin’s head and is considered to be the nose of the species. It is used to help exhale and until recently was also thought to be used to inhale when they surface.
Staff at an animal sanctuary in Kenya were surprised by a newly born elephant calf whose mother brought her there just after she gave birth. Galana the elephant was raised at a sanctuary managed by the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust for seven years. Galana had been discovered weak and fragile all alone in the Kenyan Bush. In 2011 the Trust came to the conclusion that Galana was ready to be released back into the wild where she could lead a normal life like the rest of her species.