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Gorilla Brings Her Baby To Meet Mother And Newborn
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Gorilla Brings Her Baby To Meet Mother And Newborn

A touching moment of a gorilla and a woman looking at their newborn baby! A mother’s love is undoubtedly the most powerful force on the planet, and this viral moment is the perfect proof of that. When Michael Austin, his wife Emily, and their newborn child decided to visit the Franklin Park Zoo in Boston, they didn’t think they would have one of the most touching encounters that could happen between humans and wildlife. “When we went to the zoo that day, I never imagined we would have such an experience.” said Emily. When they approached the cages of the endangered western lowland gorilla Kiki, they had a lot of experience. The young family paused to see the gorilla with its 7-month-old son. Not long after, Kiki and her baby Pablo approached the visitor, but what happened n...
The Little Lion Cub Does His Best To Roar
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The Little Lion Cub Does His Best To Roar

Lions are arguably one of the wildest and most powerful animals in the world. I must be afraid of all other wild animals (and even zoos). And one of the main reasons lions are so intimidating is the sound they make. Nothing can match the roar of a lion, right? Even if this lion is behind the partition, your heart will be blown away when you hear this roar. That said, lions aren’t born with that roar! They have to work for that, but the instinct is certainly there. And if the video below is a real clue, Lions will begin practicing their mighty roar very early on. The adorable little lion cub in the clip has already begun channeling his inner Lion King in an attempt to make a terrifying roar. But he’s only a few months old, so I don’t know what to do. He still has a long way ...
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Man Who Survived Flood And Saved A Drowning Cat

It’s always exciting to see how people do everything to save the lives of animals. Like a man who recently resisted the flood to prevent the cat from drowning-and helped it to find a new home. Skip Campbell of Cottage Park in Sacramento, California, was at home when his wife found a creature in need in her backyard. “My wife heard a faint sound,” Skip told KTXL. She “looked and saw the little head swaying.” The head belonged to a kitten that was swept away by the flood and struggled to float. So he did something exciting when he saw a desperate cat in need of help. He stepped into waist-high sea to save it. The flow was strong, but Skip carefully proceeded through the water. He reached out to the kitten who thanked him for his help. “I guess I wa...