Aqua Animals

He Didn't Know Crocodiles Are Not Suposed to Be Petted

     A German tourist wanted to pet crocodile while on vacation in South Africa, crocodile moved towards him to attack but luckily didn't hurt the tourist. He, then, complained that there should be a sign stating the fact that crocodiles should not be petted. This case ended up in court, however, judge dismissed it right away saying that its well known fact that crocodiles should not be petted.

Former TUI (German international tourist organization) president Karl Born said for Speigel that many tourists spend too much time complaining about things while on vacatio in order to get reimbursed. This, he thinks was the worst complian he hard.

Are these people for real?

The World's Worst Hunting Dog

 Picture by itself looks like real life Fox and Hound but that is not the story behind this photo.
Photographer Mircea Costina was observing family of foxes  and trying to make some pictures when all of a sudden parents became agitated.
He heard dog barking. As the dog was getting close to den , male fox started following him. Luckily the dog gave up and family remained safe.

Zoo Babies

A baby gibbon sits on a swing in its enclosure at Vienna's Schoenbrunn Zoo.
Manchurian leopard or Amur leopard in Leipzig Zoo, Germany

African Elephant-Indianapolis Zoo. Her mother is the first African elephant to successfully conceive artificially and give birth.

Cheetah Cub at  San Diego Zoo Safari Park's Animal Care Center.

Endangered Chinese merganser ducklings-New York's Central Park Zoo

Melbourne zoo's new Asian elephant, which has been named Baby for the time being, receives a nudge from her mother after meeting the public for the first time.

A baby antelope is fed milk at the Chester Zoo in northern England

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Nobody Wants to Adopt Kitler

Kitler is a six week old adorable kitten found alone and near death by the road in Kempston, Bedfordshire. Currently this girl resides in Wood Green Animal Shelter and remains unwanted seemingly because of little black fur patch under her nose that resembles Hitler mustache.

Shelter stuff believe that her appearance is what turns potential adopters away.

“Kitler is an adorable little girl who will make a wonderful addition to the right family,” spokeswoman Tara Dundon told The Telegraph. “She is really playful and a typical sweet kitten. We rehome five and a half thousand animals every year but we cannot find a loving owner for Kitler. We think her unusual markings are putting people off.”

Name Kitler was drown from Kitten and Hitler. It is not poor kitties fault. What do you think? Would you adopt her?

Kitler -Isn't she adorable?
Update: After receiving overwhelming number of calls and emails Kitler is now adopted-his new name is Luminus.


Photo credits: Angie Nelson of Bristol England took pictures of local frogs until she fell ill and was not able to do so any longer.