Saturday, June 30, 2012

Animal photos

  • Tragedy hit a chimpanzee sanctuary in South Africa this week, when an American graduate student sustained injuries in a severe chimp attack that have left him in critical condition.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Taxidermy has been around for more than 100 years, but, unlike the animals who are preserved, it shows no sign of dying.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Oh dear, here we go again. I can't blame Alec Baldwin for losing his cool when it comes to the paparazzi, and unfortunately he got into it again this morning in New York City.
  • (Socialite Life)
  • Paris Hilton is a lot of things — an heiress, a reality television star, fashion designer, business mogul and, most recently, a DJ — but at heart she is just an animal lover. With a large menagerie, Hilton has her hands full.
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  • Photos of open-air trucks carrying as many as 500 dogs in cages Some have hijacked vehicles to save the animals from slaughter.
  • (Toronto Star)
  • Then the group divided itself into six work teams. One of the teams visits the pound each day of the business week and takes photos of the animals who have been surrendered there or brought in as strays.
  • (Chattanoogan)
  • Neighbors say the animal comes out of the woods several times a day to rest in the grass, but it has never exhibited any aggressive behavior. In fact, people have been driving up to the edge of the park to try to feed or get photos of the animal.
  • (Abc Local Web)
  • Cussons says he could always pinpoint a moment of taunting or perceived aggression that could have set off the quick and powerful animals. This time, though, the attack was at his own Jane Goodall Institute Chimpanzee Eden in eastern South Africa.
  • (The Ledger)
  • [See Photos of the Fossil Babies] The site is located on However, there are still debates to be had as to whether they were animals or not, Matthews told LiveScience. They certainly could be on the lineage to animals.
  • (CBS News)
  • Heres how to make the most of your next photo safari at the S.A. Zoo. Early birds get the best photos.
  • (MySanAntonio)

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