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Funny Animals Sleeping

Animals, pets, don’t we all just love them so much? One thing that we love doing in general when talking about pets and animals, is to look at cute animal pictures. There are many pictures of these cute animals that really can get out attention.

Are you an animal owner or simply just love animals? Do the images of cute sleeping animals brighten up your day more than anything?

Sleep is a basic necessity for most animals. Have you ever seen animals sleeping eight hours a day like us? Different animals have different ways of sleeping.

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Cute Baby Bears in Primorye Safari Park

Dmitry Mezentsev, Head of the Shkotovo Safari Park in the Primorye Territory, holding two newborn Asian black bear cubs found in a den by gamekeepers. Their mother was killed by poachers.

Cubs weigh 13 ounces at birth, and will begin walking at four days of age, and open their eyes three days later. The skulls of newborn black bear cubs bear great resemblance to those of adult sun bears. Litters can consist of 1–4 cubs, with 2 being the average. Black bear cubs will nurse for 104–130 weeks, and become independent at 24–36 months. The average lifespan in the wild is 25 years, while the oldest Asian black bear in captivity died at the age of 44.
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Funny Dancing Animals

Who is the best dancer in the animal kingdom? Animals and pets are the most interest-provoking creatures of all. Funny pictures are truly a great piece of entertainment.

You can do a lot with these funny animal pictures and make your life full of fun since these pictures always bring a smile to your face when you see them.

Animals are amazingly energetic and sophisticated performers, often with an elegance and sense of rhythm.

We’ve collected the best dancing animals the Internet has to offer, so which one is the best?


 

 

Funny lazy animals

Animals, just like humans, have a wide range of personality traits such as laziness, which can gain them quite a reputation. As most others have stated being lazy in the animal kingdom can actually be an excellent tool for survival. Being lazy can help save energy. Laziness is a disinclination to activity or exertion despite having the ability to do so. It is common for animals to forage for food until satiated, and then spend most of their time doing nothing, or at least nothing in particular. They seek to “satisfice” their needs rather than obtaining an optimal diet or habitat. Even diurnal animals, which have a limited amount of daylight in which to accomplish their tasks, follow this pattern.

Social activity comes in a distant third to eating and resting for foraging animals. When more time must be spent foraging, animals are more likely to sacrifice time spent on aggressive behavior than time spent resting. Extremely efficient predators have more free time and thus often appear more lazy than relatively inept predators that have little free time.

Many animals who live in groups also use baby-sitters. Some might consider that lazy but it does give the parent a chance to feed, groom and rest. Just like us, if one cannot have the basics in life coupled with a bit of relaxing we can burn out which can make our immune systems weak.

Beggar Dogs

Beggars deserve respect, just as every other living being. Giving money or not, is a personal choice. Many beggars use a dog to increase the beggar income. In the competition for alms, the strategy is normally to look as pathetic as possible.  Nobody spends his time on the pavement because this is his dream job and everybody can use the money.

On the spot where previously a blind man was singing, a little dog was sitting with his boss on the background. The dog was holding a cup in his mouth and was begging like only a dog can beg. Coins were pouring in, so it is a matter of time until this strategy is copied. As a donator, you should probably not think too much and just feel happy that you “tried” to do a good deed.

5,000 Ducks Crossing The Road

A Chinese farmer caused chaos on the roads when he ducked out to feed his flock of 5,000. Hong brought streets in the eastern city of Taizhou to a standstill when, accompanied by a colleague, he took his animals to a pond. Armed with nothing but a cane, he guided his feathered friends three quarters of a mile as part of an annual tradition in Zhejiang province.

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And he boasted that, incredibly, he had not lost a duck in the past six months while making the trip.

Animals Weddings

More and more, people are starting to plan weddings for their pets. It’s actually surprising but animals weddings are more popular today than ever before. For many of us Wedding is the happiest day in our lives and should be special. A lot of girls imagine their wedding day from their childhood and they already have prepared all details in their heads. In the following article wedding photos will differ from standard celebrations. You will see wedding of dogs, cats, bears, rabbits, monkeys and few more. Seems bizarre? Well scroll down and check out photos we collected for you…

The Life of Subway Dogs

The elite of Moscow’s 35,000 stray dogs are about 500 Russian dogs constantly living in the Moscow subway (Metro). About 50 of subway dogs have learned to ride the trains, commuting from quiet suburbs stations where they spend the night to downtown where it’s easier to get some food.

Each morning, like clockwork, they board the subway, off to begin their daily routine amidst the hustle and bustle of the city. But these aren’t just any daily commuters. These are stray dogs who live in the outskirts of Moscow Russia and commute on the underground trains to and from the city centre in search of food scraps.

Then after a hard day scavenging and begging on the streets, they hop back on the train and return to the suburbs where they spend the night.

Living in the subway is just a survival tactic the Moscow stray dogs have come up with. The subway dogs have figured out how to use the city’s huge and complicated subway system, getting on and off at the stops they need. They recognize the desired station by smell, by recorded announcer’s voice, and by time intervals basing on their biological clocks. Usually they ride first or last car to keep away from crushes.

Experts studying the dogs, who usually choose the quietest carriages at the front and back of the train, say they even work together to make sure they get off at the right stop – after learning to judge the length of time they need to spend on the train.

In Soviet times stray dogs were barred from subway. Today Moscow Metro’s passengers are so accustomed to dogs on subway – sleeping on empty seats and hanging around stations – that they do not pay any attention.

For these strays the Moscow Metro is their home. The subway dogs get outside to do all their deeds and behave friendly to the passengers. They have very good instincts about people, greeting happily kind passengers and avoiding contacts with intolerant. And they always find somebody who will share food with them.

With children the dogs “play cute” by putting their heads on youngsters’ knees and staring pleadingly into their eyes to win sympathy – and scraps.

Dogs are opportunistic and intelligent, and when they figured out they were no longer chased away from the subway stations, they began hopping trains for a lift into the city. The Moscow subway system is a maze that can be confusing for people, but the dogs appear to have learned the system.

Once in the city, the dogs have their own special ways of getting food. Some position themselves outside butcher shops and wait for dog lovers coming out of the shop to toss them a bone. Others have refined a technique of sneaking up behind people who are eating food and surprising them with a loud bark which hopefully scares the person into dropping whatever they’re eating. If the dog is successful in getting the person to drop their food, he grabs his prize and runs.

Packs of stray dogs are led not by the strongest or most dominant member, but by the most intelligent dog in the pack. The dogs understand living among people in a large city requires brains and not muscle to survive. Researchers have observed dog packs selecting pack members that are smaller and cuter than the other ones who are then sent out to beg for food.

The dogs also don’t leave messes laying around where someone can step in them, and they relieve themselves in out of the way spots away from the main traffic areas. The subway riding stray dogs of Moscow have essentially learned how to interact with people and move among them in order to survive.

Bear Bath In Water Barrel

Colorado Springs is situated near the base of one of the most famous American mountains, Pikes Peak, at the eastern edge of the southern Rocky Mountains. A family living in Colorado Springs wondered why the water barrel in their backyard was almost empty every week. They decided to capture on tape why their wooden barrel gets empty during the night. So they set up a camera…
You just have to see this photos to believe it!

Black And White Photos Of Old Animals

Age discrimination in the media doesn’t stop with humans. Our collective obsession with youth extends to the animal world. Isa Leshko has set out to document old age in the animal kingdom with a series of beautiful photographs entitled Elderly Animals. Some of the subjects wear their age lightly.

A 28-year-old Embden goose regards the camera with indifference and buries its beak in a stately expanse of feathers. Others seem more time-worn. With dimmed eyes and splayed legs, a 19-year-old Australian kelpie looks as weak and helpless as a newborn pup, while a wrinkled bronze turkey called Marino might have seen 100 years, not merely five.

Most of Leshko’s subjects are farm animals and pets that have ended up in animal sanctuaries around America. It is commonly assumed that animals bred in captivity, excepting those reared for slaughter, live longer than their counterparts in the wild.