When you think about dolphins, you probably imagine highly social animals that enjoy basking in the lime light. For the most part, you’d be right. Sperm whales, on the other hand, tend to be on the opposite end of the socialization spectrum; they’re shy, reserved, and they rarely mingle with other sea creatures.
White lions are so rare that they are generally considered extinct in the wild. So zookeepers in the Ukraine were left flabbergasted a few weeks back when two pregnant female tawny lions (whose mates are also tawny) gave birth to five white lion cubs.
WWF Russia has recorded some incredible footage of critically endangered Amur Leopards showing that the animals have grown in number over the last few years. The sighting of at least 12 leopards through the hidden cameras also shows mothers with almost grown leopard cubs.
Albino kangaroo offspring Albert takes cover underneath his mother in the bird and animal park in Marlow, Germany.
Albert is the central attraction in the park since albino kangaroos are a rarity.
It was celebration time in Northern Rwanda yesterday when a Mountain Gorilla named Kabatwa gave birth to twins. The birth of twins is extremely rare among these endangered species whose population is estimated below 800 in numbers.