London Zoo Animals Cool Off In Hot Weather
The animals of London Zoo have some interesting ways of cooling off in the Summer.
Polar Bear Cubs Go Exploring
These twin polar bear cubs are taking their first steps in their new home. Complete with a big pool and some rocks to explore, it looks like they'll have a blast!
Elephants Play Soccer
Who knew elephants had these kind of skills? The big creatures were introduced to a local soccer match in Thailand, and they were naturals!
Fish World Cup
It may not be drawing the same crowds as the real World Cup in Brazil, but these fish are still giving it their best! Swimming in a tank complete with goals and corner flags, there was plenty to keep fans happy.
Four Rare White Tiger Cubs
This zoo in Crimea has a reason to celebrate, as one tigress has given them a few new additions. Giving birth to four bengal tiger cubs was a good reason to celebrate, but these cubs are also impressing with their rare white fur!
Cute Newborn Seals
Covered in a unique white fur, newborn seals can be a rare sight, but visitors at this aquarium were in for a treat! Attracting lots of interest, the seals have become the aquarium's main attraction, and are getting lots of attention!
Injured Turtle Gets Designer Fin
After losing two flippers, Freedom was left unable to raise his head above the water to breathe. Now, thanks to a new designer fin, he is swimming around again and looking happier than ever!
Baby White Tiger Litter
This zoo in Austria has broken records, after the birth of a litter containing five white tigers. Making their public debit in front of eager onlookers, these tigers already look right at home!
Cute Baby Tiger Triplets
You're not likely to see white tigers in the wild, so why not see them here instead! Three newborn tiger cubs have a play date, although it looks like they might be a bit of a handful for mom.
Pop-Up Cat Cafe
It may not be around for long, but North America has seen its first ever cat cafe, popping up in New York's Lower East Side. Promoting awareness of cat health and showing the benefits of adoption, the initiative should see a lot more cats finding new homes.