Really, would you spend your weekend any other way? Via the super talented and always awesome Alex Wild come these incredible photos of beetles in flagrante delicto.
After a 22 month long gestation period, an elephant at the ZSL Whipsnade Zoo in England gave birth to the most adorable baby boy ever. The gestation period is so long, in part, so that the infant can do things like walk around on its own almost as soon as its born.
The three-month-old male, weighing in at a scant 1.5 pounds, is in quarantine at the San Diego Zoo. Soon, the fox will begin training to become an "animal ambassador" for the species, meaning he'll participate in educational programs.
Shaylee was busy playing with her toys on the couch when footage from one of NASA's Space Shuttle launches started playing on television. Anyone who's witnessed something as awe-inspiring as human spaceflight will surely identify with her sense of wonder. All together now: ISSAWOCKETSHIIIIIIIIP!
Remember the "wandering wolf," OR-7, who traveled from Oregon to California and back while wearing a GPS collar? The US Fish and Wildlife Service discovered that he's now a proud dad to at least three pups, thanks to some camera trap photos.
Bird baths aren't just for birds any more. A crafty coyote at Death Valley National Park decided to escape the heat by squeezing itself into a small bird-sized bathtub.
Who said you can't play with your cake and eat it too? The cake, in this case, is probably a dusky-footed woodrat.
The San Francisco Zoo recently introduced its lemurs to some pink plastic flamingos. The results were predictably adorable, but the flamingos weren't just decoration. They're an effort to give the lemurs a bit of mental exercise.
YouTuber Vusiuz has an albino hedgehog and her tiny little snores are definitely the most adorable thing you'll hear all day. Whether those sounds are associated with dreams we can't know for sure, but hedgehogs do probably have dreams and nightmares.
We've got exclusive early access to some new photos of the San Francisco's Zoo's newest resident, a 10-month-old male red panda. Get ready to make travel arrangements to get yourself to SF, pronto.
Next weekend, the San Francisco Zoo will introduce the world to its new 10-month-old male red panda, but we got our hands on some early behind-the-scenes photos of the tiny panda.