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Panthers - Wild Animals News & Facts by World Animal Foundation

Creat photo of this Mountain Lion.

Don't know who to believe some people say this is not correct?

So who do we believe?

 

Race against time to stop vulnerable koalas from being KILLED after bureaucratic nightmare leaves animal sanctuary facing evicion by morning - leaving the beloved animals to be released or euthanised

Adelaide Koala Hospital was moved by the South Australian government into a disused building in Campebelltown, north-east of the city, while bushfires ravaged the region last year.

 

Social media users were horrified at the prospect of the clinic closing down. Pictured: An injured koala at the rescue centre  
 

Social media users were horrified at the prospect of the clinic closing down. Pictured: An injured koala at the rescue centre

 

 

 

Pictures worth Tweeting about! Stunning images from international RSPB photography competition reveal moment a male kingfisher feeds its hungry chicks and a vulture tries to grab a live jackal Stunning images from international RSPB photography competition

Photographer Ravi Parvatharaju beat off entries from all over the globe to land the top prize with his picture of a hassled kingfisher trying to feed his two chicks (bottom right). Left: A photograph of an aracari - a medium-sized toucan which is native to the Neotropics - taken by Gary Spicer. Top right: A vulture desperately trying to attack a jackal in the Zimanga Game Reserve. The picture was taken by British photographer Kevin Nash, 55. He said: 'The fearless jackal appeared from nowhere and chased the huge bird off. I just managed to get one shot off - but it worked.'

I like the aracari photo.

A photograph of an aracari - a medium-sized toucan which is native to the Neotropics - taken by Gary Spicer.

Yes so do I RnR  I nearly put him in the picture too!