Animal Antics Two

Jaguar swimming across the Cuiabá River in Brazil

Leopards can swim when they need to, such as to reach an island or cross a river. Jaguars are superb swimmers and go diving for food, such as caimans and large fish.

Jaguar vs Leopard – Top 12 Key Differences and Comparisons (africafreak.com)

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My favourite is the last photo with them all lying in the tree, pays to look up in those areas if you are walking by. Great photography.

Glad you all enjoyed them it had not occurred to me to look at photos of lines with siblings or trees!  But I was watching a documentary yesterday about them in trees!   So I went for a search to see if I could find them, pity the Leopard when they leave cups up in trees and food.  I could hardly believe what I saw with this huge lion climbing up the tree to get the food, the cup went up higher and the lion must have know his weight would not have stood the lighter branches!  LOL

 

THIS IS GOING TOO FAR IMO!!


Citing Covid threat, Australian council SHOT SHELTER DOGS dead instead of allowing volunteers to collect them

22 Aug, 2021 19:42 Citing Covid threat, Australian council SHOT SHELTER DOGS dead instead of allowing volunteers to collect them A government probe has been launched after officials in New South Wales, Australia, shot and killed shelter dogs that were due to be rescued by volunteers – allegedly in an effort to prevent the volunteers spreading Covid-19.

The dogs, one of which had just given birth to puppies, were housed in a pound in the northwest of the state, and were due to be picked up by volunteers from a Cobar-based animal shelter. However, the Sydney Morning Herald reported on Sunday that workers with the Bourke Shire Council had shot them dead last week.

The council ruled that having the volunteers come and collect the animals would somehow put council employees and the local community, including “vulnerable Aboriginal populations” at risk of catching and spreading Covid-19, the Herald reported, citing the Office of Local Government, the council’s watchdog group. The group is now investigating whether animal cruelty laws were broken by the council.

 

 

Bot a common site a photo of a family of Snow Leopards.

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So adorable Celia, especially the cubs, awwww!

Beautiful Snow Leopard photos, thanks Celia.

Snow Leopards hunting!

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