Kourtney Kardashian is having a very difficult summer.
According to insiders, Ms. Kardashian had to make the tough decision to let Scott go after she
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A hidden wildlife camera in a Alberta National park showed the world what bears do when they think no one is watching!
And it's adorable!
And a little bit saucy?
Apparently the bears in this park are all about twerking with each other on one very lucky tree, and the result is something you've got to see to believe!!!
WARNING: Extreme cuteness is up ahead!!!
Check out this amazing video by watching it (above) !!!
What is Oprah Winfrey's idea of some rest and relaxation?
It's to go on an amazing adventure!!!
The television mogul went on a dream safari vacation in Africa where she saw some of the most beautiful animals we've ever seen!
The Nashville Zoo has a new temporary addition on its hands!
The zoo welcomed a female baby Eurasian Lynx on May 4th!!!
And the funny thing was - the zoo wasn't sure the baby's mom was even pregnant until she actually gave birth! Lolz!
Here's what the zoo's director said:
William Shatner is just one man.
One handsome, extraordinary man with the voice that sounds similar to a beautiful harp.
So when the Star Trek star speaks, we unequivocally listen.
For a new Greenpeace ad, Shatner makes the insightful point that pet owners would do anything to keep their beloved ones safe from harm.
But those same animal lovers seem nonchalant about the destruction happening to earth's animals and its environment as a whole.
We should protect ALL the animals, or as many as we can!
Check out the Shatner narrated Greenpiece video (above) !!!
If there's one thing we cannot get enough of, it's television shows involving animals!
We want 'em, love 'em, and adore 'em.
Which is why we're happy to hear that there are a TON of new animal television shows coming this spring.
Here are some of the new television series coming:
Coming very soon - Urban Tarzan starring John Brennan, who actually changed his legal name to UrbanTarzan and has saved and helped exotic animals for over 20 years, will being airing on television on March 19th!
If you're expecting boring and tedious work though, you shouldn't have tuned in to Spike TV.
Here's a description of the show:
Motion-triggered digital camera traps have given scientists a brand new way to study wild animals. And this method gets up close and personal!!
Managed by Conservation International, the network has deployed camera traps across 16 sites in Asia, Africa and Latin America, at each site, the traps collect up to 60,000 images every year - which may help scientists collect data that would have otherwise taken years to organize.
(Above) is only one of the many wild animals' portraits that have been taken, and we hope to see much MORE of these pictures.
We can't stop until we get enough!!!
See more animals… AFTER THE JUMP!!!