This video is amazing!!!
Lets break it down frame-by-frame.
Gorilla approaches a goose, and we're like uh oh - this isn't ending well for that goose!
Goose notices gorilla, and stars heading TOWARDS the gorilla! And we're all like turn around! Turn around!
Gorilla freaks and stars back pedaling, and we're all like what's happening, this is amazing!
Gorilla straight up RUNS from that goose! Cue us standing up and applauding!
Check it out for yourself by watching the video (above) !!!
We've never seen such a cute Aardvark!
The Antwerp Zoo in Belgium welcomed a baby Aardvark whose sex is unknown, and therefore its name is unknown, until its sex is determined.
But just because we don't know whether it is a boy or a girl - that doesn't mean we can't admire its adorableness!
The baby Aardvark has been receiving round-the-clock care, and zoo officials are hopeful the baby will stay in good health.
Which we certainly hope for - we want to see this pink baby Aardvark continue to grow, grow, grow!!!
Hang in there kiddo!
And all of y'all can check out some CUTE pictures (below) !!!
[Image via ZOO Antwerpen / Jonas Verhulst.]
Ricky Gervais is a kind-hearted, caring man who also just happens to be crazy HIGHlarious!
Ricky has worked with the WSPA, Cruelty Free International and PETA.
So he's a huuuuge animal rights supporter and activist. But how can he best help out his animal buddies??
On mainland Australia, Devil Ark is the largest conservation breeding program for the Tasmanian Devil.
We just learned something new about the tasmanian devil… they're SUPER cute as babies!
Just look at the pic (above) of a little Tasmanian Devil joey drinking from a bottle!!
Every little Devil is a gift because there's a highly contagious disease called Devil facial tumor disease (DFTD).
DFTD could lead to the extinction of of the Tasmanian Devil in the next 20 years!
So these little guys are just that much more precious!
There are over 120 Devils at the Ark and they hope to have 360 by 2016!
Good luck with the breeding! Let's keep these cuties around for future generations to "AWW" at!
[Image via Devil Ark.]
The Duke Lemur Center just had a couple of babies!
Please give a warm welcome to Hiddleston and Poots! Hiddleston is a male, and Poots is a female, and they are the cutest Blue-Eyed Black Lemurs that we've ever seen!
And if you have trouble discerning the two of them - Hiddleston is the black one and Poots is the reddish brown one - but they're both adorable!!!
Lemurs are not only adorable, but extremely rare. Which is great news that these two precious ones have been born.
The Duke Lemur Center is hoping they are the first of many lemur babies.
Hopefully they can preserve the species this way!
But in the meanwhile we'll just be over here admiring their adorableness!
Check out more pictures of them (below) !!!
[Image via Duke Lemur Center.]
Four super rare, super cute white tiger cubs were born just over a month ago at Tobu Zoo, Tokyo.
The little cuties have finally made their first public appearance!
The pretty kitties are between 11 and 16 inches long and weigh only 11-pounds.
They're basically walking stuffed animals.
With only about 250 white tigers in existence today, each of these babies is a little miracle.
The three babies, three male and one female, are still nursing but also beginning to eat meat.
Hundreds of people waited in line for hours to be able to get into the zoo and see the new baby tigers.
They're so rare and beautiful, its nice to be able to see that there are successful breeding programs keeping these majestic creature out of extinction.
Adorzable… just adorzable.
[Image via AP Images.]
Namoja - the resident female cheetah at the Allwetterzoo - has got a bunch of babies on her paws!
Five to be exact.
The mama cheetah had quintuplet cheetah cubs, and they are ALL adorable!
We honestly wouldn't mind just checking out picture of these cute little furry balls all day!
We wish we could hold and pet these little amazing animals, but from the look of that mother - she would rather rip anyone apart than let some strangers touch 'em.
We'll just have to watch them from afar.
Check out MORE pictures of these adorable cheetah babies (below) !!!
[Image via Allwetterzoo Munster.]