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Do U remember Pakak and Mitik, the two rescued calves from the Alaska Sea Life Center?
As a refresher, the two Pacific walruses were rescued after they were separated from their herd.
Pakak recovered well but it took Mitik bit longer as he was severely underweight.
Now, Mitik is on the mend and he LUHVs his new home at the New York Aquarium.
You may be strong, young warrior….but taste his HOOVES OF FURY!!!!!
A young cow does NOT want to go inside a wagon and you wouldn't like it when he's angry.
Just ask this farmer (above). After he pushes and shoves the youngster too many times, what does he get for his rudeness???
A swift back kick to the jewels!!!!!
Two Pacific walrus calves are feeling great after their periless journey.
Pakak and Mitik were both rescued near Barrow, Alaska and have been steadily improving in condition.
The bigger of the two babes, Pakak, weighs 300 pounds and is a bit more lively than Mitik, who is at a low 175 pounds.
Walruses are very social animals so the two rescues are being housed together at the Alaska Sea Life Center to play and communicate with each other.
And these two LOVE to play!
Check out the aDORable walrus calves (above) and learn more about their journey!
The Monarto Zoo got a pleasant and MUCH needed surprise when a FEMALE baby calf was born October 2.
The regional rhino population is dwindling, with only 20,000 left in the wild and a baby girl is just what the rhinos need.
The calf's parents, Uhura and Satara, have two sons as well as so we KNOW they're proven as a mama and daddy team!
For a species that suffers heavily against poaching, these future mama is great news!
Congrats on the new baby rhino, Monarto Zoo!
Down in South Africa, Johan Gray was in a preliminary motorcycle race, preparing for a serious endurance race.
The real race, the Amageza Gauteng is a 14-day endurance race across the South African plains.
So it would seem that this race was pretty important to him… but not as important as saving the life of a young calf stuck in a canal!
Bilbo Baggins is come early!
Hobbit, a baby Tikin is rumbling around the Highland Wildlife Park and he just look too fabulous!
The young'un is still pretty small compared to his mama Cava and his siblings but he'll grow in a BIG strong man!
Found mostly in Southeast Asia, these Asian cattle are tough and their only predators include tigers, leopards, and bears (oh my?).
Now, the happy family in the England zoo just got happier and bigger!