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These little kitties are so darn CUTE!
They're clearly very young and they really want their bottles!
So this man helps feed the baby kitties and they're just so cute with how they use their feet to hold their bottles.
Check out the video (above) to see some pretty kitties feeding.
Look at that rhino! She's just GORE-geous! LOLz!
Prince William took a private visit to England's Port Lympne Wild Animal Park and got up close and personal with Zawadi, a five year old black rhino.
The Duke of Cambridge even fed her! Talk about the royal treatment!
Since the visit, Zawadi and two other rhinos have been introduced to the wild in Tanzania, where the black rhino is critically endangered.
The rhinos were shipped with a special DHL Boeing 747 and were fed fruits and veggies along the way.
We wonder if they ate the RHINES too! HA!
[Image via AP Images.]
A foie gras ban is looming on the California horizon.
Foie gras, fatty duck liver, is a cruel delicacy, considered delicious by some and disgusting by us — and many other Californians as well.
They fatten up the ducks' livers by
Tom Willis was born without arms.
But that doesn't stop him from living his life!
He fed a giraffe!
With his feet!!
'They have a two-hour feeding window and for $2, you can get three biscuits. I've wanted to do it for a while, but I was concerned how they might react.
I pet dogs with my feet, but they can get riled up because when you lift your foot, it looks like you're going to kick them.'
He waited until other people weren't around and had help from the zoo keepers setting it up.
Even though both he and the giraffes were wary at first, he actually fed them.
'A giraffe tongue is one inch for every foot of neck. I wasn't sure what having a salami-like tongue around my foot would feel like.
They don't have top teeth. You know, the tongue wasn't soft and gooey, but it wasn't sandpapery like a cat's tongue. I'd describe it as firm, but moist.'
So even though he doesn't have arms, he hasn't let that stop him from living as normal a life as possible!
Way to go!
[Image courtesy Georgeanne Irvine/San Diego Zoo.]
We are SO glad we're not swimming in that ocean!
A rescue helicopter was flying off the coast of Australia when it caught this school of sharks in a feeding frenzy!
Check out the above video to see the ocean churning with hungry sharks!
That is insane.
Not only is this bird feeding the dog noodles, which is crazy, but the bird even dips the noodles in sauce!!
We don't know the last time we've seen animals collaborate like this but we want MORE!
We demand more interspecies cuteness.