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Cows can go to summer camp too (for water therapy).
Watch #SavedbytheBarn now on Animal Plant GO.
The lion-tailed macaque is famous for the silver-white mane surrounding its head from the cheeks down to its chin. Because of this, the macaque's German name is Bartaffe, translating into beard ape. 🧔🏻 But what's really growing on us is the tail which resemble those of lions! https://t.co/PuXvrFYZ2A
#ICYMI Whisper is a mama now! See the moment her beluga calf is born and find out if it's a boy or a girl on Animal Planet GO! #TheAquarium https://t.co/LgpoX35ABh https://t.co/BKcK3hlDt5
Nothing to see here! Just a bear cub munching on some bird seed on someone's porch!
Don't miss a new episode of #NorthWoodsLaw tonight at 9pm ET. https://t.co/lGuME6vBuN
POP QUIZ! Which animal's armor is this? Hint: Some can curl up into a ball, like a roly-poly to protect themselves. Tell us your best guess!
If you guessed Armadillo -- you're right! #PhotoOfTheDay https://t.co/wxKoed8F3c
Goats just wanna have fun.
Jump into a new episode of #SavedbytheBarn following the Zoo on Animal Planet. https://t.co/DBIXj5e6YK
Meet the newest addition to the gaur herd at the @bronxzoo tonight at 8p on #InsideTheZoo! https://t.co/l7Gx0nd7oh
Now that is one udderly adorable road trip.
Meet the people dedicating their lives to saving farm animals on #SavedbytheBarn tonight at 9P on Animal Planet. https://t.co/sQkvskj8wt
Red pandas are famous for their incredible acrobatic skills! They have a special thumb-like wrist bone that helps them get an extra grip when climbing. And while they can’t exactly extend their arms like an acrobat to keep their balance, they can use their tails. #PhotoOfTheDay https://t.co/M6rf05Cotn
We get to find out the gender of Whisper's calf tonight! Don't miss a special episode of #TheAquarium tonight at 10p to follow this amazing birth story! https://t.co/3hXOq16LI1
Ready for a pawsome launch today!
#SpaceLaunchLIVE returns with live coverage of the second @SpaceX / @NASA launch attempt today at 2pm ET/ 11am PT on Discovery. 🛰
(📸 @KatyPerry Nugget) https://t.co/o5yNSnoWsj
It has been reported that a gang of rhesus macaques ambushed a lab assistant and escaped with test samples of #coronavirus in India.
It has been reported that a gang of rhesus macaques broke into a laboratory and escaped with test samples of #coronavirus in India.
The monkeys climbed up into trees and chewed on the samples before throwing them back. https://t.co/uiOgZTkKrw
So, we know what you're thinking and no #flamingos were hurt in this video! These flamingos are trying to feed their chick with red crop milk. Parent flamingos produce crop milk in their digestive tracts and regurgitate it to feed their young. Originally seen on @ScienceChannel! https://t.co/yehwYBqm5H
Whooping cranes really like to 'whoop it up' when it comes to attracting a mate. They call loudly and do what might look like a crazy dance to get attention. They flap their wings, shake, jump up & down, and toss around feathers and grass! New Tiktok dance anyone? #PhotoOfTheDay https://t.co/c32sTPnmQE
Nesting into a new home & looking to impress? You have plenty in common with the Cape Weaver. 🦜The male meticulously crafts his nest to be structurally sound & fully waterproof in anticipation of his auspicious mate. If his residence is sub-par, she will pass. #IDontWantNoScrub https://t.co/gdBK76Mnq9
Did Whisper give birth to a baby girl OR boy? Vote and tell us your predictions! Then, find out in a special episode of #TheAquarium Saturday, May 30 at 10p. @GeorgiaAquarium
Chameleons usually eat big insects such as grasshoppers and crickets. With this tongue, no prey is off limits. The chameleon's tongue can reach its food in just 0.07 seconds, with the projectile acceleration reaching over 41 g's of force. We hear lunch bells!
Will four neglected calves find their forever home?
Watch #SavedbytheBarn on Animal Planet GO. https://t.co/yAX7iv14DN
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