23/07/14 The Asa Diaries – Leopard Rewilding Program by Jack Kinross

 Jack Kinross

Jack Kinross

Death of a leopard strengthens resolve as Asa nears home…

 

Tiger Ice Break: Tigress Ussuri’s cubs try to reach water beneath ice.

 

Ussuri and cubs at Tiger Canyons, South Africa

Ussuri and cubs at Tiger Canyons, South Africa

Tiger Ice Break: Tigress Ussuri’s cubs try to reach water beneath ice 

In the coldest winter ever at Tiger Canyons, South Africa, Ussuri’s cubs try to break the ice on la Vea Dam to reach the water underneath. Ussuri teach the cubs how to do this.

Avistamento de 4 onças- Projeto Onçafari.

Equipe do Projeto Onçafari

Equipe do Projeto Onçafari

Programa produzido por Mario Haberfeld, idealizador do Projeto Onçafari, César Augusto e Adriano Gambarini. Hoje falamos de algumas onças que acompanhamos aqui no Projeto Onçafari. EM especial 3 filhotes que acabam de completar um ano de idade.
O canal Onçafari, aqui no youtube, tem um novo programa todas as quintas-feiras. Aqui, falamos de habituação, fotografia e conservação das onças pintadas e de outros animais ao redor do Mundo.

Produção: Mario Haberfeld

Fotos: Projeto Onçafari, Mario Haberfeld.

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Anta: a jardineira da floresta | Curiosidade animal

Anta-sul-americana (Tapirus terrestris) – Foto: Fábio Paschoal

Anta-sul-americana (Tapirus terrestris) – Foto: Fábio Paschoal

Anta: a jardineira da floresta | Curiosidade animal.

Gorilla Doctors – Gorilla Doctors Blog – Blackback Kabukojo’s Health Suffers as He Struggles to Lead Rushegura Group

Blackback Kabukojo, the young leader of Rushegura group in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.

Blackback Kabukojo, the young leader of Rushegura group in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.

Gorilla Doctors – Gorilla Doctors Blog – Blackback Kabukojo’s Health Suffers as He Struggles to Lead Rushegura Group.

Elephants Have 2,000 Genes for Smell—Most Ever Found

 

A young African elephant in Amboseli, Kenya. Photograph by João Nuno Gonçalves, National Geographic Your Shot

A young African elephant in Amboseli, Kenya. Photograph by João Nuno Gonçalves, National Geographic Your Shot

Elephants Have 2,000 Genes for Smell—Most Ever Found.

Franz Josef Land – Russia’s Franz Josef Land Archipelago

 

Photograph by Cory Richards A polar bear stands sentinel on Rudolf Island in Russia’s Franz Josef Land archipelago, destination of a multidisciplinary scientific expedition in the summer of 2013.

Photograph by Cory Richards
A polar bear stands sentinel on Rudolf Island in Russia’s Franz Josef Land archipelago, destination of a multidisciplinary scientific expedition in the summer of 2013.

Franz Josef Land.