It’s Friday! Which seat will you take?
Tigers swimming! Filmed underwater, where they appear to be grazing on the bottom of the pool! Well, who knows, but here, courtesy of reader Michael, is some nice video of. . .
The Tiger Temple at Australia Zoo has the only glass underwater viewing in Australia! What better way to see our amazing tigers cooling down and getting active in their pool during the tropical summer weather.
This short video, of a young polar bear cub encountering snow for the first time at the Toronto Zoo, has gone pretty viral: I saw it on the evening news as the requisite end-of-the-show “squee moment.” You have to admit, though, it’s pretty cute. According to reader P., who sent the link:
He was the lone survivor of a litter of three, and the zoo staff removed him from his mother, as she had a tendency to reject or neglect her cubs. I do hope they’ll be reunited some day.
The cub was born on November 9 and the video was just posted, so the little guy is less than three months old. And his squeak hasn’t yet turned into a roar—or whatever noise adult polar bears make.