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Of the ‘Baby Doggy’ Puppy

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Now here’s a heart-warming moment that will bring a smile to your face! From user ‘kaned1′, “My 2 year old niece meets my sister’s new puppy. The puppy is a Schnauzer born on July 1st, so she’s only a couple weeks old. The breeder’s let us borrow her for a bit. Also, my niece is just learning to talk, so when she says “baby doggy”, we were all a little surprised. Grandma is holding the puppy.” (Rumble)

Major can’t wait to take his puppies outside and muddy them up a bit. But will mom let her soggy pups back into the house? (Discovery Channel)

This adorable 8-week-old West Highland Terrier puppy isn’t sure what to think after encountering a bone for the very first time. Now that’s a priceless reaction! (Rumble)

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    Of Marius the ‘Anti-Inbreeding” Penguin Church Giraffe

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    Marius the giraffe is pictured in Copenhagen Zoo February 7, 2014. The Copenhagen Zoo went ahead with a plan to shoot and dismember a healthy giraffe on Sunday and feed the 18-month-old animal’s carcass to lions – an action the zoo said was in line with anti-inbreeding rules meant to ensure a healthy giraffe population. The giraffe, named Marius, was shot in the head and then cut apart in view of children, according to a video of the incident released by the Denmark-based production company Localize. The zoo’s plans had sparked an outcry from animal rights activists. A British zoo had offered to give Marius a home and even started an online petition to save the giraffe, gathering more than 25,000 signatures. Picture taken February 7, 2014. REUTERS/Keld Navntoft/Scanpix Denmark (DENMARK – Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY) DENMARK OUT.

    Children watch as Marius, a male giraffe, is dissected, at the Copenhagen Zoo, in Denmark, Sunday, Feb. 9, 2014. Copenhagen Zoo turned down offers from other zoos and 500,000 euros ($680,000) from a private individual to save the life of a healthy giraffe before killing and slaughtering it Sunday to follow inbreeding recommendations made by a European association. The 2-year-old male giraffe, named Marius, was put down using a bolt pistol and its meat will be fed to carnivores at the zoo, spokesman Tobias Stenbaek Bro said. Visitors, including children, were invited to watch while the giraffe was dissected. (AP Photo/Polfot, Rasmus Flindt Pedersen) DENMARK OUT

    People look on as a veterinarian cuts apart the giraffe Marius after it was killed in Copenhagen Zoo February 9, 2014. The Copenhagen Zoo went ahead with a plan to shoot and dismember a healthy giraffe on Sunday and feed the 18-month-old animal’s carcass to lions – an action the zoo said was in line with anti-inbreeding rules meant to ensure a healthy giraffe population. The giraffe, named Marius, was shot in the head and then cut apart in view of children, according to a video of the incident released by the Denmark-based production company Localize. The zoo’s plans had sparked an outcry from animal rights activists. A British zoo had offered to give Marius a home and even started an online petition to save the giraffe, gathering more than 25,000 signatures. Picture taken February 9, 2014. REUTERS/Kasper Palsnov/Scanpix Denmark (DENMARK – Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY) DENMARK OUT

    People look on as a veterinarian prepares to dismember the giraffe Marius after it was killed in Copenhagen Zoo February 9, 2014. The Copenhagen Zoo went ahead with a plan to shoot and dismember a healthy giraffe on Sunday and feed the 18-month-old animal’s carcass to lions – an action the zoo said was in line with anti-inbreeding rules meant to ensure a healthy giraffe population. The giraffe, named Marius, was shot in the head and then cut apart in view of children, according to a video of the incident released by the Denmark-based production company Localize. The zoo’s plans had sparked an outcry from animal rights activists. A British zoo had offered to give Marius a home and even started an online petition to save the giraffe, gathering more than 25,000 signatures. Picture taken February 9, 2014. REUTERS/Kasper Palsnov/Scanpix Denmark (DENMARK – Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) DENMARK OUT

    Marius, a male giraffe, lies dead before being dissected, after he was put down at Copenhagen Zoo on Sunday, Feb. 9, 2014. Copenhagen Zoo turned down offers from other zoos and 500,000 euros ($680,000) from a private individual to save the life of a healthy giraffe before killing and slaughtering it Sunday to follow inbreeding recommendations made by a European association. The 2-year-old male giraffe, named Marius, was put down using a bolt pistol and its meat will be fed to carnivores at the zoo, spokesman Tobias Stenbaek Bro said. Visitors, including children, were invited to watch while the giraffe was dissected. (AP Photo/POLFOTO, Peter Hove Olesen) DENMARK OUT

    The carcass of Marius, a male giraffe, is eaten by lions after he was put down in Copenhagen Zoo on Sunday, Feb. 9, 2014. Copenhagen Zoo turned down offers from other zoos and 500,000 euros ($680,000) from a private individual to save the life of a healthy giraffe before killing and slaughtering it Sunday to follow inbreeding recommendations made by a European association. The 2-year-old male giraffe, named Marius, was put down using a bolt pistol and its meat will be fed to carnivores at the zoo, spokesman Tobias Stenbaek Bro said. Visitors, including children, were invited to watch while the giraffe was dissected. (AP Photo/POLFOTO, Rasmus Flindt Pedersen) DENMARK OUT

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      Of the Black Swan White Tiger Spirit Animals

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      Stunning black and white portraits of exotic zoo creatures Black swan. (Photo by AlexTeuscher/BNPS)

      Stunning black and white images of zoo animals White tiger. (Photo by AlexTeuscher/BNPS)

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        Of the Malay Fish Owl Green Tree Python Spirit Animals

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        Stunning black and white portraits of exotic zoo creatures Malay fish owl. (AlexTeuscher/BNPS)

        Stunning black and white portraits of exotic zoo creatures Green tree python. (AlexTeuscher/BNPS)

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          Of the Snowey Owl Arctic Wolf Spirit Animals

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          Stunning black and white portraits of exotic zoo creatures Snowy owl. (AlexTeuscher/BNPS)

          Stunning black and white images of zoo animals Arctic Wolf. (AlexTeuscher/BNPS)

          Aniwaya This is the “Wolf Clan”.[6] The Aniwaya, or Wolf Clan, has been known throughout time to be the largest clan. During the time of the Peace Chief and War Chief government setting, the War Chief would come from this clan. Wolves are known as protectors. Historically, the Wolf Clan was the largest and most important among the Cherokee.[9]

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            Of the ‘Tiergarten Schoenbrunn’ Sea Lion Cub

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            Five days old south American sea lion cub Alida waits at ‘Tiergarten Schoenbrunn’ Zoo in Vienna, July 11, 2013. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA – Tags: ANIMALS)

            Five days old south American sea lion cub Alida is pictured at ‘Tiergarten Schoenbrunn’ Zoo in Vienna, July 11, 2013. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA – Tags: ANIMALS)

            Five days old south American sea lion cub Alida shouts to its mother Kelo at ‘Tiergarten Schoenbrunn’ Zoo in Vienna, July 11, 2013. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA – Tags: ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

            Five days old south American sea lion cub Alida faces its mother Kelo at ‘Tiergarten Schoenbrunn’ Zoo in Vienna, July 11, 2013. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA – Tags: ANIMALS)

            Five days old south American sea lion cub Alida follows its mother Kelo at ‘Tiergarten Schoenbrunn’ Zoo in Vienna, July 11, 2013. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA – Tags: ANIMALS)

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              Of the Kenya Lake Turkana

              Kenya Wildlife Service rangers Juma Baraka (L) and Samuel Induare examine a two-month-old lion cub at the KWS headquarters in Nairobi. The cats are finding themselves under growing pressure as one of Africa’s fastest growing cities creeps onto ancient migration routes and hunting grounds. (AFP Photo/Simon Maina)

              A view of Lake Turkana, Kenya, one of the hottest and most desolate regions of Africa. Poor, drought-prone and populated by pastoralists, northern Kenya — including the Turkana region — was largely overlooked for decades. But new-found oil and Africa’s largest wind farm could be set to change all that. (AFP Photo/Carl de Souza)

                Of the Cherokee Wolf Pack

                In this Oct. 6, 2011 photo, a red wolf runs at the Wolf Conservation Center in South Salem, N.Y. The Wolf Conservation Center is raising and breeding endangered Mexican and red wolves. The animals roam in large pens on the 27-acre property, eating roadkill and whatever they catch. The center is an important part of the effort to return wolves to the wild in North Carolina, Arizona and New Mexico. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

                In this Oct. 6, 2011 photo, a Mexican wolf sits on the ground at the Wolf Conservation Center in South Salem, N.Y. The Wolf Conservation Center is raising and breeding endangered Mexican and red wolves. The animals roam in large pens on the 27-acre property, eating roadkill and whatever they catch. The center is an important part of the effort to return wolves to the wild in North Carolina, Arizona and New Mexico. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

                In this Oct. 6, 2011 photo, Alawa, a Rocky Mountain wolf, walks through the grass at the Wolf Conservation Center in South Salem, N.Y. The Wolf Conservation Center is raising and breeding endangered Mexican and red wolves. The animals roam in large pens on the 27-acre property, eating roadkill and whatever they catch. The center is an important part of the effort to return wolves to the wild in North Carolina, Arizona and New Mexico. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

                In this Oct. 6, 2011 photo, a breeding pair of Mexican wolves look around their enclosure at the Wolf Conservation Center in South Salem, N.Y. The Wolf Conservation Center is raising and breeding endangered Mexican and red wolves. The animals roam in large pens on the 27-acre property, eating roadkill and whatever they catch. The center is an important part of the effort to return wolves to the wild in North Carolina, Arizona and New Mexico. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

                In this Oct. 6, 2011 photo, red wolves walk around their enclosure at the Wolf Conservation Center in South Salem, N.Y. The Wolf Conservation Center is raising and breeding endangered Mexican and red wolves. The animals roam in large pens on the 27-acre property, eating roadkill and whatever they catch. The center is an important part of the effort to return wolves to the wild in North Carolina, Arizona and New Mexico. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

                  Lolo the Amman Jaguar

                  Lolo, a black jaguar, plays with Ward, her 14-month-old spotted cub, inside their enclosure at the zoo in Amman May 12, 2011. REUTERS/ (JORDAN – Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)

                  Lolo, a black jaguar, plays with Ward, her 14-month-old spotted cub, inside their enclosure at the zoo in Amman May 12, 2011. REUTERS/ (JORDAN – Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)


                    Of the Running Horses Power

                    Three horses enjoy the fresh snow as they run  through a snow covered meadow in Waidring in the Austrian province of Tyrol, Friday, Nov. 26, 2010. The snowfall caused traffic problems all over the country. (AP Photo / Kerstin Joensson)

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