Animals (part 2)

Jules

Potters Clay
Gabriel

I thought I would post a picture of my spoiled house cat named Gabriel. He goes through alot at the hands of my children as you can tell by the pic.
 

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Lollipop

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Serena

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For Heather, who mentioned how much she likes Pandas, and for anyone else who can't resist this beautiful animal. :)

1) This black and white handout photo from the Smithsonian's National Zoo, shows the zoos female giant panda Mei Xiang bonds with her cub, outlined by a white box, Saturday, July 9, 2005, in Washington. The National Zoo's giant panda Mei Xiang gave birth to a squealing, vigorous cub early Saturday, zoo officials said. The cub likely weighs 3 to 5 ounces and is about the size of a stick of butter.

2) Giant pandas Tian Tian and Mei Xiang eat bamboo leaves at the Washington National Zoo in this January 16, 2002 file photo. Mei Xiang gave birth on Saturday to a giant panda cub, the first for the endangered bears. Mother and cub are doing well, but the first few hours after birth are crucial, said spokeswoman Peper Long. The sex of the cub could not be immediately determined.

3) Mei Xiang,

4) A giant panda lies on ice blocks to cool itself off at a zoo in Fuzhou, capital of southeast China's Fujian Province, Monday, July 4, 2005. The measures have been taken here to help the animals combat the heat wave plaguing the city.

5) A panda takes a bath to cool off at a zoo in Fuzhou, capital of east China's Fujian province, July 3, 2005. The temperature in the city climbed to 37 degrees Celsius (98.6 F). Thundershowers pound flood-hit Guangxi while provinces in the south and east are in the grip of sweltering heat, state media reported Sunday.
 

Serena

Administrator
For you feline lovers, more big cats in the news. :)

1) A white tiger looks on from his enclosure in a zoo in New Delhi June 23, 2005. Picture taken June 23, 2005. India is turning poachers into gamekeepers in a bid to save its dwindling tiger population.

2) White tigers play in a water pond inside their enclosure in a zoo in New Delhi June 23, 2005. India is turning poachers into gamekeepers in a bid to save its dwindling tiger population.

3) White tigers sit inside their enclosure in a zoo in New Delhi June 23, 2005. India is turning poachers into gamekeepers in a bid to save its dwindling tiger population.

4) A rare Bengal white tiger yawns in its enclosure at Singapore Zoo. The struggle to protect Asia's endangered wildlife has enjoyed rare progress over recent years but government inaction means many species are still doomed to extinction, activists meeting last week in Singapore said. June 26, 2005.
 

Lollipop

Banned
Serena said:
For you feline lovers, more big cats in the news. :)

1) A white tiger looks on from his enclosure in a zoo in New Delhi June 23, 2005. Picture taken June 23, 2005. India is turning poachers into gamekeepers in a bid to save its dwindling tiger population.

2) White tigers play in a water pond inside their enclosure in a zoo in New Delhi June 23, 2005. India is turning poachers into gamekeepers in a bid to save its dwindling tiger population.

3) White tigers sit inside their enclosure in a zoo in New Delhi June 23, 2005. India is turning poachers into gamekeepers in a bid to save its dwindling tiger population.

4) A rare Bengal white tiger yawns in its enclosure at Singapore Zoo. The struggle to protect Asia's endangered wildlife has enjoyed rare progress over recent years but government inaction means many species are still doomed to extinction, activists meeting last week in Singapore said. June 26, 2005.


Oh but I love the big cats, good job, good pictures!
 

Serena

Administrator
Lollipop said:
Oh but I love the bid cats, good job, good pictures!
Thanks, Lollipop. :) And good ones from you--even if they are a bit :eek:--with the butterfly and the baby & snake. :D Cute one of the two dogs!
 

Amos Stevens

New Member
Jules:poor Gabriel...you might tell your cubs that a cat never forgets & revenge will come some day :)

Hey Serena..I think that tiger wants you to look down his throat :) Thanks for the photos of the Pandas too
 

Jules

Potters Clay
Amos Stevens said:
Jules:poor Gabriel...you might tell your cubs that a cat never forgets & revenge will come some day :)

Hey Serena..I think that tiger wants you to look down his throat :) Thanks for the photos of the Pandas too
I am sure Amos. He knows which cub is nice to him and which ones are too rough. Right now he is not happy with my youngest.
 

pantera

New Member
Jules said:
I thought I would post a picture of my spoiled house cat named Gabriel. He goes through alot at the hands of my children as you can tell by the pic.
great pic, very funny Jules.
It's strange how children can play with animal. They play with them as they were just their best freinds. They do everything with them and most of the time, animals just let them do!!!:)
 

pantera

New Member
Lollipop said:
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great pics lollipop, i love the one with the kid washing the snake. :)
too funny:D
 

pantera

New Member
great pics too serena.
I agree with lollipop, pandas are wonderful and beautiful craetures.
And those withe tigers are very great too.
thanx
 

Serena

Administrator
pantera said:
great pics too serena.
I agree with lollipop, pandas are wonderful and beautiful craetures.
And those withe tigers are very great too.
thanx
Thanks, Pantera! :) I found a few more with the white tigers. I'll post them soon. They are very beautiful! :)
 

Serena

Administrator
1) A zoo official holds a seven-day old Stump-Tailed macaque at the state zoological park in Gauhati, India, Saturday, July 9, 2005. The macaque lost his mother two days ago. Stump-Tailed is one of the rare species macaque in the world.

2) Seven-year-old trained chimpanzee, Rudi, pretends to play golf during 'the animal wonder stage' at the Everland in Yongin, about 50 km (31 miles) south of Seoul, July 6, 2005. South Korea's major amusement park Everland launched a new animal show on July to attract more guests.

3) Three-day-old female Asian baby elephant Shaina Pali stands beside her mother Pang Pha during her first public appearance at Berlin Zoo June 17, 2005.

4) A pair of Flamingos form the shape of a heart at a zoo in Colombo June 26, 2005.

5) Chimpanzee Julliet holds her 90-day-old offspring Honey inside a zoo on a hot day in Lahore June 23, 2005. Honey has been feeling uneasy for the past week after temperature in Lahore rose up to 46 degrees Celsius (114.8 degrees Fahrenheit), a zoo worker said on Thursday. At least 375 people have died from sunstroke and dehydration in a month-long heat wave sweeping India, Nepal, Pakistan and Bangladesh, as South Asia endures one of its hottest summers on record, authorities said.
 
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