The triplets are the cutest.
Aren't these bengals adorable.
And how do the mothers do this and not take their sweet little heads off!
What a flower she is, huh?
He's showing us his big feet.
These little fellow's have a big growl.
Wow! that's all I can say here.
It was not easy, but I did find wolf cubs.
My dream vacation would be to go on an African safari to see some of the big cats in their natural habitat. They probably won't be around for later generations.
Tigers live in different climates like hot rain forest, the woods of India, as well as the snowy forest of Asia. They prefer to hide in shadows and do not go into open country like Lions do. It is said only about 5,000 to 7,000 of them exist in the wild. To see them just once I'd endure almost anything. Snow leopards live in the mountains of Central Asia where they have access to the steep, rugged and mountainous terrain they prefer. They are very elusive, and like the tiger, they're an endangered species. Next to the domestic cat, leopards were the most adaptive and abundant of the felines - until men unbalanced nature. Now the majority is located in Africa. We have expanded our living areas, and in doing so, soiled and damaged habitats of all creatures great and small.
See the little guy above with the big feet? Will his children or their children be able to survive in what little space we've left for them?
Growl and roar-it's okay to let the beast out.-J. Hali Steele