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World Giraffe Day 2017: Stand Tall for Giraffe

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Stand tall for giraffe this June! You can help. Learn about the people and organization protecting this iconic species from silent extinction.

We dare you to look away from these mesmerizing African desert time-lapses

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National Geographic featured these entrancing time-lapses of African deserts by Matthew Hood. Capturing several distinct landscapes of Namibia, this video is both mesmerizing and soothing—a perfect escape from the bustle of a busy day.

Animal Cuteness
May 10, 2017

See Spot Play: This adorable wolf pup will undoubtedly capture your heart

This two-month old grey wolf puppy, Shadow, knows how to have a good time at the San Diego Zoo.

Animal Cuteness
April 28, 2017

Watch this rescued baby elephant fall in love with his human rescuer

Seeing Khamla, a baby rescued elephant, hold hands with Darrick, her rescuer, as she parades him around the rest of the herd is incredibly touching.

April 27, 2017

Take a tour of Seacrest Wolf Preserve, the largest wolf preserve in seUS

Seacrest Wolf Preserve is the largest wolf preserve in the southeast United States. Founded by Cynthia Watkins, the preserve is open to the public on weekends for education and tours.