What is a genet cat?
A cat-like carnivore with a leopard pattern—the genet cat is a unique critter that will surely grab attention on your African safari. Even if it may hang around the safari lodge with its highly distinctive musky smell, it surely is not a cat! Its closest
Your African Safari is a safari-planning and safari review site.
It was created to help support a healthy African wildlife population.
All reviews are vetted before being approved and only ethical tours are published
Mountain gorillas can be found in two national parks in Uganda: Bwindi Impenetrable and Mgahinga. Uganda has announced
Editor’s note: This post is a Care2 favorite, back by popular demand. It was originally posted on June 14, 2014. Enjoy!
Not all non-human animal dads are cut out for family life, but there
Toby is a 6-year-old cat who has feline cutaneous asthenia, a rare condition that makes him look wise beyond his age.
The condition makes his skin extremely fragile and causes it to appear loose
Since late December, 27 racehorses have lost their lives at Santa Anita Park in Southern California.
After 22 horses died, the racetrack closed in March and the track was inspected. Although the cause of
This week, Interior Secretary David Bernhardt released a statement: “President Trump is committed to expanding public access on public lands…”
So far so good!
“… and this proposal is executing on that directive by opening
In 1986, the Chernobyl nuclear power plant struck fear in people around the world when its reactor failed, emitting 400 times more radiation than that of the Hiroshima bomb.
Roughly 350,000 people were evacuated
Anti-whaling campaigners are welcoming news that no fin whales will be killed in Iceland this summer.
The International Whaling Commission (IWC) banned commercial whaling in 1986, but after Iceland returned to the IWC in
It’s been long believed that koalas can stay hydrated just by eating leaves, but researchers have found that isn’t true, and the discovery has led to a way that may help them survive
First, there were cat cafes. Then, goat cafes came along. Now, you can sip coffee and interact with a range of wild animals, from owls and raccoons to otters and hedgehogs.
Wild animal cafes