by: laura-e-hearne 
 Photo credit: Omyn

 Photo credit: Omyn

by: low-iso

by: low-iso

The normally passive Lemurs at Longleat have been captured demonstrating some spectacular kung fu moves to resolve a family disagreement recentlyat the Wiltshire safari park. Keeper Dan Gray said ‘These encounters may look dramatic but the Lemurs are so agile that contact is rarely made.’  Picture: IanTurner/BNPS

The normally passive Lemurs at Longleat have been captured demonstrating some spectacular kung fu moves to resolve a family disagreement recentlyat the Wiltshire safari park. Keeper Dan Gray said ‘These encounters may look dramatic but the Lemurs are so agile that contact is rarely made.’  Picture: IanTurner/BNPS

By samtheyam. 

By samtheyam

by: low-iso

by: low-iso

Submission by: frannysara 

Submission by: frannysara 

By: timsrandomphotos
Threatened species keeper Monika Zabinskis with a Tasmanian Devil joey, who is being hand reared at Healesville Sanctuary in Victoria, Australia.  Picture: REX FEATURES

Threatened species keeper Monika Zabinskis with a Tasmanian Devil joey, who is being hand reared at Healesville Sanctuary in Victoria, Australia.  Picture: REX FEATURES

by Andi Gebhardt
Tweet by ~Teayii | Submitted by: tsahj 

Tweet by ~Teayii | Submitted by: tsahj 

Golden Red Macaw. Photo by: they-never-look-to-see-me-fly

Golden Red Macaw. Photo by: they-never-look-to-see-me-fly

Missy (Rt) walks around her enclosure at a Gloucestershire sanctuary. Missy is thought to be one of the oldest penguins in the world at the ripe old age of 36 which works out to 108 in human years  Picture: BNPS

Missy (Rt) walks around her enclosure at a Gloucestershire sanctuary. Missy is thought to be one of the oldest penguins in the world at the ripe old age of 36 which works out to 108 in human years  Picture: BNPS

by: kim1in 

by: kim1in 

Athena. Photo By David Hanjani

Athena. Photo By David Hanjani