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San Francisco Police Rescued An Adorable Baby Sea Lion

The sea lion pup weighs only 27 pounds.


1:32A giant panda cub on display at China's Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding.
Getty Images / Paul Gilham

Giant Pandas Could Soon Be Removed From The Endangered Species List

1:19Harambe the gorilla
Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden

Why Is The Boy's Father's Criminal Past Relevant In Gorilla's Death?

0:38An alligator not identified in the incident.

Alligators Found Eating Human Corpse In Florida

1:57Harambe the gorilla.
Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden

After Gorilla's Death, Petitioners Seek 'Justice For Harambe'

1:03Blood on a beach in the aftermath of a shark attack
Facebook / Lou DeMark

13-Year-Old Boy Suffers Shark Bite In Florida

1:32A grey-headed flying fox, a member of the species that is taking over Batemans Bay, Australia.
Jade Craven / CC BY 2.0

An Australian Town Is Being Overrun By Giant Bats

1:40A photo of 400-pound Harambe, a 17-year-old lowland gorilla killed on Saturday.
Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden

Cincinnati Zoo Kills Gorilla To Save Boy Who Fell Into Its Enclosure

:39Bees tend to eggs on a honeycomb.
Jordan Schwartz / CC BY 2.0

A Swarm Of Bees Kills A Hiker In Arizona

2:50All the big cat populations — from lions to snow leopards — are declining thanks to human activity.
Getty Images

Humanity's Worst Trick: Making Big Cats Disappear

1:13Horses run on at Pimlico Race Course in the 138th running of the Preakness Stakes
Getty Images / Patrick Smith

2 Horses Die At Pimlico Before The Preakness Stakes

1:19A black and white domestic shorthair cat looks at the camera.
Getty Images / David Paul Morris

New York Could Become The First State To Ban Declawing

1:13Giraffes' long necks are thanks to as few as two genes.
Doug Cavener

The Longest Neck In The Animal Kingdom Is Thanks To A Handful Of Genes

1:10Yellowstone National Park entrance.
Tom Pavel / CC BY 2.0

The National Park Service Reminds You To Stop Messing With Wildlife

1:01A Devils Hole pupfish
Olin Feuerbacher / U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service / CC BY 2.0

Drunk Dudes Might Have Killed One Of The Rarest Fish In The World

:48A raccoon caused a major power outage in Seattle.
Getty Images / Sam Greenwood

A Seattle Raccoon Left 39,000 People In The Dark

2:47A deer seen through a sight shaped like a heart
Intelligence Squared

Do Hunters Conserve Wildlife?

:51An image of one the lions rescued and moved to South Africa.
Getty Images / Dan Kitwood

Over 30 Rescued Circus Lions Are Moving Into A 12,000-Acre Sanctuary

1:35Kenya's ivory burn.
Kenya Wildlife Service

Kenya Sends Ivory Poachers A 105-Ton, Burning Message

1:08A performer rides an elephant during a live perfomance of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus at Madison Square Garden.
Getty Images / Scott Wintrow

Ringling Bros. Elephants Quit Showbiz, Join The Fight Against Cancer

:58Screenshot of the eagles eating a cat in their nest.
Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania

A Family Of Bald Eagles Ate A Cat For Dinner On A Live Webcam

1:13Humane Society International rescued dogs from a South Korean meat farm.
Humane Society International

Dogs Rescued From Meat Farm Coming To US In Search Of Forever Homes

1:00A girl hugs her dog on the first day of a dog show at the National Exhibition Centre.
Getty Images / Carl Court

Sorry, Your Dog Doesn't Want To Be Hugged

0:55Peacocks shake their feathers during courtship displays to catch the eye of potential mates.
Roslyn Dankin / PLOS One

High-Speed Cameras Capture Exactly How Peacocks Strut Their Stuff

1:07A biofluorescent chain catshark.
J. Sparks, D. Gruber, and V. Pieribone

Want To See What A Shark Sees? This Camera Can Show You

1:17An image from Kenya Wildlife Service of the ivory stockpile set to be burned at the end of April.
Kenya Wildlife Service

Kenya Says Its Plan To Burn 105 Tons Of Ivory Will Protect Elephants

1:17A bull elk is shown walking through the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge.
Larry Smith / CC BY 2.0

Elk Make Creepy Shrieks By Whistling Through Their Noses

1:35A shark is shown with its gills prominently displayed.
Leszek Leszczynski / CC BY 2.0

Shark Gills Might Be Why You Can Walk

1:12A close-up of a red-eyed cicada on a leaf.
Nick Harris / CC BY ND 2.0

Get Some Earplugs; The Cicadas Are Coming

1:01Trainer who died after the tiger incident at the Palm Beach Zoo.

Zookeeper Dies After Being Injured By A Tiger

2:39A tardigrade, or water bear, is shown under a microscope.
Frank Fox / CC BY-SA 3.0 DE

Water Bears Aren't As Cute As The Internet Thinks