Posts Filed Under: animals
And we have the stupefyingly cute video to prove it.
And saving the internet.
To help drum up donations, Toronto's only wildlife centre is releasing x-ray images of its patients.
Female Masai giraffe born Thursday.
Starting today, you can go to Toronto's new aquarium if you want to. (As long as you've got 30 bucks.)
Sometimes, a pat on the head just isn't enough.
Two GTA mayors reel in one fish.
Officials don't know why hundreds of fish died in High Park's Grenadier Pond earlier this week.
What animals probably do when we aren't looking.
A new rooftop garden at the Toronto Humane Society will give both humans and animals a much-needed place to hang out.
The 10th-anniversary edition of Woofstock was a social event for two species.
Matthew Clowater and his school friends have teamed up with a local shop in an effort to raise money for the axolotl, which is cartoonishly cute, and also endangered.
New at Centre Island's Far Enough Farm this season: bunnies, and other things.
Why a York University PhD student thinks there's a place for bees in urban planning and landscape design.
Er Shun and Da Mao, the Toronto Zoo's new pandas, are ready to meet the public.
When Lucius the cat went missing, his owners didn't just make some flyers and call it a day.
This friendly, hairless breed of cat traces its beginnings to a Roncesvalles kitten.
The two pandas are expected to go on display in May.