Kira, a two and a half year-old tiger, arrived at a zoo in Mexico's northeast in April after her owner could no longer feed her due to the coronavirus-induced economic collapse.
In the first three days, he didn't feed and after realising his mother "wasn't paying him any attention," they pulled him out of the compound, dehydrated and suffering from "hypothermia and hypoglycemia." By Wednesday, the change was evident.
One cute group is making the most of Singapore's partial virus lockdown -- penguins at the city-state's zoo, who are being given the run of the empty complex and revelling in the chance to do some exploring.
A 2-month-old Sumatran tiger cub was born May 23 as her seven-year-old mother Nuri’s first offspring and the authorities at the Wroclaw zoo are overjoyed that the mother is taking very good care of her.
The protest “#VoicefortheVoiceless: a peaceful demonstration against animal cruelty” took place outside the Islamabad Zoo on August 10th, 2019.
"We have just heard from Pakistan High Court Kaavan is free," the singer and animal rights campaigner tweeted on Thursday in capital letters, adding a string of emojis and saying she felt "sick." "This is one of the greatest moments of my life," she said.
The movement aims to compel the government to stop cruelty against animals at zoos as well as at the pet markets across the country.
A lioness is beaten with sticks while her cubs are dragged away -- a Gazan zoo closed after a long campaign has reopened, with conditions seemingly as bad as ever.
With music, treats and balloons, friends of Pakistan's only Asian elephant threw a farewell party for the creature ahead of its relocation to Cambodia following years of campaigning by animal rights activists.