Animal rescue – orphaned wild animals – BBC wildlife

Animal rescue - orphaned wild animals - BBC wildlife
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In this episode, Africa Bush Rescue features a whole variety of baby animals including baby Baboons, Leopards and Cheetahs at an African orphan rescue centre. Cute animal clip from the BBC.


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  1. Watching this video reminds me of the death of Littlefoot's mother from The Land Before Time. It's very sad to see the poor orphaned animals being left alone with their parents gone. TT_TT

  2. I've never heard of this horror why don't you get BBC to air this in US and England! Name the countries so tourists can BOYCOTT them! And name the hunters in the press so we can shame them! Washington, D.C. lawyer!

  3. @moneemayumi Lol me too! Hey, you commented on a Zim vs Dib video 10 days ago! Lol u shot soniclover with a Darth gun hehee

  4. I remember the first time, a few years ago, when I shot my first caged rhino. It was so easy, and the price was fair. When I got home with its horn, I saved it for winter. That Christmas I warmed my hands by rhino horn, which burns exceptionally well. I'd shoot another one – if caged – in a heartbeat for fuel that burns that well.

  5. You have obviously seen neither.
    Yes it takes skill.
    Where I go I will grant you not much all the same.
    Moose were introduced here as food in 1908.
    As for bow hunting and the likes. I have never left a wounded animal to die uselessly. Ask some bow hunter.

  6. What sort of pathetic human shoots a caged animal just to watch it die? How sick and perverted! Hunting for food is one thing, this is pure evil! I sincerely hope God has more mercy on their wretched souls than they extended to that animal.

  7. Doesn't take much skill to put a bullet through an unarmed creature.

    At least Natives used an Arrow, while on horses and hunted for food they needed, and used the rest of the animal for other resources.

    Skill? Hardly… it isn't war… remember that.

  8. We hunt to fill a freezer. A head shot to a moose is much better than that pork or beef goes through.
    Most real hunters are pretty carefull and here some are very skilled.

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