Imogen the Koala from Symbio Wildlife Park celebrated turning three years of age this week, and didn't she get spoilt.
With best mates and fellow world famous Koalas "James and Willow" joining in the celebrations they even had a selfie station to get the best Koala Selfies EVER.
From a gorgeous bouquet of freshly picked wild flowers brought in by Zoo Keeper Jules, through to more Koala cuddles than the sweet girl could ask for, it was definitely a day to remember.
Believe it or not, the United States was once home to scores of wild parrots. No, really! Thick-billed parrots now live in the high-elevation pine tree forests in northern Mexico, but these brightly-colored birds once roamed the skies of New Mexico and Arizona. Thick-billed parrots can break through nearly any nut on the planet, but mostly feed on pine tree nuts, tree bark and insects. Sadly, due to a combination of the illegal pet trade, habitat loss and climate change, these birds have not been seen in the United States for at least 25 years.
If you've ever been a bride or a bridesmaid, you know that each person handles the big day differently! Whether it's the one that drinks a little to much, or the one that helps too much, they are all equally as important on making your special day perfect! Which type of bridesmaid are you?
Halloween is upon us and if you are a pet owner you know how amazing and important it is to dress your pet up in the best costume! Whether it's a last minute costume idea for this year or inspiration for next year, here are some epic Halloween pet costumes!
See how Dale Ham's purchase of a few peach trees turns into a harvest he never could have imagined.
Sharien Strange, Dale Ham
11939 Co Rd 309
Terrell, TX 75161
This little lady is a cotton-top tamarin at Boise Zoo. With the stocky build of something out of the Gremlins and the smooth locks of the frontman of an 80s hair band, she quite the stunner. At under a foot in length, cotton-top tamarins are some of the smallest primates in the world. Found deep in the forests of northwest Colombia, these guys are at turns altruistic and spiteful, known for their aggressive behavior between groups. Sadly rapid deforestation has seen their wild population drop by 80 percent over the past three generations.