Have you ever seen someone walking a strange animal like a rat, some bird or a skunk as a pet? If you have seen such a thing then this will amaze you even more. These people’s blood streams with adrenaline while they are hanging out with these dangerous animals. Some keep them as pets while others are trying to mend into their environment. Hats of for their courage. I hope they never turn their back to them because we would like to watch them enjoying each others company.
The Man Who Massages Lions
Animal trainer Alex, 50, from Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, is able to get incredibly close to the big cats he works with at The Lion Park near Johannesburg, through complete mutual trust. While a stranger trying the same thing would end up as lunch for the animals, Alex uses his unique relationship to get close to the big cats he loves.
Saying Good-Bye to a Friend
Romanian Lucian Craita had a small lion cub called Richie that lived in his courtyard (for about eighteen months) and then Lucian decided to pass the lion to Vier Pfoten, an international animal rights foundation.
Hercules, the 900lb liger in London
Famous Hercules the liger wanted to walk a little bit through London.
Man and the Gorilla
British naturalist Damian Aspinall and Kwibi.
This heart-tugging video captured the extraordinary reunion of two old friends: a man and the gorilla he raised from infancy.
A Man Among Wolves
Maverick researcher Shaun Ellis raises abandoned wolf cubs and teaches them, by example, how to survive in the wild — living and behaving like them, howling, licking and snarling like them, even eating carcass meat like them.
Walking With Jaguars
Deep in the heart of the Bolivian jungle few conservation workers are walking through the undergrowth with a wild jaguars.
The Lion Whisperer – Kevin Richardson
Animal behaviorist Kevin Richardson says he relies on instinct to win the hearts and form an intimate bond with the big cats. He can spend the night curled up with them without the slightest fear of being attacked. His magic works not only work for lions but other animals such as cheetahs, leopards and even hyenas do not hold a threat against him.
Time to Feed the Pet Crocodile
Say hello to Johnie, a 13-year-old saltwater crocodile who lives with Vicki Lowing and her teenage son in their suburban home in Melbourne, Australia.
Christian The Lion – Old Touching Story
Two Australian guys that came to London in 1969 took the lion cub from Harrods and gave him a home almost for a year. Then they released him into the wild in Africa.
One year after George Adamson released Christian to the wild, his former owners decided to go looking for him in Africa to see whether Christian would remember them. Surprisingly, he did and also ‘introduced’ his new partner and cubs to them.