Taronga Zoo is celebrating the birth of a rare animal, a female Eastern Bongo calf, on April 2, 2012, in the early hours. (.) She's been named Kiazi, which means sweet potato. (.) Eastern or Highlands Bongos are listed as Critically Endangered with as few as 75 animals remaining in small groups of 6-12 in their Kenyan upland range. Numbers of the highland Bongo collapsed due to poaching. Sadly there are now more bongos in human care than there are in the wild. (.) Photo Credit: Taronga Zoo
Tourists are overcome with rabbits while on a trip to Rabbit Island in Japan. This is the bizarre moment tourists were smothered by dozens of bouncing bunnies during a trip to Rabbit Island in Japan. Okunoshima is a small island tucked away off the coast of Japan and is home to hundreds of wild rabbits.
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