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This ‘Game of Thrones’ Fan has a Real-Life Dire Wolf that will Make you Jealous

This girl’s dire wolf will make us all envious.






Dire wolf has been linked to the epic drama series, “Game of Thrones.” In fact, the creature is now known as the sigil of the House of Stark and the pets of Ned’s children, Robb, Sansa, Arya, Bran, Rickon Star and even Jon Snow.

Since dire wolf has been introduced in “Game of Thrones,” fans of the show are now looking forward or even hoping to have a dog like this breed. But, one lucky “Game of Thrones” fan, actually, has a 10-year-old Alaskan Malamute that can be mistaken as a little dire wolf.

Named Danny the Dire Wolf, this dog and his owner do dress up together and even cosplay to look like “Game of Thrones” characters.

Danny the Dire Wolf and his Human as Daenerys


Daenerys has no dire wolf in “Game of Thrones,” but she looks perfect here while leaning to her dog.

Dire Wolf is already an extinct specie and said to be as big as Gray Wolf, which is about 80-85 cm


Dire Wolf is one of the most known prehistoric carnivores in North America, that’s why Ned doesn’t want his kids to have it before


However, Danny looks so innocent and harmless here


And even here


Compared to Dire Wolf, Alaskan Malamute is only a large breed of Domestic Dog


They are originally breed for tugging heavy loads because of their known strength and endurance


Alaskan Malamute is similar to other arctic breed dogs, like Greenland dog, Canadian Eskimo Dog, the Siberian Husky, and the Samoyed


Moreover, aside from “Game of Thrones,” Danny and his human are also doing other costume plays


Here, they are channeling Princess Mononoke


Danny as Chewbacca from Star Wars along with some Stormtrooper


The Fox and Little Red Riding Hood


Here is Danny and his human in an ordinary walk


A little hello from Danny 🙂


Of course, he can look comical, too


Want to see more of Danny? Check more of his pictures here!

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Adorable Koala Bear Breaks Into A Woman’s Home And Started Pole Dancing

This animal’s got serious skills!

Mark Andrew



Discovering an intruder inside your house may be a shocking experience but Nikki Erickson didn’t anticipate she would feel extremely amused when she found one at her home one day.

Why, you ask? Well the said trespasser was actually a cute, furry koala bear and it attempted to do an impromptu pole dance performance for her.

Nikki, an educator and competitive pole dancer based in South East Queensland, Australia, absolutely didn’t expect to see a poledancing-koala in her home last year. She recently uploaded a throwback video on her Facebook account and the internet simply couldn’t get enough of the adorable encounter.

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Woman Waves At A Bear From Her Car And The Polite Bear Actually Waves Back

One wouldn’t expect this aggressive wild animal to be so obliging.

Dondi Tiples



Bears, by and large, are wild animals. Most bears are known to be dangerous, especially just after waking up hungry after hibernation, or when protecting their young.

In some instances, however, bears can surprise everyone with their almost human responses. One bear in particular nearly shocked a visitor to the Olympic game farm in Washington by doing something really unexpected.

A woman riding a car on a sightseeing trip to the game farm stopped by a huge grizzly from behind a wire fence. With the camera running, she cheerfully waved at the furry ursine sitting on the other side of the enclosure.

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10 Evident Signs That Your Pet is Unwell

Your pets could be “telling” you that they need help.

Ann Moises



Can you tell if your cuddly cat or beloved dog is ill? Our pets cannot verbalize how they feel. They can’t specifically point out which part of their body hurts and why. Generally, we rely on their body language and occasionally, on the audible sounds they make to get an idea of how they’re feeling. These are like signals we can easily detect when they’re in pain.

It is our responsibility to observe their behaviors as they may be telling us that something is wrong and that they are unwell. Regardless of the cause, it’s very important to know these signs so they can be checked by a vet and be given the appropriate treatment as soon as possible.

#1. Hunching


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