Most of us, if not all of humanity, are in search for their one great and truest love. That one person who will complete them and make them happy for the rest of their lives. That is the ultimate goal in life, after all right? To find The One and love him or her forever. Not everyone is lucky enough to find their other half so people who do, make sure that they are able to do everything they can to make things work.
The same goes for animals, too. They are also in search of their own mates, fall in love, and the rest is history as they all say. Animals, too, make sacrifices for their mates, and they also make sure that their respective partners know and feel that their love is true. This is one such story between two storks.
Lovebirds Klepetan and Malena are inseparable most of the time.
Klepetan and Malena met fifteen years ago on a rooftop in the small Croatian village of Slavonski Brod. The two fell in love and have been together ever since. This isn’t what makes their story so awesome. What makes their love story so special is the devotion they both have for each other, even when natural circumstances have to keep them apart.
Malena is cared for by Stjepan Vokic when Klepetan migrates to Africa every August.
Several years ago, Malena was badly hurt by a hunter and since then she was no longer able to fly. Since that fateful day, Malena was no longer able to join Klepetan and the rest of the stork flock on their yearly migration to Africa. So every August of every year, Klepetan leaves Malena to go on his yearly trip to Africa. Klepetan returns every March and heads straight home to Malena.
Stjepan watching over Malena as she sits on her eggs, waiting for them to hatch.
Luckily, Malena is not completely alone when Klepetan is away. She is taken care of by Stjepan Vokic, the owner of the house where Klepetan and Malena nest. As soon as Klepetan is back, Stjepan leaves the two lovebirds alone so they can spend quality time together.
Now, that’s what we call, true love.
Hero Dog Dies From Exhaustion After Saving Seven People
A four-year old Labrador works itself to exhaustion to rescue seven people from the earthquake rubble in Ecuador and dies.
Dayko is a 4-year old white Labrador that works as a rescue dog at the Ibara Fire Station in Ecuador. She is every dog owner’s dream because he is loving, loyal and hard working. Dayko died last Friday after he rescued seven people from the aftermath of the tragic Ecuador earthquake last week. Poor Dayko died from severe exhaustion.
Dayko was a rescue dog for Ibara Fire Station for three and a half years.
He spent the past several days at Ground zero, searching and rescuing survivors, through the rubble that was caused by the 7.8-magnitude earthquake. Dayko died while on duty as a rescue dog for Ibara Fire Service. According to the fire station’s Facebook post, the cause of the labrador’s death was "massive coronary myocardial infarction and acute respiratory failure." Dayko has been a rescue dog for Ibara for three and a half years. ...
Adorable Baby Panda Will Do Anything Just to Get Out Of Bath
Watch this cute baby panda try his best not get cleaned up. Too cute!
We’ve all gone through that one time in our lives as a kid when we absolutely detested the thought of taking a bath. It was cute back then, maybe that’s why we were let off the hook by our parents from time to time, not minding that we’d smell awful the rest of the day. If it still happens up to now that you’re an adult, it isn’t anywhere cute when you think of it.
The same thing happens to animals as well. There are times when the cute, furry offspring of our four-legged friends would rather pass on the chance to be clean, simply because being dirty and covered in soil is so much fun. This video captures how a baby panda did everything it could just so it wouldn’t get cleaned up by its mother.
Not that it threw a tantrum like a toddler would, but the baby panda really made things difficult for its mother to get it cleaned. It threw its weight around so much, that he ended up getting scolded, the panda way, by his mom....
Beached Sperm Whales in Germany Found Full of Plastic Debris and Car Parts
It shows how much human beings disrespect marine life.
Thirteen sperm whales were found beached on Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. The necropsy report has been finally released, and the result is both sad and disturbing.
According to a press release from Wadden Sea National Park, the stomachs of four out of the 13 whales that were stranded on the North Sea coast were full plastic debris and car parts.
Experts said they found a plastic car engine cover, a 43-foot-long shrimp fishing net, and the remnants of a plastic bucket....