They live with 81 animals in the house, this is amazing
Total shock! A British family lives with 81 exotic animals in the house. Children play and sleep with pythons in their rooms. Scott Gavin's family also has tarantulas, meerkats and even an albino skunk.
Scott Gavin, 35, and his wife, Leanne, 34, of the United Kingdom, are passionate about exotic animals. They hold three Burmese pythons, up to 3.6 meters long, free through the house. The reptiles sleep in their children's rooms, David, 13, Robert, 12, Chloe, 11, Ellie-Mai, 8, Megan, one year and nine months, and Emily, 3.
They're not afraid it could hurt them. That's why he lets the children play with snakes at will. From time to time, I also bring tarantulas, meerkats and a crocodile chick into the house. Other animals of the family are guinea pigs, rabbits, ducks, hedgehogs, beetles, lizards and other species of snakes, which are housed in outdoor cages. In total, the Gavin family owns 15 snakes.
All animals are brought to the children's home. The most loved by the little ones is the skunk Rosie. For the maintenance of the animals, the Gavin spouses end up spending 400 pounds per month.
Burmese pythons are some of the largest snakes in the world, reaching 9 meters in length and weighing 90 kilograms. They can swallow a deer too. They are poisonous, but they strangle even man. They have a life expectancy of 25-30 years.
Tarantulas are a family of spiders that includes 900 species, most of which are harmless to humans, with sizes between 2.5 - 10 cm to 8 - 30 cm and life expectancy between 15-25 years.
Meerkats are small mammals native to Africa. They have lengths of 25-35 centimeters, weights of up to 730 grams and a lifespan of 12-14 years.
The skunk is a mammal of about 42 centimeters, 1.9 kilograms, which lives between 5 and 8 years. It is a friendly animal, but it smells bad because of a gland.
President Donald Trump was taken to a White House bunker for shelter Friday night when protesters around the White House began to become violent. The information was also confirmed by a White House official, as well as by a law enforcement source.
The atmosphere in the White House was tense on Friday as protesters gathered at the gate, shouted at the president and even threw stones and bottles. At one point, worried about the president's safety, Secret Service agents quickly took the White House chief to an underground bunker that was also used during the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. It is unclear what alerted him. agencies in charge of guarding the president. On Friday night, violent protesters managed to briefly break into the Treasury Department, whose headquarters are located near the White House.
Donald Trump sat in the bunker for less than an hour, after which he was taken upstairs. In the end, the agents decided that the president was not really in danger.
First Lady Melania Trump and their son, Barron Trump, also accompanied the president to the bunker, according to the security protocol. The Emergency Operations Center is located underground in the eastern wing of the White House.
What is certain is that the next day, Saturday, the president had on Twitter some threatening messages addressed to the protesters, some finding the language used by Donald Trump really shocking.
On the other hand, scared by the protests, Melania Trump would have decided at the last moment not to come on Saturday night with the president at the Kennedy Space Center to see the launch of the SpaceX mission.
The president did not appear in public on Sunday, preferring to fight on Twitter with his critics, although, he was advised to address the nation in a televised message and told him that the messages transmitted on the social network only pour more gas over the fire.
The coronavirus pandemic has made new “deserts” across the world. Most of the world's major cities, like London, New York and others, are empty, without any soul on the street. As humans are isolating at home, wild animals have started to take over the streets and feel free.
Several pictures taken by photographers or simple people around the world, captured the guests, including deer, goats and others roaming through the streets wild animals. Sometimes busy and loud cities, are now silent and open for this creatures, who came to inspect the human life and show up their importance in our life.
In London and Nara (Japan) , herds of deer are rumoring the streets. In London a herd of deer was spotted resting in housing state, the deer felt so well that they laid down on the grass and spent the day in silence. There were some viral pictures on internet which shows the London Eye, Chinatown, National Gallery and other places totally empty.
In Llandudno, Wales, some mountain goats were spotted in the streets on March 31.
In Italy several wild boars were spotted throughout northern, in Bergamo was seen even one mother walking through empty streets with her offspring.
Several puma were seen walking around the streets of Santiago, Chile, it is said that they came for food.
In India, Tirupati, there were seen a herd of deer wandering along a road in the city.
During the lockdown, more than a billion people worldwide are staying at home, self-isolated and socially distancing themselves from one another to avoid the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
The hamster escaped from the cage and then climbed the wall like Spider-Man. And his photo conquered the Internet!
Twitter has a new favorite - a six-month-old hamster named Kuro, whose sudden opening ability to climb walls will be envied even by Spider-Man!
A resident of Japan, 22-year-old Yuko Hirata, published a photo of her hamster, who decided to escape to freedom in a very strange way. This charming rodent climbed the wall, propping its nose into a corner and resting its hind legs on the walls. According to the hostess, this is not the first attempt of the clever Kuro to escape, but he has never yet escaped so skillfully.
In less than a week, a photo of a black and white Syrian hamster collected more than 600 thousand likes. Netizens admire his physical abilities and now and then compare with Spider-Man and Jean-Claude Van Damme.
After this photo, people trying this ability with their little pets!
We hope that Kuro will not forget about his skills and will continue to climb the walls, but not in order to escape from his mistress, but solely for the joy of us all!
After 4-year-old Cleo went missing, her owners found the dog where they had not expected: in the house where they used to live.
Two years ago, this American family moved from Lawson, Missouri to Olath, Kansas. However, Cleo was probably yearning for the old house and decided to visit it.
As a result, the dog walked about 92 km from one state to another. At the same time, she crossed the river in an incomprehensible way.
Not only people want to go back to where they felt good.
On the porch of the house where Cleo once lived with the owners, new tenants found the Labrador. Returning from work, Colton Michael and his wife were surprised by an unknown dog, which was clearly waiting for someone.
Colton thought the Labrador was too well-groomed to be a stray dog. The new owner of the house discovered a microchip on Cleo, by which he established the names of her owners. It matched the name of the previous tenants.
Colton logged into Facebook and saw that a former homeowner named Drew had been looking for a missing dog for a week.
And when Colton told him where Cleo was, her master was literally "speechless."
The motives behind Cleo's journey are unknown. Perhaps she was tormented by nostalgia for the places where she once felt good.
But regardless of why the dog went on the 92-kilometer hike, Cleo's owner was overjoyed at her return. “She's everything to us,” Drew said.
At the closed zoo in Hong Kong due to coronavirus, pandas have begun to mate for the first time in 10 years
Two giant pandas, male Le Le and female Ying Ying, have been living in Ocean Park for 14 years. For the past ten years ministers have tried to coerce them into intercourse, but to no avail. And only now, when there were no more visitors, the instinct of reproduction woke up in animals.
The zoo is closed from the end of January. In March, as the employees note, the behavior of the pandas changed - the male began to look for the smells of the female and mark the territory.