Talkative Porcupine


Kemosabe, or Kemo for short, came to Animal Wonders from a zoo called Roos N More in Nevada. Kemo was supposed to be breeding but after several years of no success they found out Kemo was not the female they thought they had. Kemo has been handled and is quite used to human interaction. He loves yams and carrots and is content wherever as long as he gets to munch on his treats. Kemo has very long front teeth and wide staring eyes which give him an endearing look.



Spectacular Transparent Frozen Lake in Sweden

Blanktjarn Lake, in the region of Jamtland, Northern Sweden, is so crystal clear that you can see to the bottom of the lake while ice skating. The 10 cm thick ice is clear enough to see the bottom of the lake and fishes swimming around.

Wife Shocks Husband with Amazing Baby Surprise

A Minnesota woman lets her husband know she's pregnant in a photo booth and films his reaction. Jessica says photobooths are a tradition that dates back to their first date.

Look Out

New York is an interesting camera joke.

Hypnotization Instinct In Animals

Hypnotization Instinct In Animals. Alligators have been on then planet for more than 150 million years.