On this episode of Breaking Trail, Coyote ventures deep into the rainforests of Costa Rica in search of an elusive and EXTREMELY TOXIC Poison Frog!
Poison Frogs, also famously known as “Poison Dart Frogs”, can be found throughout the tropics of Latin and South America and come in a wide array of brilliant color variations including reds, blues, oranges, yellows and many others. It is true that all Poison Frogs can be dangerous to humans but some species are so toxic that just one frog has the ability to kill up to ten people!
The Cincinnati Zoo has been packed with visitors this holiday weekend when many of them were shocked by an incident in which a 4-year-old boy crawled through a railing and fell into a moat in a gorilla habitat.
A family trip to the zoo Saturday afternoon turned terrifying, witness Kim O’Connor said.
O’Connor and her family captured some of the chilling moments inside Gorilla World when 17-year old Harambe grabbed the boy — video seen only on WLWT.
WLWT has removed the most graphic portions of the video, during which the gorilla dragged the boy through the water.
More than a decade ago, Casey Anderson rescued a grizzly bear named Brutus and founded the Montana Grizzly Encounter in order to provide a natural home for other rescued grizzlies. On this Endangered Species Day, their unlikely friendship teaches us the importance of conservation and respect.