We're not the only kids at this playground. There are countless species of animals who also call earth home.
And so, as we celebrate Earth Day on Tuesday, we want to give you seven more reasons to recycle that can of soda you just guzzled for lunch.
Seven more reasons to bike to the store for that gallon of milk instead of drive.
Seven more reasons to turn off your computer (gasp!) and save a little energy.
Let this spaniel sing you the song of his people.
Rocco the springer spaniel enjoys chasing squirrels, as most dogs do. However, we can't really say we've ever heard a dog express his love quite as uniquely as Rocco.
Lucey is a slobbering 18-month-old pooch whose human family dreams of making her a therapy dog.
Thousands turned out for the 136th annual White House Easter Egg Roll on Monday, and the big bunny wasn't the only furry face people were clamoring to see.
First dogs Sunny and Bo Obama were two of the famous names on hand for the event, which also featured appearances by singer Ariana Grande and Jim Carrey.
According to The Washington Post, the crowd screamed when they laid eyes on the pups, who donned red leashes on the South Lawn where more than 30,000 guests were invited by President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama to enjoy egg hunting, face painting and obstacle courses.
Their dog Lupo may be thousands of miles away at home, but Prince William and Kate Middleton have been far from starved for animal encounters.
The royal couple's tour of New Zealand and Australia has been filled with frequent furry meet-and-greets in the form of puppies, sheep and a wombat.
At the Sydney Royal Easter Show on Friday, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were on hand for a sheep shearing display where a ram named Fred made them smile by welcoming them with a gentlemanly bow. The royals fed Fred some yummy apples (above), and the press ate up Kate's playful joke: she suggested that her handsome husband cover his bald spot with a wig made of alpaca wool.
Home. Some pets never have one to call their own. We'd like to help change that by introducing you to an extraordinary adoptable pet every week. Today, meet Expo and Impo, two cottontail cuties that are every bit as adorable as any dog or cat.
These fluffy brothers were rescued from a neglectful home by the Gainesville Rabbit Rescue. Caged for most of their lives, the Holland lop/lionhead mixes were fed bread and other inappropriate human foods by their previous owner. Expo, the more extroverted of the pair, was given this name because he likes to explore his surroundings, while Impo (left) is slightly more introverted than his sibling but would still make a great pet.
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