Astonish Me is a short film for WWF starring Bill Nighy and Gemma Arterton. It is a magical tale of adventure and discovery showcasing some of the extraordinary species recently found around the world. ‘Astonish Me’ has been created by acclaimed writer Stephen Poliakoff and director Charles Sturridge to celebrate WWF 50th anniversary.
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Sierra Nevada red fox in Lassen Peak region/Keith Slausen, US Forest Service
The U.S. Forest Service managed to capture photographs of a supposedly extinct red fox through a motion-sensitive camera north of Yosemite National Park on Aug 11.
"The last known sighting of a Sierra Nevada red fox in the Sonora Pass area was sometime in the 1920s," said Mike Crawley, Bridgeport District ranger. "Needless to say, we are quite surprised and excited by this find."
The Sierra Nevada red fox (vulpes vulpes necator) lives at high elevations, eating small mammals and birds. They have a reddish-colored head, back, and sides; black backs of the ears; black "socks" on their feet, and a white-tipped tail.
However, the only known population of the Sierra Nevada red fox is a group of roughly 20 animals clinging to survival in the Lassen Peak region, about 150 miles to the north.
A video originally uploaded via a YouTube account on a site called Liveleak show a young girl with long blonde hair in a red hooded top picking up newborn puppies by the scruff of the neck and hurling them into a fast-flowing river.
This has sparked public outrage with PETA even offers award to catch the girl seen in the video.
What’s your thought? Should the girl be apprehended? Could the video be fake?