Animals


23 June 2021

Fossils of new Giant Rhino species discovered in China

Researchers in north-western China have discovered the fossils of a new species of the ancient giant rhino which is among the largest mammals ever to walk […]
16 June 2021

30 seconds of horror: Whale swallowed fisherman then spat him out

Michael Packard, a lobster fisherman from Cape Cod with 40 years of professional experience was momentarily swallowed by a humpback whale, then spat out. Packard told […]
14 June 2021

Massive four metre Crocodile makes appearance at popular Australian beach

Beach goers at Farnborough Beach in central Queensland, Australia, had a nasty shock last week when a giant crocodile was spotted swimming at the popular beach. The crocodile, […]
8 June 2021

June 23rd is World Female Ranger Day

Holly Budge has climbed Everest, raised over £400,000 for charities and describes herself as a “a badass adventurer with a couple of world records under her […]
1 June 2021

Meet Doctor Jungle: The vet who is saving amputee elephants

Dr. Chloe Buiting – dubbed the ‘Jungle Doctor’ – is a dedicated 31-year-old Australian veterinarian who is passionate about species conservation and wildlife medicine. Despite her young age, the […]
28 May 2021

Galápagos newly discovered tortoise is from a species believed extinct

The single female giant tortoise discovered during a 2019 expedition to Fernandina Island in the Galápagos Islands of Ecuador, has been confirmed as being from a […]
11 May 2021

Liechtenstein prince accused of illegally killing ‘Romania’s largest bear’

Two environmental NGOs have accused a Liechtenstein prince of illegally shooting Romania’s largest bear in a trophy hunt. In a joint statement published last week Romania’s Agent Green […]
20 April 2021

Nepal does it again, champions in saving the One-horned Rhino!

While the tourism industry is striving to bring international travelers back to the Himalayan nation, uplifting news brings some respite and a sense of joy among […]
15 April 2021

Belgian scientists successfully train dogs to detect Coronavirus

Belgian scientists have successfully trained six dogs to detect the coronavirus in humans, according to microbiologist Chris Callewaert at Ghent University, who spoke to the Flemish […]
26 March 2021

Walrus falls asleep in the Arctic and wakes up in Ireland

In early March of this year, a father and daughter were strolling along Glanleam beach in County Kerry, southwest Ireland, when they spotted an arctic walrus […]
3 March 2021

The importance of World Wildlife Day

March 3rd marks World Wildlife Day, a day organised by the United Nations and its partners to raise awareness of the critically endangered species of our […]
1 March 2021

Russia’s mysterious stray dogs with blue-coloured fur

Russia is trying to work out the strange appearance of blue and green stray dogs in several industrial areas in the country that are hundreds of […]
25 February 2021

Travelling for cruel reasons: huntress kills a giraffe and shows its heart as a Valentine’s gift

Merelize Van Der Merwe,  a 32-year-old South African and fervent supporter of hunting, exhibited on Facebook the heart of a giraffe she killed in a reserve. On February 14, […]
20 January 2021

New hope: The world’s most endangered turtle might be able to reproduce

A female Swinhoe’s softshell turtle was found late in 2020, which means the last known male male is no longer alone. Weighing 83kg, the female turtle […]
5 January 2021

Saving the Scottish Reindeer

The Cairngorm Reindeer Centre, located near Aviemore in the Highlands of Scotland, cares for Britain’s only free-ranging herd of reindeer. Although reindeer were originally native to Scotland, […]
1 December 2020

Traveling with a dog

There is a time in every dog-owners life when they need to decide: should I take my best friend on a trip? A lot of times […]
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