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cnn.com — A ZOO in Belgium has shared some amazing photos of a blossoming friendship between a family of orangutans and their otter neighbors. Full Article >>
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news.com.au — Warning: Graphic +18 As new cases of the coronavirus continue to decline in China, thousands of people have started to flood back into controversial wet markets across the country. The city of Wuhan, which has been considered ground zero for the virus outbreak, has started to reopen after being pl…
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livescience.com — Video from Lopburi, Thailand shows two gangs of monkeys brawling in the street over a scrap of food. Coronavirus may be to blame. In one of the more unusual incidents being attributed to the new coronavirus outbreak, a turf war between dozens of street monkeys and temple monkeys broke out in Thaila…
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iflscience.com — The strange new species of leaf-footed bug has antennae nearly twice as long as its body. Researchers in China have discovered a strange type of Cretaceous bug with exaggerated antennae stuck in 99-million-year-old amber. In fact, it’s so weird, it’s been declared a brand new species. For a bug ju…
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sciencemag.org — Dogs’ noses just got a bit more amazing. Not only are they up to 100 million times more sensitive than ours, they can sense weak thermal radiation—the body heat of mammalian prey, a new study reveals. The find helps explain how canines with impaired sight, hearing, or smell can still hunt successful…
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abc.net.au — A marsupial lion that, in its heyday, would have had some animals "shaking in their boots", has been confirmed as a new genus. Lekaneleo, nicknamed Leo, was at home to Adels Grove and the Riversleigh World Heritage area, a short 23 million years ago. The area is a significant fossil site, once vis…
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boredpanda.com — Physical education teacher Valtteri Mulkahainen from Sotkamo, Finland, has been devoting a lot of his free time to photography. For the past six years, Valtteri has been shooting his country’s wildlife and captured many magical moments. And this is a story about one of them. Full Article >>
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abc.net.au — The ongoing degradation of ecosystems, the fragmenting of wildlife into smaller and smaller patches of habitat, the dominion of jobs and economic growth over environmental health, has made our ecosystems vulnerable to major upheavals such as bushfires. Full Article >>
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cnet.com — Researchers studied recent extinctions from climate change to estimate how many species could be gone by 2070. Full Article >>
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iflscience.com — Sometimes you find a tiny patch of rock in an underwater cave that’s so perfect that you just have to sit there for seven years without moving. According to a new study in the Journal of Zoology, a salamander living in a cave in Bosnia and Herzegovina has done just that, after it was observed on the…
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