Month: August 2019

The funniest animal videos of all time! You will laugh extremely hard all day long! Only the best and funniest videos of pets, cats, dogs, goats,…What is your favorite clip? 🙂 Hope you like our video, please share it and SUBSCRIBE! Watch also our other videos! The content in this video is licensed and used
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An audacious attempt to allow a huge sale of stockpiled elephant ivory has been defeated at an international wildlife conference. The rancorous debate exposed deep divisions between African nations with opposing views on elephant conservation. About 50 elephants are still being poached every day to supply ivory traffickers and all countries agree the world’s largest
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The 118th Michigan Christmas Bird Count (CBC), while not a block-buster in terms of number of species, was nevertheless quietly successful. Highlights include   a count-week Western Tanager at Midland (the first ever on a Michigan CBC, even if a day late) and an American Woodcock at Anchor Bay (just the second occurrence on a Michigan
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A gamekeeper suspected of running up one of the biggest kill lists of endangered animals in Scottish history has escaped a jail sentence. Alan Wilson, 61, was convicted of illegally killing dozens of animals on Longformacus Estate near Duns in the Scottish Borders. But investigators believe animals including goshawks, badgers, buzzards and an otter represented
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An artistic reconstruction of the extinct giant parrot Heracles inexpectatus. Brian Choo, Flinders University Over the years, we have been systematically schooled in the reality of dinosaurs and larger-than-life creatures that once existed. These creatures have long died off, leaving only bones and fossils to detail to us of their existence. For reference points, we’re
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Wilson’s Phalarope, a globally declining species, is dependent on western saline lakes and adjacent wetlands during fall and spring migration. Photo: Lillian Beasley/Audubon Photography Awards Throughout the world, millions of migratory birds are drawn to saline—or salt— lakes and the mosaic of wetlands that border their shorelines. These lakes and their water sources also benefit
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(Picture Credit: Purple Collar Pet Photography/Getty Images) Whenever we’re sad or depressed, we try to find things that will make us feel better. We’re also lucky enough to be able to communicate and vent out our issues to others who care about us when we need to. The same can’t really be said for our
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(Picture Credit: MamiGibbs/Getty Images) September is Happy Cat Month! While we love making our kitties happy every month of the year, it’s a great time to try some new things to treat your cats like the royalty they are. Here are a few ways you can celebrate Happy Cat Month with your feline companion. 1.
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