Month: October 2019

Social media is obsessed with cats and so are we! Funny cat videos and memes are trending everywhere on the internet. Given their quirky personality and adorable face, you can’t help but fall in love with cats. It’s said that you can’t gain fame overnight; well, now you can with the power of the internet!  
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British trophy hunters have been slaying ‘at risk’ zebras in South Africa before posting photographs of the slaughtered animals online, it has been revealed. The grinning tourists share the sickening images to social media after embarking on expensive ‘hunt’ safaris across the vast African plains. Andy Denson (pictured) poses with a zebra he appeared to
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Harper the Heron. Photo: Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Harper the Great Blue Heron doesn’t have time for layovers. Geotagging data from this past week shows that the bird, tagged earlier this year in Maine, flew nonstop from New Brunswick, Canada to Nocatee, Florida between October 4th and early October 6th. The marathon flight over the open ocean
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These funny animal videos will make you laugh no matter what! Watch these funny animals and pets and you will laugh all day long! Best funny videos of funny dogs, cats, ferrets, parrots, deer, squirrel, pig,… What is your favorite clip? 🙂 Hope you like our video, please share it and SUBSCRIBE! Watch also our
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BirdLife’s research has revealed that an estimated 25 million birds are illegally killed or taken each year across the Mediterranean, Northern Europe and the Caucasus. Here, we delve deeper into the shocking discoveries that galvanised our Flight for Survival campaign. A boy clutches a fistful of Eurasian Golden Orioles Oriolus oriolus: he seeks buyers for
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This article was written by Nadiah Rosli, Communication Lead for Malaysia of Earthworm Foundation. Support Malaysian people and Bornean elephants with Plan A. The villagers of Ulu Muanad, in Beluran, Sabah on Borneo Island, Malaysia are predominantly farmers – first-generation smallholders who harvest rubber, rice, fruits, vegetables and palm oil. Sometimes birds and even monkeys would disturb their crops, but these
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Clockwise from top left: Red-backed Shrike; Eurasian Nutcracker; White-throated Dipper; Eurasian Magpie. Illustrations: Natalia Rojas and Ana Maria Martinez Jaramillo/Stonemaier Games For four straight days in August, Elizabeth Hargrave did little else but meet and chat with gaggles of board gamers who all wanted to discuss one thing: Wingspan. Hargrave was in Indianapolis for Gen Con, the largest
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