Plants and Animals

Turtles Affected By Mysterious Israeli Oil Spill Are Being Treated With Mayonnaise

Turtles Affected By Mysterious Israeli Oil Spill Are Being Treated With Mayonnaise

An environmental catastrophe is unfolding in Israel this week, with oil spills in recent years triggering the country’s most challenging wildlife rescue missions. Washing over 170 kilometers (105 miles) off the coast of Tar, it brought crows in a sticky black substance that injured and killed m.....

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Amazon Prime-Ate: Monkeys Get Their Own On-Demand TV To Stream So They Don’t Get Bored

Amazon Prime-Ate: Monkeys Get Their Own On-Demand TV To Stream So They Don’t Get Bored

The lockdown was tough for all of us, not least because everyone was frankly annoyed without a stimulus. At least we have TV to entertain us, leaning towards lots of on-demand streamers so we can choose our escape every day. Lack of stimulation is also a problem for captive animals, so computer s.....

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Chimpanzees Help Without Reward And Unite Against Common Foes

Chimpanzees Help Without Reward And Unite Against Common Foes

Most wild chimpanzees will continue to try to help each other free and will set aside group conflicts when they feel threatened, according to two research papers published simultaneously. One of the studies also looked at different levels of compassion between chimpanzee groups. Among our great a.....

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Rare Australian Bee Thought Lost Seen For the First Time In 100 Years

Rare Australian Bee Thought Lost Seen For the First Time In 100 Years

A species of native bee in the rainforests of eastern Australia has found for the first time in 98 years. Although rare, and almost certainly a threat to habitat loss and fragmentation, bee rediscovery offers hope for many bee species that have not been seen for decades. Earlier this week, many p.....

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This Dried Up Bit Of Foliage Is Actually Alive, Meet The Dead Leaf Butterfly

This Dried Up Bit Of Foliage Is Actually Alive, Meet The Dead Leaf Butterfly

Camouflage is a common defense system in the animal kingdom but undoubtedly, some are better than others are perhaps one of the most impressive is the dead leaf butterfly, also known as the orange or Indian oakleaf (Kallima inachus). These fascinating and gigantic butterflies are seen migrat.....

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Oldest Cave Art In Australia Has Been Found And – Of Course – It’s A Kangaroo

Oldest Cave Art In Australia Has Been Found And – Of Course – It’s A Kangaroo

The oldest known indigenous rock painting has identified in Australia and – not surprisingly – it is a kangaroo painting. These studies detailed in a new study published today in the journal Nature Human Behavior. Researchers are currently researching a treasure trove of rock art foun.....

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World-First Victory As Two Captive-Born Cheetah Brothers Are Successfully Rewilded In Africa

World-First Victory As Two Captive-Born Cheetah Brothers Are Successfully Rewilded In Africa

Some animals are suitable for life as pets. Take, for example, dogs whose domestication by their ancestors transformed them from ferocious predators. Cheetahs, on the other hand, are not so much, but it is right to know what to do with wild animals raised in captivity because they will not surviv.....

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Wildlife Photographer Of The Year’s People’s Choice Winner Reflects On Australia’s Bushfires

Wildlife Photographer Of The Year’s People’s Choice Winner Reflects On Australia’s Bushfires

Enthusiastic photographers and animal enthusiasts are likely to follow the Wildlife Photographer of the Year award at the London Natural History Museum. The annual competition displays captivating and heartbreaking images of the natural world by photographers across the planet, and 2020 has yet t.....

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This Stressful Animation Shows How Difficult It Is For Whales To Avoid Fatal Vessel Strikes

This Stressful Animation Shows How Difficult It Is For Whales To Avoid Fatal Vessel Strikes

Going by the body of water, the sea is quite Philippines’ huge in After occupying all these wet real estate, you might think that boats and whales living in happy isolation from each other could be easier – but recent reports have served as a memorable reminder that It didn’t ha.....

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Monogamous Lemur Brains Reveal Not All Lasting Love Works The Same

Monogamous Lemur Brains Reveal Not All Lasting Love Works The Same

Monogamy is a rare thing in mammals, but some older romantics include certain species of bats, wolves, beavers, and leopards. Subsequent science is of particular interest because these primate species closely related to humans – cousins ​​at a distance from humans who once occupied the .....

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Meet Elizabeth Ann, The World’s First Cloned Black-Footed Ferret

Meet Elizabeth Ann, The World’s First Cloned Black-Footed Ferret

The wonder of modern technology is that scientists have been able to create clones of living things using a variety of processes. The result is a sample that made from the exact replica of the biological entity, sharing its genetic code with the letter. In the past, scientists cloned everything f.....

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Grey Parrots Prove Sharing Is Caring By Going Out Of Their Way To Help Needy Neighbors

Grey Parrots Prove Sharing Is Caring By Going Out Of Their Way To Help Needy Neighbors

The selfishness of the fauna is doing something great for someone else at your own expense. You may not consider vampire bats to be the most charitable animals in the world, but the wild reorganization of the members of the group who failed to eat them has seen in the blood. Something like this a.....

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