Thursday, April 05, 2012

7 Tech-Savvy Animals Show Off Their Skills






Dogs Question

Pawn Your Pussy With Cat Converters

Why sheep, goats, octopuses and toads have rectangular pupils


Blind woman's heartbreaking search for blind kitten


How Many Cats Does It Take To Change A Lightbulb

30 Dogs Who Sleep Funny

Glamour Puss


Cumbrian firemen demolish wall to free wedged kitten


15 Cats Grooming Dogs

Caboodle Ranch Owner Craig Grant Wants 700 Cats Returned To His Care

Dearborn Animal Shelter Ladies Night Celebrates Women, Benefits Adoptable Pets


Crow twice 'saves' baby pigeon from busy road

How animals see the world: Infographic

Donkeys Abandoned In Texas, Louisiana Due To Lingering Drought

7 Tech-Savvy Animals Show Off Their Skills

Animal Photos Of The Week

Drunkard animals: 5 creatures that consume fermented fruit or drinks

National Zoo Ferrets At Virginia Conservation Center On National Ferret Day

Hybrid Albatross Stands Out on Midway Atoll


Ban for man who sent terrapins through the post


Baby Bald Eagles Hatching on Live Webcam! (Updated)

Polar bear cub 'Anori' charms visitors at German zoo

A home for abandoned horses

Rare pygmy hippo born in South Africa

Edinburgh zoo pandas brought together to mate

RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch reveals starling decline

"Lost" Long-Fingered Frog Found in Africa

Messing with Mother Nature: The Macquarie Island Ecosystem


The Deer of Trinco (via)


The giant snake that stalked the Earth

Rabbits 'threat' to the Storr on Skye

New Video Shows Rare Snow Leopards in Kashmir

North east's first ospreys for 200 years start their fourth breeding season at Kielder Water

Crocodile attacks woman swimming off luxury tourist boat

Elephant uses trunk to play with Galaxy Note tablet


Horse gets frisky with policeman


Penguins make a splash from Olympic diveboard at London Zoo

Elephant runs away from circus in Ireland

African Wild Dogs: The Untamed Wolves of the South

Polar Bear Study Proves International PCB Ban Working

The Week in Animal News: Life on the Midway Atoll, Glowing Fish and More

Baby Aardvark Born At Busch Gardens: Ugliest Animal Ever?

Six-Legged Calf Is Instant Hit In Switzerland

Harry The Pygmy Hippo Warms Hearts As He Kisses Caregiver, Trots Around


Fish Has Sex on the Beach? Grunion's Quirky Mating Method Attracts a Crowd

3,000 Dolphins Found Dead on the Coast of Peru

Dolphins 'resort to rape'

What lurks beneath: plastinated veins of blue shark to feature in new exhibition

The 10 Biggest Catches In The World (via)

In pictures: Tracking secretive octopuses

'Killer' shrimp threat on the Norfolk Broads

Rescue squads sent in to save drought-hit fish

Home is wear the art is: hermit crab moves into Lego shell


Photographing bees offers a great insight into their fascinating world

How Butterflies Adapt When Climate Changes

Pesticides hit queen bee numbers

Butterfly Gallery: Beautiful Wings Take Flight

Sick Ants Help Vaccinate Colonies, Study Suggests

Bees Self-Medicate To Fight Off Fungus

Fireflies' Unique Flashes Help Distinguish Species

Japanese honeybees cook enemy in 'hot defensive bee ball'


Aceh, Indonesia Orangutans Threatened By Forest Fires And Land Clearing

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I used to work for a company that sold fish, snails, and pond plants, and we always sent them through the mail in bags full of oxygen. What's the problem with that?

ILuvNUFC said...

I don't know the laws regarding trusting your animals with the Royal Mail but the site says

Couriers contacted the RSPCA after discovering the animals and were unaware of what they were delivering because of poor labelling.

They were arrested in March 2011 after an investigation from RSPCA and Dartford council.

A search at the property in May by the RSPCA also discovered Siamese fighting fish kept in small bags without fresh water which an expert vet said would cause them to suffer.
and The court heard the animals were placed in packages with water with labels stating 'fragile’ on the boxes. One courier discovered a bag of water containing axolotls had burst.

Andrew Wiles, prosecuting on behalf of the RSPCA, said none of the animals had died as a result of being in packages - but they would have suffered.

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