Monday, July 28, 2014

Animals in the News

Animals in the News

150,000 Burmese pythons in the Everglades. Nothing to be afraid of.

First Nation Tribe Discovers Grizzly Bear "Highway" in Its Backyard

21 Animals Having A Better Summer Vacation Than You

16 Endangered Species Who Need Our Help Immediately

As Sea Ice Shrinks, Can Polar Bears Survive on Land?

Shooting Owls to Save Other Owls

21 Ways Sloths Are Living Life Right

Found: 4 New Species of Gopher-Like Mammals

Don’t Be Sad, Look At These Baby Sloths Eating Vegetables

Hedgehog celebrates birthday party with tiny cake

Elephants have a more powerful sense of smell than dogs and rats

22 things you didn't know about hedgehogs

25 Baby Bucket Sloths Guaranteed To Get You Through A Rough Day

The surprisingly stealthy hunting strategy of the peregrine falcon

Tiny piping plover chick is the fluffy future of this threatened species

Mighty whiskers help otters see in the dark

24 Hours With The Most Famous Sloth In The World

Cheetah mom has paws full with these 6 cuddly cubs

The furry reality of musk oxen

'Shoved' sea eagle chick on Mull flies nest

The Two Noises Baby Sloths Are Painfully Adorable

China 'admits' trading in tiger skins

Why Microsoft puts GPS in meat for alligators

Bats get 'the bends' from wind turbines

Two boa constrictors found in London park

Bear cub tries to snatch photographer's camera in Finland

Hippo scares away threatening rhino

Mother giraffe protects calf from lions in Kenya

Giant salamander discovered on walk to school in Japan

Increased use of controversial pesticides linked directly to decline of bird species, scientists show

Mystery 6ft crocodile appears in middle of Greek lake – leaving local farmers terrified

First wild beavers spotted in England for 800 years could be trapped and put in zoo by Government

Birth of twin red pandas gives hope for future of one of the rarest - and cutest - mammals

Nature Blows My Mind! Macro photographs of brilliant hummingbirds

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