Worlds most controversial fruit depends on giant bats for pollination

February 22, 2018

While we debate whether the durian is the best or bad food on countries around the world, it turns out this wonderful idiosyncrasy necessary health people of controlling fox for survival Radical Conservation While we debate whether the durian is the best or worst meat on the planet, it is about to change this wonderful idiosyncrasy necessitates health populations of running fox for survival Jeremy Hance Share on Google+ Share…

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Poison pass: the man who became immune to snake venom

February 13, 2018

Rock singer Steve Ludwin has been injecting himself with snake venom for 30 years. In a strange twisting, his comical habit could now save thousands of lives. His former partner Britt Collins tells his outlandish story Snakes The Observer Rock singer Steve Ludwin has been injecting himself with serpent poison for 30 times. In a strange spin, his ludicrou habit could now save thousands of lives. His former partner Britt…

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Think twice about buying ‘squashed-faced’ breeds, vets urge dog-lovers

January 7, 2018

British Veterinary Association launches #breedtobreathe campaign to highlight serious health matters multiplies such as pugs and French bulldogs are prone to Vets have pushed dog-lovers to think twice about buying squashed-faced pups such as pugs and French bulldogs, after many would-be proprietors were found to be unaware of the health problems such makes often experience. According to data from the Kennel Club, enrollments of squashed-faced, or brachycephalic, raises have shot…

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Montreal traffic camera captures stunning images of snowy owl in flight

August 17, 2017

Owl, which was likely looking for a lieu to perch, has become viral internet superstar after Quebec transport minister Robert Poeti shared the photographs online A traffic camera above a Montreal freeway has taken surprising epitomes of a snowy owl in flight. The bird was captivated mid-air by the CCTV camera at the intersection of Autoroute 40 and the Boulevard des Sources, in the West Island of Montreal, on the…

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Snooty, world’s oldest known manatee, dies aged 69 in ‘heartbreaking accident’

July 24, 2017

Snooty got stuck in a upkeep incubate at South Florida Museum and was discovered on Sunday morning Snooty, the worlds oldest known manatee, lived on Sunday at his Florida home, a daytime after celebrating his 69 th birthday. In a statement, South Florida Museum chief executive Brynne Anne Besio responded Snootys death appeared to be a heartbreaking collision and added that staff were devastated. In a press conference from Bradenton…

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