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  1. Japan is known for the efficiency of its punctual transport systems

    Slug held responsible for Japan railway chaos

    A slug has been blamed for a power outage that halted dozens of trains and delayed 12,000 passengers in Japan, the railway operator said Sunday.
  2. Elephants paraded at a Hindu festival in 2017 in Ahmedabad

    Activists vow to halt elephants' marathon train journey

    Indian wildlife activists on Friday vowed to go to the Supreme Court to halt an operation to take four elephants on a cross-country train journey ...
  3. The wild elephant population of Thailand has fallen in recent decades as deforestation and habitat

    Wild elephant gores Thai farmer to death

    A wild elephant gored a young farmer to death in a national park in Thailand, police said Thursday.
  4. More than 3,000 whales and dolphins are kept in captivity around the world

    Captive beluga whales make epic journey from China to Iceland sanctuary

    Two beluga whales from a Shanghai aquarium arrived in Iceland on Wednesday to live out their days in a unique marine sanctuary that ...
  5. puppy dog eyes

    Masters of manipulation: The evolution of 'puppy dog eyes'

  6. The report noted a 593 percent increase in fresh elephant carcasses since 2014 in the north of

    Hundreds of elephants being poached each year in Botswana: Report

    A leading conservation group has warned of surging elephant poaching in parts of Botswana and estimated nearly 400 were killed across the country ...
  7. A head of an ancient wolf

    Russia uncovers 40,000-year-old wolf head, preserved in ice

  8. The flightless noctural kakapo was thought to be extinct just 50 years ago but its numbers are on

    Parrot world's endangered heavyweight faces new threat

  9. Arctic ice

    Alaskans find more dead seals along warming Arctic Sea

  10. FILE PHOTO: A bottle nose dolphin swims underwater in a pool at the animal theme park SeaWorld in S

    Canada bans capture and breeding of dolphins, whales