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    Poachers kill rhino in Kenyan national park - agency

  2. FILE PHOTO: Broadcaster and film maker David Attenborough attends the premiere of Blue Planet II at

    Forget Brexit for a while and count the butterflies, Attenborough tells Brits

    Naturalist David Attenborough suggested the British public take a break from squabbling over Brexit and instead take part in the world's biggest ...
  3. A Chinese white dolphin swims off Lantau island in Hong Kong

    Bridge to China brings threat for Hong Kong's native pink dolphin

    Hong Kong's rare pale pink dolphins are battling for survival as building work on a 19-mile (31-km) bridge linking the Asian financial hub with ...
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    Seven black rhinos die in Kenya in botched relocation - media

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    British nationals taken hostage in eastern Congo park - park service

  6. The skeleton of a Molossidae bat is pictured at the Royal Institute of Natural Sciences in Brussels

    Bats have hung around for 33 million years, fossil shows

    Belgian scientists have discovered the oldest ever fossil of the common mouse-eared bat, proving the species already existed more than 33 million ...
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    Babies of critically endangered Singapore Freshwater Crab hatched in captivity

    For the first time, Johora singaporensis crablets have been successfully hatched outside of their natural environment, as part of efforts to ...
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    Singapore students shine at international science and maths competitions

    Students at the International Olympiads are put through rigorous competitions to demonstrate their mastery of mathematical and scientific ...
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    Awakening Hope: How Singapore's only prison school helps rebuild inmates' lives

    With more prison inmates taking major examinations such as the GCE 'N', 'O' and 'A' Levels, Channel NewsAsia looks at what motivates them to hit ...