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  1. Robot dolphin could signal end of captive animals

    The robot dolphin that could replace captive animals at theme parks one day

    Darting around the pool as a group of swimmers stands in the shallow end, the dolphin looks much like those that jump through hoops and perform ...
  2. 150 million-year old skeleton of an Allosaurus on auction

    Remains of the day: dinosaur skeleton fetches three million euros

    The near-complete skeleton of a carnivorous dinosaur which roamed the earth around 150 million years ago was sold at a Paris auction house on ...
  3. Israeli girl makes a splash with her pet snake

    Israeli girl makes a splash with her pet snake

    Eight-year-old Inbar likes to cool off in her small backyard pool in Israel with her favourite swimming buddy - her pet python.
  4. save our singapore street dogs adoption drive 2

    Commentary: We never give up trying, but not every rescue dog will find a home

    It is important that dog lovers and rescuers understand that not everyone can afford the same level of commitment when taking care of a dog, says ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: Europa League - Round of 32 Second Leg - Arsenal v Olympiacos

    Arsenal drives last dinosaur to extinction as mascot made redundant: reports

    Arsenal supporters might have expected the departure of Lucas Torreira and Matteo Guendouzi on transfer deadline day but not their beloved club ...
  6. pest control company snake removal

    Commentary: Are we inept at handling wild animals that come our way?

    Growing up in a sanitised, concrete jungle, many of us have little interaction or experience with animals thus amplifying our fear responses, says ...
  7. Investigators from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality

    Cleanup efforts for brain-eating amoeba could take months, Texas warns

    Texas officials said on Tuesday it could take several months to ensure the public water system in Lake Jackson, Texas, is free of a brain-eating ...
  8. FILE PHOTO: Broadcaster and film maker David Attenborough attends the premiere of Blue Planet II at

    The joy of birdsong graces David Attenborough's lockdown

    British naturalist David Attenborough has said he spent much of lockdown relishing the joy of the natural world by listening to the birds in his ...