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  1. Man measures a turtle at Chheuteal Beach, where over twenty rare Royal Turtles have hatched, in Sre

    Cambodian conservationists hopeful for revival of rare royal turtle

    Conservationists in Cambodia are celebrating the hatching of more critically endangered turtles in recent months than the past three years ...
  2.  Premier League - Southampton v Newcastle United

    Football: Players are being treated like lab rats, says Newcastle's Rose

    Newcastle United defender Danny Rose has said Premier League players are being treated like "lab rats" after teams were given permission to return ...
  3. People sit in a car as the Hungarian National Circus opens a drive-in Safari Park during the corona

    Roll up, roll up: Hungarian circus beats virus by becoming safari park

    Like many business owners, Jozsef Richter has had to shut his circus during Hungary's lockdown to help curb the spread of the coronavirus, but he ...
  4. Puppy scammers will often ask for upfront payments to cover transport and then disappear

    Puppy scammers target lonely Aussies during COVID-19 lockdown

    Australia is suffering a wave of puppy scams as fraudsters target the lonely and locked down with fake online offers of cavoodles, French bulldogs ...
  5. Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Rio de Janeiro

    Rio pet delivery brings companionship to Brazilians isolating due to COVID-19

    Potential adopters are screened online, then workers will suggest the most suitable pets.
  6. Premier League - Arsenal v West Ham United

    Arsenal investigating Lacazette for balloon incident - reports

    Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette is being investigated by the club after a video emerged online where he is seen inhaling gas from a balloon, ...
  7. Adams performs during the closing ceremony for the Invictus Games in Toronto during the Invictus Ga

    Singer Bryan Adams apologizes for coronavirus conspiracy rant

    Canadian singer Bryan Adams apologized on Tuesday for a social media post in which he blamed "bat eating, wet market animal selling, virus making ...
  8. Researchers engage in excavations at Bacho Kiro Cave in Bulgaria

    Bulgarian fossils show early arrival of Homo sapiens into Europe

    Fragmentary bone fossils and a molar found in Bulgaria dated to roughly 45,000 years ago show that Homo sapiens populations swept into Europe - ...
  9. Matt Protzman of Girdwood, Alaska, poses for a photo with a part of the day's catch of Prince

    Frozen fare cold comfort for fishing industry battered by coronavirus

    Frozen fish sticks and canned salmon have made a comeback as the coronavirus crisis keeps people home, forcing a change of tack for the fishing ...