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Alpaca Set for Execution
Gets a Human Shield
Aug 12, 2021 10:35 AM CDT
Alpaca Set for Execution Gets a Human Shield
Male tested positive for bovine tuberculosis; supporters say the tests are flawed
- If dogs are man's best friend, alpacas must not be far behind, given that more than 100,000 people are appealing to save an alpaca in England from execution. Geronimo, an 8-year-old who came to Gloucestershire from New Zealand four years ago, tested positive for bovine tuberculosis when his...
Be Careful What You Wish For
When You Enter Hawaii Lottery
Jul 14, 2021 2:37 PM CDT
Be Careful What You Wish For When You Enter Hawaii Lottery
Lucky winners get stuck with a herd of invasive goats
- Close your eyes. Picture you’re in Hawaii, on the Big Island. You’ve entered a lottery. You won! What do you want? A dream vacation? A luxury car? A mansion? How about a goat? An actual goat, not a Lebron-style GOAT. How about a wild goat that has invaded...
Protections Are Eased, and
Wolf Population Takes a Hit
Jul 6, 2021 1:13 PM CDT
Protections Are Eased, and Wolf Population Takes a Hit
Hunters killed about a third of gray wolves in Wisconsin
- As many as one-third of Wisconsin's gray wolves likely died at the hands of humans in the months after the federal government announced it was ending legal protections, according to a new study. Poaching and a February hunt that far exceeded kill quotas were largely responsible for the drop-off,...
Cats and Dogs
Are Now Getting
May 29, 2021 3:30 PM CDT
Cats and Dogs Are Now Getting Their COVID Shots Here
Russia claims its Carnivak-Cov is world's first vaccine to keep coronavirus at bay among pets
- Veterinary clinics have started an important new initiative in Russia: inoculating its patients with Carnivak-Cov, which the nation claims is the world's first COVID vaccine for animals . According to Rosselkhoznadzor, the country's veterinary watchdog, the jabs have begun in several regions, with doctors expecting each dose will provide...
Mystery of Florida Airport
Monkeys Has Been Solved
May 22, 2021 11:30 AM CDT
Mystery of Florida Airport Monkeys Has Been Solved
Colony near Fort Lauderdale airport descended from primates captured for medical research
- This is what happily ever after looks like. For a monkey, anyway. About 70 years ago, a colony of monkeys showed up near the Fort Lauderdale airport, in a mostly urban area with a small forest wedged into it. They’re friendly, if you call stealing your snacks from...
Cat Jumps From 5th Floor
of Burning Chicago Building
May 14, 2021 9:24 AM CDT
Cat Jumps From 5th Floor of Burning Chicago Building
It landed on grass, walked away, then tried to return
- It's not clear how many lives a Chicago cat has after an escape from a burning building Thursday, but it's definitely fewer than nine. The black cat jumped from the fifth floor, narrowly missed a wall on the way down, and landed on grass apparently unharmed, WGN reports....
The Whales Are
May 11, 2021 2:49 PM CDT
The Whales Are Endangered. And Hugging?
North Atlantic right whales were filmed in late February
- Were these whales really hugging—or was it just a fluke? Drone video of two critically endangered North Atlantic right whales swimming in Cape Cod Bay shows the animals appearing to embrace one another with their flippers. Wildlife photographer Brian Skerry and scientists from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and the...
A 'Striking' Find on How
Apr 27, 2021 10:34 AM CDT
A 'Striking' Find on How Dolphins Communicate
Allies recognize, respond to signature whistles, which are like names: study
- If you want to be lifelong friends with a dolphin, you'd better have their back. New research shows male dolphins will race to assist other dolphins at the sound of their signature whistles—if they're part of the same alliance. The ground-breaking findings suggest dolphins have a concept...
COVID Vaccine for Pets?
This Country Says It Has It
Apr 1, 2021 11:24 AM CDT
COVID Vaccine for Pets? This Country Says It Has It
Russian agency hopes for mass production in April of Carnivak-Cov for dogs, cats, and other animals
- As COVID vaccinations roll out worldwide, scientists who've been keeping tabs on coronavirus variants have been worried that the virus will find a home in animals and mutate there, possibly then transferring back to humans. On Wednesday, a group that oversees agriculture and veterinary safety in Russia made a...
'Eagle Shark' Swam
in Ancient Seas
in case you missed it
Mar 21, 2021 2:54 PM CDT
'Eagle Shark' Swam in Ancient Seas
93-million-year-old shark would have resembled manta and devil rays
- It swam slowly through the seas with a tail fin resembling those of modern sharks and side fins that stretched outward like the wings of modern birds. It's no wonder, then, that this bizarre creature, which died in what is now Mexico some 93 million years ago, has been...
There's Only One Option:
Kill Pablo Escobar's Hippos
Jan 20, 2021 3:02 PM CST
There's Only One Option: Kill Pablo Escobar's Hippos
Unchecked, Colombian herd will hit ecosystem's carrying capacity by 2039: experts
- In the 6.5 years since we last visited Pablo Escobar's hippo herd , it's become illegal to kill any member of the Colombian population, which is considered something of a country emblem. It's no surprise, then, that the non-native animals are breeding out of control in a...
Extinction Is Near
Jan 20, 2021 1:21 PM CST
Monarch Butterfly Count Suggests Extinction Is Near
Only 2K western monarch butterflies were counted in California this winter
- The number of western monarch butterflies wintering along the California coast has plummeted precipitously to a record low, putting the insects closer to extinction, researchers announced Tuesday. An annual winter count by the Xerces Society recorded fewer than 2,000 butterflies, a massive decline from the millions that clustered in...
This Drawing of a Pig
Might Be Historic
Jan 14, 2021 10:55 AM CST
This Drawing of a Pig Might Be Historic
Study suggests image in Indonesian cave is oldest known depiction of an animal
- An ancient artist ventured into an Indonesian cave 45,000 years ago and used primitive paint to sketch pigs on the ceiling. In a study at
, archaeologists have now declared the painting to be the oldest depiction of animals known in history, reports
. The scene depicts...
Kangaroos Are Like Dogs
in One Important Way
Dec 18, 2020 11:43 AM CST
Kangaroos Are Like Dogs in One Important Way
Study shows they can communicate with people, possibly a first in undomesticated animals
- It's not just domesticated animals that can communicate with people. A first-of-its-kind study shows kangaroos can do the same thing. Researchers from the University of Roehampton in England and the University of Sydney in Australia presented 11 kangaroos from a variety of Australian zoos with an "unsolvable problem...
After 9-Year Fight,
Couple Ordered to
Dump Superloud Frogs
Dec 16, 2020 11:15 AM CST
After 9-Year Fight, Couple Ordered to Dump Superloud Frogs
French couple still hopes to save their pond and its breeding amphibians
- A French couple is being forced to drain their pond under court order because of the racket caused by its breeding frogs. The outcome is the result of a nine-year legal battle in which Michel and Annie Pecheras fought to save their pond in the small village of Grignols, Dordogne....
Tasmanian Devils Get Good
News on Cancer Front
Dec 15, 2020 8:27 AM CST
Tasmanian Devils Get Good News on Cancer Front
Gruesome facial cancer 'might eventually go extinct'
- A new study is offering hope for Tasmanian devils, an endangered species battling a contagious cancer. Devil facial tumor disease is a nasty condition causing deep mouth sores that eventually lead to starvation. Since it was first discovered in 1996, researchers have feared the disease would prompt the extinction of...
This Time It's
Dec 11, 2020 7:06 AM CST
Cher's Rescue Tour Continues. This Time It's a Gorilla
Star is begging for help to rehome Thailand's only gorilla from a department store zoo
- If you're thinking a department store zoo doesn't sound like a great place for a gorilla, Cher agrees. The singer, fresh off of her Pakistan trip to rescue the "world's loneliest elephant," is now making a plea to Thailand to free the country's last...
Look Who Turned Up
in Australian Christmas Tree
Dec 3, 2020 11:55 AM CST
Look Who Turned Up in Australian Christmas Tree
An apparently confused koala
- On one side of the world, an adorable owl emerged from the Rockefeller Christmas tree. On the other side, a cute, curious koala emerged from a fake tree to startle an Australian family. Amanda McCormick was in shock after finding the koala in the living room of her home in...
US Marine Animals Are
Drowning in Plastic—Literally
Nov 19, 2020 12:54 PM CST
US Marine Animals Are Drowning in Plastic—Literally
Report mentions 1.8K cases of animals consuming or being entangled in plastic since 2009
- Plastic pollution is taking a disastrous toll on marine animals in the US, particularly those threatened with extinction, according to a new report . It tells of 1,792 cases in which 40 different species of animals consumed or were entangled in plastic since 2009. Of those, 88% involved animals that...
Nov 18, 2020 8:00 AM CST
Orphaned White Giraffe Gets Some Added Protection
GPS tracker to provide hourly location updates in Kenya
- An orphaned white giraffe has been fitted with a tracking device in Kenya in an effort to protect him from poachers, like those who killed his mother and sibling. News outlets including the AP refer to the lonely male with leucism, a genetic condition resulting in partial loss of pigmentation,...
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