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Guanabana is one very lucky (and very cute) baby sloth. Dirk and Lori Morgan, who operate Morgan’s Jungle Lodge in Puerto Jiménez, Costa Rica, happened upon the wayward animal clinging hopelessly […]

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One of the world’s top aquariums, the Vancouver Aquarium, has announced it will stop displaying whales and dolphins in its popular exhibit. Just one cetacean still lives in the aquarium. […]

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Reason #57 penguins are the boss. This penguin decides to hop on board an Australian Antarctic Program research vessel. Matthew McKay just happened to capture this amazing video of an Adelie […]

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It’s Berkley the Bear’s first birthday and to celebrate, he’s taking a trip to get ice cream. His favourite flavour? Peanut butter, of course. Berkley is an orphaned bear who […]

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January 17, 2018, No comments

The anticoagulant rodenticide, a poison aimed at, you guessed it, rats, has long been documented to have negative effects on other wildlife which get inadvertently poisoned along with the rats […]

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January 16, 2018, No comments

Animal rights activists say Pope Francis’ way of giving to the poor, by taking them to a day at the circus, is the wrong approach. Last week, the Vatican announced […]

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Baby sloth washed up on surf rescued by chance in Costa Rica

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Guanabana is one very lucky (and very cute) baby sloth. Dirk and Lori Morgan, who operate Morgan’s Jungle Lodge in Puerto Jiménez, Costa Rica, ...

Vancouver Aquarium citing “new era” will stop displaying whales, dolphins

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One of the world’s top aquariums, the Vancouver Aquarium, has announced it will stop displaying whales and dolphins in its popular exhibit. Just ...

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