July 14, 2024 4:01 AM

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Here's Why Zimbabwe's Antelope Park is a Paradise for Bird Watching Enthusiasts

Birds are best observed in their natural habitat, and one of the best places to do that is in Zimbabwe's Antelope Park

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Zoo Accused Of Painting Donkey To Fool Visitors Into Thinking It’s A Zebra

A zoo in Cairo, Egypt was reported to pass off a donkey into a zebra by painting it with stripes. A photo posted on Facebook by a concerned citizen quickly became viral and sparked anger with animal activists.

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Five Locations Around The World To See Penguins

Think that penguins only live in Antarctica on its sheets of ice? Here are five countries where you can find exotic penguins.

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Five Best Destinations For Animal Lovers

There are thousands of reasons why a person spends some time for travel. Others are looking for a place to release their stress and freshen up their mood, others travel to meet new people and explore new things while others are finding a place depending on their hobbies, desires and interests. Notable types of travelers include those who are looking for the ultimate animal encounter.

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Poachers Shot Rare One-Horned Rhino In A World Heritage Site

The greater one-horned rhinoceros are now critically endangered, with only 3,500 of them left in the wild.

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Namibia's Caprivi Strip: Africa Forbidden Zone Now A Wildlife Wonderland

The Caprivi Strip in Namibia is used to be closed to tourists due to conflicts of war. But, now, people can get up close and observe the animals in their natural habitats through the region's array of programs.

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You Can Sleep With Sloths At This Animal Rescue Center In Oregon

Sloths have taken the internet by storm, and one of animal rescue center in Oregon decided to let visitors spend the night with the well-loved creatures. Sloth Sleepovers at the Zoological Wildlife Conservation Center allow people to sleep with the animals after dinnertime for $600.

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Turtle That Ate Almost 1,000 Coins Died After Two Weeks From Surgery

Om Sin, or "Piggy Bank" the sea turtle has died due to blood poisoning after swallowing nearly 1,000 coins thrown by locals and tourists. The sea turtle has undergone two surgeries since March 6 with veterinarians removing about 11 pounds of coins all in all in Om Sin's stomach.

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New Panda National Park Will Relocate 172,000 People

China plans to build a 10,500 square-mile national park for pandas in the country's Sichuan province to help the preservation of the endangered species, though, they have to relocate about 172,000 people to have the project realized. Inhabitants of the area have always caused concern and even threatened panda habitats throughout the years.

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Meet Gracie, Glacier National Park's Protector

Crown of the Continent, Glacier National Park, has a new park, or rather, bark ranger who has a penchant for belly rubs, and the heart to protect both humans and animals alike. Gracie, the border collie, is the park's newest ranger who uses her herding skills to steer away from a group of deer from mountain lions, or glacier goats and sheep away from hunters or residential areas.

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Manchester's First Dog Cafe Is Now Open

Manchester has opened its first beach-themed dog café in Wythenshawe for all dog lovers and their pups to play and lounge all day. The Beach Dog Café was built by Tony and Tania Golden who incorporated other services in the establishment like dog day care, home dog boarding, dog grooming, and dog walking.

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This Zoo's License Got Rejected After Inspection Reveals Almost 500 Animals Died In Its Care

A unanimous council committee decision has rejected to renew the license of South Lakes Safari Zoo after knowing that almost 500 animals died in just two years in its care. The Barrow Council gave its ultimatum of turning down the application of renewal after concerns over animal welfare had been raised.

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'Holy Turtle' Ate Almost 1,000 Coins Thrown By Locals And Tourists

A town, Sri Racha, near the Gulf of Thailand, has a pond on which people, locals and tourists alike, tossed coins for a turtle that was believed to be holy and brought them luck. However, Om Sin the sea turtle suffered from eating almost 1,000 coins thrown into her pond.

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Five Cat Cafes In Singapore Animal Lovers Must Not Miss

Do you love cats? You can cozy up and eat your desserts in these five cat cafes in Singapore. These cafes let you pet, play and learn all about the story of each cats living in the establishments. Travelers Today also get to find out how the owners rescued some of their feline friends on the streets.

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Sunny The Red Panda Is Still At Large; Here ‘s What You Need To Know

Authorities and volunteers have been in full search and rescue during the previous weeks after Sunny, a female red panda, suddenly went missing from her habitat in Virginia Zoo.

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