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'We are alive': Woman evacuates 35 dogs from Mariupol hellscape
When Ukranian shelter owner Irina Petrova was forced to flee Mariupol, she refused to leave her beloved dogs behind.
Tanzania's ban on live animal exports is back after one day of outrage
The controversial decision was reversed not long after it caused public outrage in the East African nation.
France gives Queen horse for Platinum Jubilee
Horse Fabuleu de Maucour, who was previously a standard-bearer for France's Republican Guard, has been presented to Queen Elizabeth to mark her 70 years on the throne.
Dogs offer comfort to Uvalde locals after mass shooting
Trainers from New Jersey offer their dogs to help comfort families seeking solace after the shooting at an elementary school in the Texas city of Uvalde that left 19 children and two teachers dead.
First cafe in Dubai to exclusively serve dogs
The first dog cafe in the Gulf emirate of Dubai serves food, coffee, and cake to dogs only, opened by Korean nutritionist and certified pet bakery chef Hyunsuk Ku.
25-tonne humpback whale dies off coast of Valencia
A dying humpback whale measuring 12 metres long and weighing around 25 tonnes appeared off the coast of Tavernes de la Valldigna coast
How Reddit supported a Ukrainian artist making pet portraits
Ivan Kozak has been giving pets a royal makeover for years, but didn't expect to wake up one day to find a post celebrating his work.
Singapore temple offers pet blessings for Buddhist festival
Hundreds of Buddhists brought their pet dogs, cats, rabbits and even crustaceans to a temple in Singapore on Saturday to receive blessings from monks and nuns.
Scientist says she is ‘amazed’ by the size of dolphin clitorises
New research confirms that the animals do experience pleasure when having sex, due to their “large” clitorises.
'Toxic caterpillars' are taking over beaches in the UK
The hairy caterpillars making a home on British beaches as the weather warms up: what to look out for to keep safe
Norway's breeding programme sees arctic foxes return in high numbers
The initiative goes back to 2003 when there were probably no more than 50 arctic foxes left in the wild in Finland, Sweden and Norway combined.
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How working with horses helped with a family crisis
Natalie Lankester is a professional dressage rider who will represent UAE in the Asian Games in September 2022. She's also having to face up to her husband's leukaemia diagnosis.
Five positive news stories about what's going well in the world
A scientific breakthrough could see you charging your phone using the sun, the world's biggest animal crossing and brewing beer for Ukraine. We have five positive news stories for you.
Demonstrators dressed as animals flock to the IMF
Avaaz activists dressed as animals and trees flocked to the 2022 IMF Spring Meetings to demand that biodiversity criteria be included in the new Resilience and Sustainability Trust (RST) on Thursday, April 21, in Washington D.C.
How are 'ecotourists' giving these rare iguanas a sweet tooth?
The endangered animals are so addicted to the sweet snack that they rush to the beach when they hear boats arriving.
These climate heroes of 2022 are giving us hope on Earth Day
With people taking part around the world so here are our top stories of people going above and beyond for the planet.
Stop showing our gorilla selfies, says Chicago zoo
Showing Amare the gorilla phone selfies has amused some guests, but Lincoln Park Zoo warns it could have severe consequences.
Turkey: flamingos bring colours to the Lake Eber
Lake Eber, one of Afyonkarahisar's (Turkey) most important natural wealth, was recently coloured by flamingos, whose numbers have recently increased.
Watch animals at London Zoo eggsplore their Easter treats
The Zoological Society of London prepared some Easter treats for the animals in its zoo to find.
Crabs embark on perilous migration to Bay of Pigs
Every year in Cuba, millions of crabs emerge from the forest at the beginning of the spring rains and head for the waters of the Bay of Pigs, crossing streets and highways on a perilous journey to mate and reproduce.
Good News round-up: Five stories about what's going well in the world
A Turkish man has planted 30 million trees, a study says we're living (and staying healthy) for longer, and an endangered species got a brand new member.
Electric car 'devoured by rodents' leaves man with €5,000 repair bill
Rodents chewing on wires isn't new. But that's small comfort for someone who spent thousands on an EV that’s now completely useless.
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Guess hoo? Owl peeks into live weather camera in Montana
An owl perched atop the US Bank building downtown Great Falls, Montana, peeked into the lens of a TV station weather camera Wednesday.
Aftermath of Brovary bombing
Villages near Brovary sustained heavy damage as the Russians tried to advance on Kyiv.
Doha hospital treats sick falcons and replaces damaged feathers
A feathered patient is on the operating table today. It's a falcon and is being treated at a specialist hospital in central Doha. The Souq Waqif Falcon Hospital welcomes over 150 falcons a day.