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World's largest triceratops skeleton on display in Paris
"Big John", a 66-million-year-old triceratops measuring 8 metres, is displayed in a gallery in the Marais district of central Paris until 20 October, ahead of an auction the following day at the Hôtel Drouot.
These endangered ‘scrotum’ frogs breathe through their saggy skin
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Hungarian activists bring camels to climate protest in Budapest
This 24-hour wildlife watch is funding a hospital for Europe’s otters
Expert Ross Lawford is raising funds with an otter watching marathon to help the comeback of these elusive creatures.
Giant panda gives birth to twin cubs in France
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Tokyo store sells kimonos for pets
In the historic district of Asakusa in Tokyo, Yuka Iida, runs the pet accessories store "Adachiya".
Sydney zoo celebrates newest addition to koala pack
WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo is celebrating the arrival of its fifth koala joey this season, a little boy weighing just over 300g, and is asking the public for help to name the cute furry baby
The Iberian Lynx makes a comeback in Spain after near extinction
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Two men were charged with animal cruelty after a violent image went viral during Australia’s anti-lockdown protests.
Why dozens of baby birds jumped to their deaths in US heatwave
Over one hundred baby birds escaped their nests to save themselves during the US heatwave.
Snakes are helping scientists monitor radiation from Fukushima
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Meet the endangered baby tapir on an important mission
As part of an international conservation programme, a zoo in the US is trying to raise awareness of threats that face this species.
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