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Daela, an African elephant and Dunja, an Asian are both former circus performers.
Watch: Panda pair celebrate birthdays at Moscow Zoo
The bears are eating a diet of 99% bamboo but also enjoy apples, carrots and special pancakes made out of cereal.
Watch: Vienna zoo presents artificially-conceived baby elephant
Meet the latest addition to the elephant family at Vienna's Schönbrunn Zoo.
Thai farmers celebrate sowing with buffalo race
Farmers in Eastern Thailand celebrated the start of the sowing season on Saturday by racing the buffaloes whose usual duty is to plough fields.
Sea lion pup makes its debut at Illinois zoo
A California sea lion pup has made its public debut at Brookfield Zoo in Illinois. The male pup named Charger was born on June 10 to a 9-year-old sea lion named Josephine.
Watch: Zoo animals share techniques to keep cool in heatwave
To keep cool, some animals have taken matters into their own hands (or trunks). At these zoos in Austria and Germany, worm ice lollies are on the menu too.
Watch: Furs aid for four-legged friends with Hong Kong pet ambulances
The ambulance is fully equipped with oxygen tanks, bandages and medical supplies. It's not yet legal for it to sound a siren but organisers are hoping to have this approved by city officials.
Watch: Zoo told to stop breeding unless offspring reintroduced to wild
The city council voted to modify bylaws, saying breeding will eventually be halted if they are not adhered to. Animal rights activists celebrated but some zookeepers are worried restrictions could do more harm than good.
Watch: Rock star's welcome for goats at overgrown NYC park
In a win-win, the goats get an all you can eat buffet and the park doesn't have to use chemical weed killer.
Watch: Abandoned bear cubs Bradley and Cooper prepare for life in wild
The duo will be bottle fed by sanctuary workers until they've learned to forage in the forest, after being abandoned by their mother.
Homeless bats nursed back to health by volunteers
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