View on Euronews app
The latest breaking European news
Brussels, My Love?
State Of The Union
Good Morning Europe
The Global Conversation
Top News Stories Today
Soul Of The South
Women Beyond Borders
Farm To Fork
Green In The City
Low Impact Living
The Road To Green
Cry Like A Boy
Meet The Locals
Melting Pot Culture
The Star Ingredient
Depth Of Field
Here We Grow: Spain
The New Uzbekistan
A Greener Future
All You Want Is Greece
Digital Garden City Nation
Galaxy Brain Investor
Invest In Brazil
Under The Hood
More about this topic
13 of the best collective nouns for animals, from a romp to a smack
More about this topic
How many ants are there on Earth? Researchers reveal staggering number
There are 2.5 million ants for every single living human, new research has revealed.
Protests against bullfighting in Madrid
Thousands of people have gathered outside Madrid's Las Ventas bullring to protest against Spain's bullfighting tradition.
Meet Miffy the travelling bunny: A ‘tailblazer’ in his field
“When I travel with Miffy he gets really cuddly - I think it's a bonding experience,” says his owner, Sami Chen.
Cloned Arctic wolf named Maya could help preserve endangered animals
The first cloned Arctic wolf could help researchers preserve endangered species, but some in the scientific community have raised concerns.
Rescue efforts underway for more than 200 whales beached in Tasmania
The stranding comes just days after 14 sperm whales were found stranded on an island off the southeastern coast.
Dogs hit the surfboards to raise money for shelter orphan pets
Canines were hanging ten at the Helen Woodward Animal Center's 17th Annual Surf Dog Surf-a-Thon in Del Mar.
Want to age gracefully? Take some tips from the naked mole rat
Researchers are studying naked mole rats to try and unlock their anti-ageing, anti-illness secrets - and help people suffering with arthritis.
Protest at Japanese Embassy against dolphin kill
More than a dozen Filipino marine wildlife advocates marched to the Japanese Embassy in Manila on Thursday to protest the resumption of the annual drive fisheries, which sees the capture and kill of hundreds of dolphins in Japan.
Worker gored to death by large antelope at Swedish animal park
The incident occurred late on Sunday at the Oland Animal and Entertainment Park.
Mass fish die-off sparks political row between Poland and Germany
Experts in the Czech Republic, the UK and the Netherlands are helping the investigation into the hundreds of tonnes of fish found dead in the Oder River.
This mysterious walking shark ‘breaks all the rules’ of survival
This walking shark can survive without oxygen for up to two hours. As the climate changes, it could adapt even further.
How to keep your pets happy and healthy in a heatwave
Cats and dogs don’t always know what’s best for them. Here’s some tips from the experts to keep your pets safe in extreme temperatures.
The March of the Penguins at San Francisco Zoo
It is one of the most popular events at the San Francisco Zoo. The year's new batch of penguin chicks waddle their way past hundreds of excited guests, before ceremoniously taking their first swim at their new home on Penguin Island.
India’s ambitious project to bring back its extinct cheetahs
African cheetahs will be flown to India next week and reintroduced to a national park.
Galapagos Island iguanas thrive after 187 years of extinction
Nearly 200 years after it was first sighted by Charles Darwin, this iguana has made an epic comeback.
Meet the Qatari farmer growing medicinal plants in the desert
“Torba preserves traditional native plants of the Gulf region. We have heritage seeds and plants, and we grow many other plants from around the world.”
Freya the walrus: Boat-sinking giant up to mischief in Oslo
A half-tonne walrus named Freya is getting up to no good in Norway, delighting some onlookers and angering others.
Pet turtles bought illegally online are spreading salmonella to humans
Selling turtles this small as pets was banned more than 40 years ago because of the risk of infection to humans.
Scientists have built a Bambi-like robot that is learning how to walk
The researchers built the robot so they could find out more about the process animals go through when learning to walk.
Genetically modified pig hearts transplanted into brain-dead patients
The successful procedures are a step forward in tackling the shortage of human organs for transplant.