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  • Canada opened the insect art exhibition Canada opened the insect art exhibition
    A live exhibition of insect, insect and reptile art paintings was co-organized by French and Chinese artists on April 16 at the art gallery in Vancouver (Canada).
  • Chimp also lives in caves like prehistoric people Chimp also lives in caves like prehistoric people
    Desert chimpanzees, in addition to being able to create weapons to hunt other primates, can also find shelter in caves like the ancestors of prehistoric humans. A study c
  • Giant python Giant python
    With an approximate length of 15m, a body circumference of 85cm, a weight of 447kg, a lazy python at the Curugsewu zoo of Sumatra island (Indonesia) beat every record of python species that Guinness is recording.
  • Flying species in Con Dao (Part 1) Flying species in Con Dao (Part 1)
    The sunrise in Con Dao has a strange impression, even though you have been here. The serene calmness that dominates the history-filled streets of history seems to be the opposite of the eagerness of the sea. The far away side
  • Chimpanzees evolved stronger than humans Chimpanzees evolved stronger than humans
    Chimpanzee is the most evolved animal? According to the size of the brain, Homo Sapien is considered to lead the evolutionary process. However, when comparing the genomes of these two species, geneticists noted that the number of genes in the monkey species is
  • Vietnam used to exist rare arowanas? Vietnam used to exist rare arowanas?
    Arowanas are popular among hobbyists today. Mr. Nguyen Van Lang, Chairman of Ho Chi Minh City Aquarium, said the arowana consists of 8 types: long dragon, dragon fruit, yellow fin dragon, pink fin, red rose, golden red dragon, overshadowed kim long and pink long.
  • Antwerp Zoo: Do ​​not look at chimpanzee face Antwerp Zoo: Do ​​not look at chimpanzee face
    We all know that animals should not be teased in the zoo. Now Antwerp Zoo in Belgium requires visitors not to look directly at the chimp face.
  • The Chinese leopard species is seriously threatened with extinction The Chinese leopard species is seriously threatened with extinction
    According to a new statistic conducted in Russia, only 25 to 34 Chinese leopards live in wilderness in an area near the border with China and the DPRK.
  • Germany: police protect baby bear Knut Germany: police protect baby bear Knut
    On April 19, police were transferred to Berlin Zoo to protect the baby bear Knut in order to prevent an assassination attempt.
  • Flowers born to seduce birds Flowers born to seduce birds
    The different shapes of tropical flowers, from blooming flowers to elongated pipes, are to help birds and bats easily put the beak in to pollinate flowers. It is the diversity of birds and bats
  • Eat snakes by compressing prey Eat snakes by compressing prey
    Snakes can eat prey larger than it ... But how do snakes eat prey? The mechanism of snake feeding has just been found: It compresses the prey and slowly digests it.
  • Increased risk of white bears attacking people Increased risk of white bears attacking people
    A recent study by Russian scientists said that the warming effect of the earth will increase the likelihood of polar white bears attacking people.
  • Flying species in Con Dao (Part 2) Flying species in Con Dao (Part 2)
    At the end of the mating season of the black-backed mantle, in Con Dao, there are quite a number of other birds, the white pups often perch on the branches every afternoon when they look very happy.
  • Artificial insemination for elephants Artificial insemination for elephants
    On March 7, 2007, the Thai scientific community excited the lovers of elephants with the event that the first artificial insemination elephant was born in Asia. His mother's name, Kaud, 25, was collected by experts from the Thai National Elephant Institute, the School of Veterinary Medicine
  • Rare animals will escape the brink of extinction? Rare animals will escape the brink of extinction?
    The world currently has only 13 northern white rhinos (photos) while many other animals are also on the verge of extinction. Thomas Hildebrandt and his colleagues at the Berlin Zoo and Wildlife Research Institute (Germany) are fairies
  • Indian conservation park lost many precious tiger Indian conservation park lost many precious tiger
    Eight rare Bengal beetles have disappeared from Ranthambore National Conservation Park in western India, adding to concerns about this animal population decline.
  • Flying species in Con Dao (The last part) Flying species in Con Dao (The last part)
    Weather in the afternoon of Con Dao in July often has erratic changes. The sudden rains are enough to make moving on stone walls more difficult and dangerous than ever. The path travels back and forth between small islands so it is always full of energy
  • 4-finger civet likes 1-night relationship 4-finger civet likes 1-night relationship
    Four-finger civet, famous for its cooperative behavior, in which each member has a certain position. But the researchers found a sign of disobedience in the members of the subordinates. N
  • Malaysia finds a wife for a rare crocodile Malaysia finds a wife for a rare crocodile
    A male crocodile of an endangered species is taken from one zoo to another to find suitable mates. Experts hope this reptile will have a romantic love and
  • When celebrating the dog wagging its tail to the right When celebrating the dog wagging its tail to the right
    This four-legged friend wagged his tail to the right or left, depending on how he felt, Italian researchers revealed. The dog will turn its tail to the right when happy or see something eager to see. In contrast, the boat

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