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  • Sacrifice mother bear Sacrifice mother bear
    In order to prevent their little bears from being attacked by the grumpy bears, the mother bears in the Nordic countries have come up with a magical strategy to protect the safety of small bears:
  • Name the giant panda in California Name the giant panda in California
    On November 10, the giant panda born at San Diego Zoo (California state, USA) was named Su Lin in early August, which means Chinese.
  • wildebeests wildebeests
    If you happen to face these wild beasts, many must be surprised because your head is a bull's head, horns are ox horns, your tail is a pony tail, and your appearance is heavy. They are not wild cattle, nor wild horses, they look for children
  • You 175-year-old Harriet You 175-year-old Harriet
    The Harriet turtle is considered the Guinness world record as the longest living animal in the world. A Galapagos turtle tool and also the oldest known turtle in the world today (Tuesday) celebrates its 175th birthday in Australia.
  • Mice do not drink water Mice do not drink water
    Mouse kDipodomys deserti has bags on the cheek (in the mouth). Strangely, these bags can be used as food storage for weeks. Thanks to the body accumulates water from food and can maintain water
  • Unknown things about giant pandas Unknown things about giant pandas
    The giant panda, also known as the leaf-eating bear, was first discovered in China in 1913, but their existence became known since 1869 when a priest named Armand David Found a lot of lo & agra skin
  • Trouble elephant stories miscarriage Trouble elephant stories miscarriage
    Pregnant elephants are very rare, and elephants that have miscarried are not heard. So the female elephant named Y Kham of the Ma Nia family suffered a miscarriage - the fetus was approximately 3 years old - doing a tumultuous trade at Don, Krong Na commune
  • Polar bears swim 46 miles a day Polar bears swim 46 miles a day
    Scientists find that it swims at least 46 miles (74 km) every day, even up to 62.5 miles (100 km). This is the first evidence that bears can swim over such a long distance.
  • Melting ice threatens polar bears Melting ice threatens polar bears
    Conservationists say the existence of polar bears is under threat as the Arctic Arctic sea ice is melting quickly. According to the Center for Biodiversity, Natural Resources Protection Council and Greenpeace, polar bears have to rely on ice to hunt graves
  • Bald head because I can ... baby Bald head because I can ... baby
    This fellowship has come to the baboon named Reggie at Devon Zoo (England). Three weeks ago, Reggle was born completely normal, meaning that it was about half a kilogram and full of fur, but ...
  • Mosquitoes provide blood to spiders Mosquitoes provide blood to spiders
    Scientists in Sydney, Australia, have announced they have identified the jumping East Spider species that prefers to hunt as bloody female mosquitoes. And researchers at Macquarie University say this is a good demonstration
  • Gorilla has the ability to use the tool Gorilla has the ability to use the tool
    A gorilla in the Congo farm used a stone to smash dry palm fruit to get the essential oil. This behavior surprised the scientists and changed every thought about gorilla before. It has long been argued that using tools to perform tasks
  • The harsh life of young penguins The harsh life of young penguins
    The emperor's penguins came to live miserably in terms of being bullied and tortured. A detailed study has just revealed that.
  • The plea of ​​the mermaid The plea of ​​the mermaid
    People are willing to spend more than ten million dong just to own the pair of fangs of her
  • It was observed that a bird species split into two It was observed that a bird species split into two
    For the first time, researchers obtained evidence of divisions in a bird's migration pattern - the behavior is still hypothesized to lead to new species formation.
  • Large seagulls once existed in the North Atlantic Large seagulls once existed in the North Atlantic
    US researchers unearthed the first fossil reproduction site of the great albatross in Bermuda. This site contains many of their bones but no one lives there today nor elsewhere in the North Atlantic D
  • Chimpanzee Chimpanzee
    Chimpanzees are similar to humans at many points, but it does not seem to be altruistic. Although they live in groups, cooperate and hunt together, but when they have to help other members not with them, they show
  • Detecting populations of gray-shanked douc langur about 100 animals Detecting populations of gray-shanked douc langur about 100 animals
    Source from the Office of the Strategic Management Area for Integrated Conservation (MOSAIC) project of the International Fund for Nature Conservation WWF - Indochina Program on October 27, said: conservation experts of the project just discovered a population of langurs ch & ac
  • Hot blood shark detected Hot blood shark detected
    Salmon sharks in the Alaskan Gulf are cold with the same muscular bundles - with conspicuous reds due to blood vessels - similar to mammals: they release and warm the animal's body to 26 degrees Celsius, higher 20 degrees above the surrounding water temperature.
  • Hyenas and crocodiles in turn unleashed a sudden killing of wild dogs Hyenas and crocodiles in turn unleashed a sudden killing of wild dogs
    The video from an episode of the Dynasties documentary series shows two wild dogs being attacked to death by hyenas and crocodiles.

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