Bears, Big Cats And Red Pandas Frolic In Snow At Ohio Zoo After Blizzard

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Animals frolicking in the snow in Akron Zoo, United States. (Akron Zoo/Newsflash/TMX)

This is the moment bears, big cats and red pandas frolic in the thick snow at an Ohio zoo after a blizzard hit. The adorable wintry scenes were filmed at…

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Zoo Surprises Adorable Polar Bear With Giant Frozen Salmon Cake For Second Birthday

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Finja's mother Nora, who also joined the salmon cake celebration in the Vienna Zoo in Austria. (Daniel Zupanc/Newsflash)

This is the moment a polar bear tucks into her giant frozen salmon birthday cake that was skilfully shaped into the number '2' to represent her age. The footage of…

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Eagle Like Raptor That Hunted Ancient Koala Bear Sized Prey 25 Million Years Ago Unearthed In Australia

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An illustration of the eagle that ruled the food chain of South Australia 25 million years ago.

Scientists have unearthed the remains of a 25-million-year old eagle like-raptor that soared above the Australian outback preying on animals the size of koala bears and flamingos with its enormous…

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The 9,500 Year Old Skull Which Bears The Marks Of The Worlds First Brain Surgery Is To Get A Face

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The 9,500-year-old skull, which was found during the excavations at Asikli Hoyuk, a settlement mound in the Cappadocia region, near Aksaray, Turkey where the first brain surgery in history was performed.

The face of a woman whose skull from 9,500 years ago showed evidence of the first brain surgery ever is being reconstructed as a wax model and going on display…

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Experts Say Prehistoric Cave Bears Were Cannibals That Ate Cavemates And Their Young

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Cave bear skull recovered in the Toll Cave in 2015

A group of researchers have revealed that cave bears were actually cannibals that had the unsociable tendency of eating their 'cavemates' and their young. The cave bear (Ursus spelaeus) bones,…

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