Read more about the article Mystery Of Hundreds Of Wild Ducks Found Frozen In Ice
Ruddy shelducks lie dead on the ice of the Hun River in Shenyang, Liaoning in China, undated. They are suspected of being poisoned. (lnysdwbh/AsiaWire)

Mystery Of Hundreds Of Wild Ducks Found Frozen In Ice

Baffled wildlife officials in China are investigating how hundreds of wild ducks were found dead in a frozen river when they should have been flying south for the winter. The…

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Read more about the article Man Sues Breeder After Catching Horror Bug From Infected Birds
Image shows some of the parakeets that the couple had bought in the city of Moenchengladbach, in Germany, undated photo. A bacterial infection was detected in five of them. (Newsflash)

Man Sues Breeder After Catching Horror Bug From Infected Birds

A fireman is demanding EUR 20,000 compensation from a budgie breeder he claims sold him infected birds that nearly killed him. Plaintiff Walter Reintges, 60, had reportedly bought 14 of…

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Read more about the article Miracle Recovery Of Brothers Lost In Amazon Astounds Medics
Picture shows the brothers Gleison Carvalho Ferreira, 9, and Glauco Carvalho Ferreira, 7, undated. They had been missing for 26 days in the Amazon rainforest, in municipality of Manicore, Brazil, and were found on the March 15 , 2022. (CEN)

Miracle Recovery Of Brothers Lost In Amazon Astounds Medics

Two young brothers who were close to death after 26 days lost in the Amazon rainforest have astonished medics with their rapid recovery. Gleison and Glauco Carvalho Ferreira went missing…

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Read more about the article Small 225 Million-Year-Old Reptile Was Ancestor Of Flying Giants
An interpretation of what the Maehary bonapartei looked like, pictured in an undated photo illustration. The newly-unearthed 225 million-year-old reptile in Brazil gave rise to the biggest creatures that ever flew, according to new research. (Mrcio L. Castro,SWNS/Newsflash)

Small 225 Million-Year-Old Reptile Was Ancestor Of Flying Giants

A diminutive 225 million year old reptile unearthed in Brazil gave rise to the biggest creatures that ever flew, according to new research. The lizard-like species measured just 15 inches…

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Read more about the article Rescuers Save Cock Fighting Roosters Then Kill Them
Photo shows an injured rooster, in an undated photo. Police raided a cockfighting event Friday, Aug. 5, 2022, in Jurupa Valley, California USA. (Riverside County Department of Animal Services/Newsflash)

Rescuers Save Cock Fighting Roosters Then Kill Them

Authorities were forced to euthanise 143 roosters after breaking up a cockfight in a southern Californian home in an open investigation. Standby officers arrived at the scene around midnight after…

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Read more about the article Critically-Endangered Birds Laying Eggs On Galapagos
A mangrove finch (Camarhynchus heliobates) in an undated photo. The bird is a part of the efforts for conservation of the mangrove finch in Puerto Ayora, Ecuador. ( Charles Darwin Foundation /Newsflash)

Critically-Endangered Birds Laying Eggs On Galapagos

These critically-endangered birds are making a comeback in the Galapagos Islands. Experts from the Charles Darwin Foundation (CDF) and the Galapagos National Park Directorate who formed part of The Mangrove…

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Read more about the article Prehistoric Birds Perferred Bugs To Fish Says Study
Reconstruction of Longipteryx feeding on the mayfly Epicharmeropsis hexavenulosus from the Early Cretaceous Jehol Group of Northeastern China. Miller et al. noted that the foot of Longipteryx could grasp in a way similar to living owls, on which this feeding pose is based. (Julius T. Csotonyi/AsiaWire)

Prehistoric Birds Perferred Bugs To Fish Says Study

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Prehistoric dinosaur birds preferred to snack on insects instead of fish, a new study has revealed. It had been believed that the 120 million-year-old Longipterygidae family's long beaks with sharp…

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Read more about the article Ugly Reptiles Facing Extinction, Say Experts
Argentine land turtle, the collection for the pet trade, wildfires and land use change put it in a very vulnerable situation. (CONICET-Luciano Avila/Newsflash)

Ugly Reptiles Facing Extinction, Say Experts

Over one in five reptiles species are in danger of extinction but no one seems to care because they are “less charismatic” than mammals or birds. During the 15-year research…

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Read more about the article Worlds Oldest Zoo Welcomes 32 Rare Northern Bald Ibis Chicks That Will Follow Microlight Glider Back To Nature
The northern bald Ibis chicks moved from the Rosegg zoo in Carinthia to the Schonbrunn zoo in April 2022. (Daniel Zupanc/Newsflash)

Worlds Oldest Zoo Welcomes 32 Rare Northern Bald Ibis Chicks That Will Follow Microlight Glider Back To Nature

The world's oldest zoo will provide care for over 30 endangered northern bald ibis chicks as part of a programme to lead them back to their natural habitat using a…

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