Read more about the article Austria To Create More Than 300 New Water Ponds Around The Country To Help Conserve Green Toads
Image shows a green toad in the city of Vienna, Austria, undated photo. State authorities will create around 300 new small bodies of water across the country for the green toads. (Daniel Zupanc/Newsflash)

Austria To Create More Than 300 New Water Ponds Around The Country To Help Conserve Green Toads

The world's oldest zoo will take part in the building of several hundred water ponds across Austria to help conserve green toads under threat because of habitat loss. The project…

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Read more about the article Namibian Animal Tracking Experts Help German Archaeologists Match Footprint Pictures To Animals
Image shows detail of Stone Age depictions of human footprints and animal tracks in Doro Nawas mountains, Namibia, undated photo. The carvings date back to the Later Stone Age. (Andreas Pastoors, Tracking in Caves/Newsflash)

Namibian Animal Tracking Experts Help German Archaeologists Match Footprint Pictures To Animals

Archaeologists examining prehistoric artwork of footprints up to 50,000 years old in southwest Africa have been able to determine the type of animals and even their likely ages by cooperating…

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Read more about the article World’s Greenest City Stops Cutting Grass To Help Bees And Other Wildlife
Picture shows Kongresssiedlung estate, in Vienna, Austria, undated. The tenants at the estate have convinced officials to reconsider their strict lawn-mowing procedures to support the flora and fauna. (Newsflash)

World’s Greenest City Stops Cutting Grass To Help Bees And Other Wildlife

The world's greenest city has agreed a further reduction to its lawnmowing policy to protect wild plants and animals in the Austiran capital Vienna. The council added the new location…

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Read more about the article Surgeons Operate On Six-Legged Sheep To Help It Living Normal Life
Image shows sheep Dolly that was born with six legs in the city of Leipzig, Germany, undated photo. One of its legs got removed during a recent operation at the Leipzig University Animal Clinic. (Newsflash)

Surgeons Operate On Six-Legged Sheep To Help It Living Normal Life

A sheep born with six legs is recovering after vets worked together with a paediatrician to remove one of the extra limbs in a complex operation lasting more than two…

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Read more about the article First Snaps Of Rhino That Kille Female Zookeeper And Critically Injured Her Husband At Salzburg Zoo
Image shows rhino Yeti, 30, (right) at the Salzburg Zoo, Austria, undated photo. A 33-year-old zookeeper was killed after a rhino attacked her in its enclosure at the zoo at around 6.55am on Tuesday, Sep. 12, 2023. (Newsflash)

First Snaps Of Rhino That Kille Female Zookeeper And Critically Injured Her Husband At Salzburg Zoo

These are the fist snaps of a near-threatened white rhino at an Austrian zoo that killed a female zookeeper while critically injuring her husband who tried to help her this…

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Read more about the article Zoo Makes Public Appeal To Help Find Famous Reptile
Photo shows the water monitor lizard called Aberdeen, undated. The 1.5 meters long lizard escaped from Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden in Hong Kong, China. (@KadoorieFarmAndBotanicGarden/AsiaWire)

Zoo Makes Public Appeal To Help Find Famous Reptile

A Hong Kong zoo is appealing to the public for help after a famous lizard went missing when it slipped through a small opening while being treated for an injured…

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Read more about the article Scottish Magpies Use Bird Repellent Pins To Build Nests And Guard From Other Birds
Photo shows a magpie nest made of anti-nesting spikes in a tree in Antwerp, Belgium, undated. Researchers from two Dutch natural history museums collected nests of a carrion crow and a Eurasian magpie that were largely built with material that should have deterred birds; bird nests made of anti-bird spikes. (Auke-Florian Hiemstra/Newsflash)

Scottish Magpies Use Bird Repellent Pins To Build Nests And Guard From Other Birds

Clever magpies have been found stealing bird-repellent barriers to help build and defend their nests in areas as far apart as Scotland, Holland and Belgium. The newly published Dutch study…

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Read more about the article Boy, 9, Sells Two Chickens For USD 12,000 To Help With Four-Year-Old Brother’s Cancer Treatment
Photo shows Cashton Purkapile, 4, undated. Cashton, from Rock County, Wisconsin, USA, was diagnosed with cancer. (GoFundMe/Newsflash)

Boy, 9, Sells Two Chickens For USD 12,000 To Help With Four-Year-Old Brother’s Cancer Treatment

A nine-year-old boy has raised USD 12,000 by selling two chickens to help with his four-year-old brother's cancer treatment. Cashton Purkapile, 4, of Janesville, a city in Rock County, in…

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Read more about the article Woman Forgets 165-Year-Old Violin Worth GBP 70K On Train
Image shows the Gabriel Lemboeck violin that a 33-year-old musician forgot on the train in Vienna, Austria, on Monday, Mar. 27, 2023. The instrument was estimated at EUR 80,000 (GBP 70,461). (BMI/Newsflash)

Woman Forgets 165-Year-Old Violin Worth GBP 70K On Train

Austrian police have appealed for help in tracking down a 16-year-old violin that was forgotten in a train by its 33-year-old woman owner. She had been reportedly travelling from Baden…

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Read more about the article Tiger Cubs’ Adorable Lineup As Keeper Finds Dropped Phone
Breeder picks up a phone that fell in tiger enclosure in Guangzhou, China, undated. He was surrounded by tiger cubs. (mkgc666/AsiaWire)

Tiger Cubs’ Adorable Lineup As Keeper Finds Dropped Phone

Four adorable tiger cubs put on the ultimate catwalk show as they watched a zoo keeper hunting for a mobile phone. A clumsy visitor had dropped their smartphone into the…

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