Read more about the article Hungry Sloth Tries To Pinch Toucan’s Lunch
A Two-toed sloth attempts to steal a Toucan's rice at Neo Park Okinawa, in Nago City, Okinawa, Japan, undated. They eat primarily leaves, shoots, fruits, nuts, berries, bark. (@neopark754/CEN )

Hungry Sloth Tries To Pinch Toucan’s Lunch

This is the moment a hungry two-toed sloth realises that - even at a stretch - the lengthy arms nature gave him sometimes just are not long enough. Sloth Pono…

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Read more about the article Alligator Snapping Turtle Uses Worm-Like Tongue To Lure Fish
Picture shows an Alligator snapping turtle (Macrochelys temminckii) at Ikeda Zoo, in Okayama City, Japan, undated. The Zoo shared the video asking people to gusess what it was based on one unusal part of its body. (@LOVE_IKEDAZOO/CEN)

Alligator Snapping Turtle Uses Worm-Like Tongue To Lure Fish

This incredible footage shows the wormlike tongue of a massive alligator snapping turtle which is used to suck fish into the gaping mouth of the underwater creature. Once in range…

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Read more about the article 18oz Batch Of Cherries Sells For Eye-Watering GBP 8k
Photo shows Sato Nishiki cherries from Yamagata, Japan, undated. Funasho Co., Ltd. announced that they have paid about USD 10,000 for a box of Sato Nishiki cherries at the first auction of fruits and vegetables held at the Tokyo Central Wholesale Market on Thursday, Jan. 5, 2023. (Funasho Co., Ltd./Newsflash)

18oz Batch Of Cherries Sells For Eye-Watering GBP 8k

A Japanese fruit producer has sold a small batch of cherries for an eye-watering GBP 8,000. The record-breaking bid was accepted at a wholesale auction at Ota Market in Tokyo,…

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Read more about the article Endangered Giraffe Clearly Enjoys Munching On Snow In Hilarious Videos
The giraffe named Genki eats snow at Asahiyama Zoo in Asahikawa, Hokkaido, Japan, undated. Asahiyama Zoo is a top-rated zoological garden just outside central Asahikawa City. (Asahikawa City Asahiyama Zoo/CEN)

Endangered Giraffe Clearly Enjoys Munching On Snow In Hilarious Videos

Despite the preference for warmer temperatures this giraffe was clearly enjoying the arrival of the snow after using his impressive lips to shovel mouthfuls at a Japanese zoo. The footage…

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Read more about the article Eight Wild Boars Drop Dead At Famous Japanese Folktale’s Death Stone
Photo shows several dead boars near The Sessho-seki, known as the "Killing Stone", undated photo. The Killing Stone is a stone in the volcanic mountains of Nasu, an area of Tochigi Prefecture, Japan. (Japanese Ministry of the Environment/Newsflash)

Eight Wild Boars Drop Dead At Famous Japanese Folktale’s Death Stone

Eight wild boars which dropped dead around a legendary death stone believed to kill anyone who approaches it have puzzled social media users in Japan. The three adult boars and…

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Read more about the article Horses From The US Butchered In Mexico After 17-Hour Journey From Texas
Horses wait to be slaughtered in a slaughterhouse in Zacatecas, Mexico, undated. Animal Equality shows through an undercover investigation the export of horses from the US to Mexico to be slaughtered and destined for human consumption, the practice is prohibited in the USA since 2007. (Igualdad Animal/Newsflash )

Horses From The US Butchered In Mexico After 17-Hour Journey From Texas

WARNING: GRAPHIC AND DISTRESSING CONTENT Horses bought at auction in Texas are being butchered in Mexico before being sold in food products to consumers around the world, as these images…

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Read more about the article Japanese City To Sell Over GBP 700,000 Worth Of Precious Metals Harvested From Dead Bodies
Image shows the city of Kyoto, Japan, undated photo. Kyoto City authorities started an initiative to extract and sell precious metals used in dental treatments from the "remnant ash" after cremation. (Newsflash)

Japanese City To Sell Over GBP 700,000 Worth Of Precious Metals Harvested From Dead Bodies

The city of Kyoto in Japan is reportedly planning to sell the precious metals found in cremated bodies from things like denture fillings. Most Japanese people are cremated after they…

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Read more about the article Man Who Threw Paper Glider At Hiroshima Peace Memorial Could Face Fine And Jail
Picture shows the a paper airplane, undated. A man threw a paper airplane into the Hiroshima Victims Memorial Cenotaph, in Hiroshima, Japan, on Friday, Oct. 28, 2022. (Hiroshima City/CEN)

Man Who Threw Paper Glider At Hiroshima Peace Memorial Could Face Fine And Jail

Police in Japan are looking for a man who threw a paper aeroplane into the Hiroshima Peace Memorial. CCTV footage showed how a man launched the paper plane at the…

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Read more about the article Arachnid Lover Shares Why Tarantulas Can Make Great Pets
Picture shows a large tarantula, in Kanagawa, Japan, undated. The tarantula's owner, Shu Miyasaka, 37, apart from tarantulas, also keeps scorpions, centipedes, millipedes, and other various insects. (@shuyaman13/Newsflash)

Arachnid Lover Shares Why Tarantulas Can Make Great Pets

This footage demonstrates how big scary-looking tarantulas can actually make amazingly beloved pets when treated with gentle and proper care. In an interview with Newsflash, spider man Shu Miyasaka, 37,…

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