Read more about the article Outrage As Famous 60-year-Old “Welcoming” Tree Attracting Countless Visitors Is Vandalised
The video shows a woman wearing a yellow short-sleeved shirt and holding a kitchen knife stood nearby a silk cotton tree that is more than 60 years old and is known as the "welcoming pine.". The famous internet celebrity tree was cut out illegally in Bianshan Mountain in Xiangyang, Hubei Province on 30 May 2024. (@896723229/Asia Wire)

Outrage As Famous 60-year-Old “Welcoming” Tree Attracting Countless Visitors Is Vandalised

An online-famous 60-year-old tree that drew in countless tourists hoping to get an Insta-worthy photo next to it has been vandalised, sparking fury among locals. Known as the "Xiangyang Welcoming…

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Read more about the article Solar Halo Like Eye In Sky Appears Over China
Video shows a halo in Kunming, China, undated. Li Xiaopeng, director of the Kunming Meteorological Observatory, said that the reason for the formation of a solar halo is similar to that of a rainbow. (AsiaWire)

Solar Halo Like Eye In Sky Appears Over China

Solar halo that appeared like an eye in the sky above China that had netizens saying that it was as if the sun was wearing contact lenses. The halo appeared…

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Read more about the article Days Old Baby Cobra Nippers Are Already Up For A  Fright
Footage shows Siamese cobras hatched in an incubator in Moscow Zoo, Russia in May, 2024. Siamese cobras are rare and extremely poisonous. (Moscow Zoo/Newsflash)

Days Old Baby Cobra Nippers Are Already Up For A Fright

Cautious zookeepers in Russia show off a brood of highly venomous baby spitting cobras who already seem ready to see off any would-be attackers. The nine hatchlings emerged following two…

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Read more about the article Rare Snap Of Snow Leopard Caught Out By Summer Melt
Footage shows the Amur leopard in the Land of the Leopard National Park, Primorsky Krai in the Russian Far East, undated. The Amur leopard is also known as the Far East leopard. (@leopard_land/Newsflash)

Rare Snap Of Snow Leopard Caught Out By Summer Melt

Magnificent Amur leopard does not seem to know whether it is summer-ing or going as its coat is apparently caught out by a rapid spring thaw. Rare footage from a…

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Read more about the article Snow Leopard Cubs Smash Up Badly Hidden Camera Trap
Photo shows snow leopard cubs playing with camera trap in Saylyugemsky National Park, Russia, undated. They sniffed and bit the camera. (@sailugem.ru/Newsflash)

Snow Leopard Cubs Smash Up Badly Hidden Camera Trap

A pair of curious snow leopard cubs give a poorly hidden camera trap in the Russian wilderness a severe mauling. Footage recorded in Saylyugemsky National Park on the mountainous border…

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Read more about the article MONKEY HORROR: Dozens Die In Searing Heatwave
Video shows dead monkeys in Tabasco and Chiapas, Mexico, undated. The number of saraguatos monkeys killed by high temperatures in Tabasco and Chiapas rises. (@cobiusac/Newsflash)

MONKEY HORROR: Dozens Die In Searing Heatwave

Horrified wildlife officials say nearly 100 monkeys along with rare birds have been found dead on forest floors in Mexico as the country is scorched by a deadly heatwave. The…

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Read more about the article Honey Badgers’ Sweet Playfight Delights Fans
Photo shows playing honey badgers Neo and Trinity in Moscow Zoo, Russia in May, 2024. This couple came to zoo three years ago from the Czech Republic. (Moscow Zoo/Newsflash)

Honey Badgers’ Sweet Playfight Delights Fans

Pair of playful honey badgers put on their own brock and roll show for charmed fans at their zoo in Russia. Neo and Trinity - named after characters from the…

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