Read more about the article Male Penguin Steals Stones From Other Nest To Impress Female Before Two Fight
Penguin steals stone from nest of another penguin on Galindez Island, Antarctica in undated photo. The National Antarctic Scientific Center sent biologist Marta Dzyndra and other Ukrainian scientists for the 27th Ukrainian Antarctic Expedition on the Vernadsky Research Base. (Marta Dzyndra/Newsflash)

Male Penguin Steals Stones From Other Nest To Impress Female Before Two Fight

Footage shows a male penguin stealing a pebble from another male to impress a female, with other images showing two penguins having a fight as mating season gets into full…

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Read more about the article USD 215 Million Compo Fund For Hitlers Victims Closed
Claims Committee Chairman Sir Franklin Berman takes the lectern – a view to the audience. Reception in honor of the Claims Committee held at the Austrian Parliament on 4 April 2017. (Parlamentsdirektion, Johannes Zinner/Newsflash)

USD 215 Million Compo Fund For Hitlers Victims Closed

A programme that handed out USD 215 million in compensation to victims of Nazi plunder in World War II has closed in Austria, the birthplace of Adolf Hitler. Trustees of…

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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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Read more about the article Guide Dog Sets New Record With Litter Of 16 Puppies
A three-year-old German Shepherd in the care of Guide Dogs has birthed 16 puppies, setting a new record for the charity’s 60-year-old breeding programme in November 2021 at Guide Dogs UK.(@GuideDogsUK/Newsflash)

Guide Dog Sets New Record With Litter Of 16 Puppies

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A German Shepherd has set a new record for a 60-year-old Guide Dogs UK breeding programme after delivering 16 puppies. https://youtu.be/SSJ1yJt3ORc @GuideDogsUK/Newsflash The puppies were born at the organisation’s National…

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Read more about the article First Male Jaguar Released In Argie Province Where It Has Been Extinct For 70 Years
Jatobazinho, the first adult male jaguar (Panthera onca) that was released into Ibera Park, in Argentina, pictured in Brazil, after his rescue in 2018. (Rewilding Argentina/Newsflash)

First Male Jaguar Released In Argie Province Where It Has Been Extinct For 70 Years

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This male jaguar has been released in an Argentine province where it has been extinct for 70 years as part of a programme to reintroduce the species into the wild.…

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Read more about the article Letter From Russian Empress Catherine The Great On Importance Of Vaccination Under The Hammer
The portrait of Catherine II, known as Catherine the Great, who was the last reigning Empress of Russia from 1762 until 1796 and the country's longest-ruling female leader. (MacDougall Auctions/Newsflash)

Letter From Russian Empress Catherine The Great On Importance Of Vaccination Under The Hammer

A 1787 letter written by Catherine the Great encouraging a vaccination programme is set to go under the hammer with British auctioneers McDougall's. The letter is part of a lot…

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Read more about the article Adorable King Penguin Chick Which Recently Hatched At Vienna Zoo To Be Presented At Species Conservation Conference
The young king penguin chick that was recently born in the Tiergarten Schonbrunn Zoo in Austria's capital Vienna, and its parents.

Adorable King Penguin Chick Which Recently Hatched At Vienna Zoo To Be Presented At Species Conservation Conference

An adorable little king penguin chick that recently hatched in an Austrian zoo as a part of a conservation programme has emerged from hiding under its parent's soft belly, and…

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