Meat From Endangered Sharks Found in Dog And Cat Food, Scientists Say

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The silky shark is listed on the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) appendix II. (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/Newsflash)

Scientists claim that meat from endangered sharks is being used in dog food and cat food and that consumers are being misled by incorrectly labelled products that list their meat…

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Man Who Murdered Nurse In Nazi Concentration Camp Bunker Jailed For 12 Years After Judge Sees No Maliciousness

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Bianca Simon, 26, and suspect identified as Kurt L. from the German city of Oranienburg.

A jealous ex-boyfriend who used a chisel to fatally stab a young nurse and mum-of-one in a Nazi concentration camp bunker in Germany has been jailed for just 12 and…

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Decade Long Survey Finds Climate Change Is Pushing Isolate Reefs To Brink Of Collapse

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The Global Reef Expedition mission to the Chagos Archipelago in 2015 allowed an international team of scientists to study some of the most remote and undisturbed coral reefs in the world. (Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation,Phil Renaud/Newsflash)

A 10-year survey that studied coral reefs across the globe found that climate change and overfishing have pushed even the most isolated reefs to the brink. Researchers, who studied over…

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Canadian Man Saves Six Beached Whales By Slowly Inching Them Into Sea Over Several Hours

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Ryan Collier, a resource enforcement officer of the Fisheries, Forestry, and Agriculture Department of Newfoundland and Labrador assisted in the release of seven beached whales near Embree, Canada, on September 22nd, 2021.

These images show how a Canadian wildlife officer single-handedly saved six beached whales by pushing them inch by inch back into the sea over the course of several hours. Ryan…

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Company Invents Supermarket Trolley Disinfection Booths

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The disinfection booth a company has invented that could soon be used in supermarkets everywhere to help fight the spread of the coronavirus

A disinfection booth that sterilises shopping trolleys and seemingly the people pushing them could soon be used in supermarkets after it was developed by a French company to help fight…

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