Ocelot Kitten Tries Out Its Climbing Skills

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The adorable ocelot cub that took its first steps in Leipzig Zoo's rainforest in Germany, after it was born in May 2022. (Zoo Leipzig/Newsflash)

This is the moment an adorable ocelot cub gets to grips with the climbing skills it will need when it grows up. The weeks-old youngster was filmed by keepers as…

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Scientists Say Tundra Could Be Lost In 30 Years As Trees Take Over

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Aerial photo of open Northern forest on the Taymyr Peninsula, Siberia, (proximity of the river Chatanga), consisting of larches. In some parts of this area the trees are growing in dense formations, in others one can see just very few trees. (Stefan Kruse/Newsflash)

The unique vegetation of the tundra could disappear by the year 2050 if no substantial reduction of global warming is achieved, scientists have warned. Experts at the Alfred Wegener Institute’s…

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Mummified Remains Of Italian Woman Found Still Sitting On Kitchen Chair Two Years After She Died

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Mummified remains have been found of the 70-year-old woman Marinella Beretta sitting at a table more than two years after she passed away in Como, Italy. (Newsflash)

The mummified remains of an Italian woman have been found by police still sitting on the kitchen chair where she died over two years ago. The mortal remains were found…

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Swiss Zoo Gifts Leftover Christmas Trees To Animals For Food And Stimulation

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A vicuna nibbling on a Christmas tree at the Zurich Zoo in Switzerland in January 2022. (Zoo Zurich, Dominik Ryser/Newsflash)

A Swiss zoo is using all the unpurchased Christmas trees in the area to gift to their animals so they can nibble on the needles and use the trunks to…

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Ancient Ancestor From Africas Cradle Of Humankind Is Missing-Link Species That Could Walk Upright And Climb Trees Like Ape

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Australopithecus sediba silhouette showing the newly-found vertebrae along with other skeletal remains from the species. (CENIEH/Newsflash)

An international team of scientists has confirmed that this ancient ancestor of humans from nearly two million years ago that was unearthed in Africa's Cradle of Humankind is a missing-link…

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Forest Removed From Footie Stadium As Winter Sets In

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Klaus Littmann "FOR FOREST - The Unmatched Attraction of Nature", Art intervention 2019, Worthersee Stadium Klagenfurt, Austria

The hugely successful art installation which saw dozens of trees planted inside an Austrian football stadium is being moved out of the arena as the cold winter sets in. The…

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