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Baby Deer Refuse To Leave The Human Who Saved Her Life

Published in Odd and Fun on 20th September 2017

Darius Sasnauskas had the opportunity to witness a deer giving birth to two newborns. It existed right in his backyard which is close to Yellowstone National Park. One of the child deer was injured and quickly grew left behind as she was unable to keep up with her family. It was clear her existence likelihoods […]

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How Serious Is Inbreeding In Show Dogs?

Published in Odd and Fun on 19th September 2017

A German shepherd with a sloping back that was awarded best of engender returned the dog depict Crufts in for this years annual bout of criticism. Sees took to social media to accuse the owner of swine savagery by suggesting that its unique influence signified the dog must lose health problems brought on by inbreeding […]

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Person Find A Baby Having Trouble Cracking Out Of Its Shell. What He Realizes Next Is Shocking …

Published in Odd and Fun on 15th September 2017

There was an issue with one hatchling turtle breaking out of his egg. The struggle ogled odd to Garden State Tortoise founder, Chris Leone, but he soon realized what was going on. There are really two children in one egg! Leone had to intervene, although there are usually he does not. He shared what he […]

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They Craved To Know What Made A Rattlesnake Rattle, So They Cut It Open

Published in Odd and Fun on 5th September 2017

Rattlesnakes are considered some of the most sophisticated creatures in the world, and they have the tushes to support it. Scientists conceive these defense mechanisms to be highly sophisticated warning signals, which builds rattlesnakes uniquely scaring. It’s a one-of-a-kind peculiarity that not many people understand, so let’s take a closer look at what’s really going […]

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African forest elephants may face extinction sooner than speculation: investigate

Published in Odd and Fun on 4th August 2017

New study detects poaching has helped shrivel person by 60% since 2002 and eventually may be responsible for eradicating one of the largest creatures left Forest-dwelling elephants are likely to face extinction far more quickly than previously expected because their sluggish reproduction rate cannot keep pace with raging poaching and habitat loss, a new analyse […]

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The dogs of the Iditarod: powering sled squads on snow and social media

Published in Odd and Fun on 3rd August 2017

Mushing in the Super Bowl of dog-sledding doesnt come cheap, so patrons are key and keeping pace with Facebook and Instagram is the best acces to reach them The world of professional long-distance hound mushing is bumpy, soiled and staunchly analog. Many of the 85 or so mushers who left this city to begin the […]

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China’s ‘extinct’ dolphin may have returned to Yangtze river, reply conservationists

Published in Odd and Fun on 2nd August 2017

Amateur expedition team demands it recognise the baiji known as the goddess of the Yangtze in a strain of Asias longest river Chinese conservationists believe they may have caught a rare glimpse of a freshwater dolphin that was declared functionally extinct ten years ago having mercy the Yangtze river for 20 million years. Scientists and […]

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Born to be wild: the newborn pandas destined for freedom

Published in Odd and Fun on 27th July 2017

Most pandas born in confinement in China waste their lives there. But a few are being prepared for a move to the mountains. These videos by Ami Vitale demo the the efforts of the keepers looking after those destined for both zoos and the wildernes. By Kate Carter Pandas: cute, but sexually inept and bamboozled […]

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New the risk to public property endanger America’s unique wildlife passageways

Published in Odd and Fun on 21st July 2017

Mule deer, pronghorn and other swine rely on unbroken movement streets for nutrient and survival, a requisite now in jeopardy as Trump pushes for development The life of a Wyoming mule deer is a tough one. In ordering to subsist, thousands of the deer undertake an arduous 150 -mile migration twice a year to find […]

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Tiger Population on the Rise After 100 Years Thanks to the Actions of Local Tribes

Published in Odd and Fun on 20th July 2017

It should come as no surprise to anyone at this point that tigers are an endangered species, but what may met as something of a shocker is that the population is actually are now beginning to make a comeback for the first time in around 100 times! To help protect the species there’s been areas […]

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