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Tourists Sneak Into a Zoo by Wall Climbing

They really, really want to see the animals.

A student acts as a slaughtered pig during a performance art activity to promote animal protection in Changchun of Jilin Province, northeast China.

Chinese Group Livestreams Slaughter of Wild Animals for Donations

A Chinese group has irked animal rights activists for broadcasting the slaughter of wild animals for cash donations.

Ivory Trade

Large Herbivores Face Extinction, Could Result to 'Empty Landscapes'

Large herbivores face the risk of extinction, a phenomenon that could create sad 'empty landscape' scenes across the world.

Sunset

Colors Regulate Animals' Internal Clocks, Study Reveals

The animals' physiology and habits are also modified according to the time of day.

Sunset

Colors Regulate Animals' Internal Clocks, Study Reveals

The animals' physiology and habits are also modified according to the time of day.

Golden-winged warblers

Golden-winged Warblers can Sense Unseen Tornadoes and Hurricanes

A theory says the bird can somehow hear the infrasound (or a low-frequency noise) created by storms.

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Very Low Levels of Oxygen Slowed Evolution of Complex Life on Earth

The study claims to provide the first evidence that oxygen levels in the earliest period were incredibly low enough to prevent the rise of animals.

Maroon 5's Vew Music Video for "Animals" Slammed by Fans and Rape Victim groups

The latest music video of Maroon 5 featuring the husband and wife frontman Adam Levine and Victoria's Secret Supermodel Behati Prinsloo has been slammed not only by rape victim groups but also the fans of the band.

Limb Regeneration in Vertebrates Started 300 Million Years Ago

Limb generation isn't a new thing in amphibians.

Iguana

Gov’t Expert Urges Nicaraguans to Consider Raising Iguanas for Food

A government expert is advising Nicaraguans to try raising and eating iguanas.

Meerkat mom with her three newborns

Man and Animals Make Similar Parents

Researchers from the Yerkes National Primate Research Center published a study on Thursday that said animal and human parenting share numerous nervous system mechanisms. A better understanding of the systems could result in better social development that would benefit the future generations of animals and man to come.

A Tokay gecko hanging upside-down on glass

The Secret to Gecko Stickiness: Toe Hairs

Oregon researchers say geckos don't really stick to surfaces.

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