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Photos from Indrayana This week, the world’s only known albino orangutan was returned to the wild in Indonesia. Making the momentous occasion even better, Alba, who was rescued more than one year ago from a cage where she was being kept as a pet by villagers in Central Kalimantan, was joined by fellow rescued orangutan, Kika. […]
The post Breaking! Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation’s Release Of Rare Albino Primate Brings Total To 386 Returned To The Wild appeared first on World Animal News.
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Photos of six of the nine suspects from Panama City News Herald An unfathomable case of animal cruelty has resulted in the arrest of nine people after a year-long investigation into the baiting, trapping, and mauling of bears in various parts of Florida, including the Ocala National Forest. The alleged perpetrators who reportedly used doughnuts […]
The post Breaking! 9 Suspects Arrested For Using Trained Dogs To Illegally Bait, Trap, & Maul Black Bears In Florida appeared first on World Animal News.
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The New Covent Garden Market was spoilt for choice when it came to giving an overview of floral Christmas designs shared by f
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Farmers in the Mekong Delta are now focusing on flower and ornamental plant care for the Tet holiday which will fall in early
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New research has discovered how plant roots sense the availability of moisture in soil and then adapt their shape to optimise acquisition of water.
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A new study of interbreeding between two species of howler monkeys in Mexico is yielding insights into the forces that drive the evolution of new species.
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Amateur astronomer Rick Johnson undertook the monumental task of building his own observatory and compiling a catalog of objects he has observed.
The post Astronomical Work for an Amateur’s Catalog appeared first on Sky & Telescope.
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In astronomy news this week, astronomers announce the most distant solar system object discovered to date and estimate the limited lifetime of Saturn's spectacular rings.
The post 60-second Astro News: Most Distant Solar System Object & Saturn’s Disappearing Rings appeared first on Sky & Telescope.
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Rural hospitals close when they don't have enough paying patients to care for, but they're also dinged when the same patients show up over and over again. That puts outlying medical facilities in the precarious position of needing to avoid repeat customers. Charlotte Potts is the type of patient some hospitals try to avoid. She lives in Livingston, Tenn. — a town of 4,000, tucked between rolling hills of the Cumberland Plateau. "I've only had five heart attacks," Potts says with a laugh. "I've had carotid artery surgery. Shall we go on? Just a few minor things." She jokes that she's "a walking stent." The heart trouble has affected the way Potts deals with her health problems. She spends much of her day in a recliner in her apartment, tethered to a pulsing oxygen machine, and listening to the radio. Fortunately, her apartment sits within spitting distance of Livingston Regional Hospital
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