Red list: ash trees and antelopes on the brink of extinction

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Scientists warn once-common species are disappearing faster than they can be counted as North Americas ash trees join IUCNs list of endangered species due to threat of an invasive beetle Native ash trees, abundant across North America, are on the brink of extinction as an invasive beetle ravages forests, according to the new red list […]


28 Dog And Cat Species That You Had No Idea Existed

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Pretty much everyone loves puppies and cats, which is why you can find at least one of the two in most households. They are so common, in fact, that upwards of 47 percent of Americans have puppies, and 37 percentage have cats. By this phase, “youre supposed to” feel like you’ve seen them all, right? […]


Cat calendar featuring Russian orthodox clergymen runs viral

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Bearded clerics attain rare foray into pop culture to pose with their pets for a glossy 2016 calendar A calendar featuring Russian Orthodox priests posing at home with their feline pets has gone viral in Russia. Priest+ Cat is published by an association of Christian artists, who commissioned a photographer to capture 12 smiling clergymen […]


Rare Footage Captures America’s Only Known Wild Jaguar

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In the Santa Rita Mountains outside of Tucson, Arizona, wanders a lonely and unlikely predator. His name is El Jefe, Spanish for “the boss” — and he is America’s merely known wild jaguar. While scientists have been tracking the animal for about three years, the big cat is inducing his video debut after the nonprofits […]


Cat Born Without Front Legs Hops Around Like A Bunny…Right Into Our Hearts!

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Meet Lil’ Bunny Sue Roux, or as she’s better known to her friends, Roux. The adorably friendly feline was born with a rare condition called transverse terminal hemimelia, which caused her to be born without front legs. Being the awesome kitty she is, however, Roux hasn’t let her disability slacken her down one bit. In […]