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A 'rare' yellow turtle was captured by forest officials in India's eastern Balasore city. The turtle was first spotted by local residents and handed over to the forest department. Experts said it is possibly an albino mutation of a common turtle.Read more from SBS News
The pick of the world's best flora and fauna photos, including hillstar hummingbirds and one-horned rhinosRead more from the Guardian
The ones in the wild are beautiful.
The ones with human interaction are devastating.
Unfortunately we will never learn to leave them alone!
A Tasmanian father and son were filming seals when they saw a "massive great white shark" and watched it latch onto the front of their boat.Read more from www.abc.net.au
US Coast Guard have helped release two endangered sea turtles, named Emma and Bubbles, off the coast of Florida into the wild. The turtles were rescued in June and rehabilitated at the Turtle Hospital in Marathon.Read more from SBS News
Pretty starlings in Kenya
Male bison in Yellowstone National Park can weigh 2,000 pounds, so when two of them clash it can be an earth-shaking event.Read more from For The Win
The world's oldest panda in captivity, Xinxing, is celebrating her 38th birthday. Her age is comparable to a human age of about 110 to 140 years old. There are less than 30 pandas in captivity at an age of over 30. Xinxing has given birth to ten baby pandas.Read more from SBS News
Scientists hope to use the 10 harvested eggs to create viable embryos that will be transferred into surrogates from another rhino subspecies.Read more from www.abc.net.au