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The rare footage shows the whales creating bubble nets to capture their prey as they continue their journey to Antarctica.Read more from www.abc.net.au
Yes they're, from afar!
Photographer Felix Rome shares how he was able to take photos of giraffes, hippos, and lions in Kenya's Masai Mara.Read more from CNN
Two Canberra men took an early morning dip in Lake Burley Griffin, to help a "shivering" kangaroo back onto dry land.Read more from www.abc.net.au
Those pictures are brilliant!
ROME (AP) - Rome has been invaded by Gauls, Visigoths and vandals over the centuries, but the Eternal City is now grappling with a rampaging force of an entirely different sort: rubbish-seeking wild boars.Read more from AP NEWS
A seismology expert says animals feel the "first wave" of an earthquake before humans, which is why some of them give the impression they "know" something is happening.Read more from www.abc.net.au
Big boy Otis emerges as the winner of 'fat bear week', a voting competition run by Alaska's Katmai National Park to see which bear looks like it's gained the most weight ahead of hibernation.Read more from www.abc.net.au
I've been watching these bears fish daily on Youtube. Fascinating and "Otis" is not alone in stature. They are typically 7 to 10 feet long. In the fall, when at their heaviest just before hibernation, males can weigh a whopping 900 pounds! Females tend to weigh between 300 and 600 pounds. Despite their enormous size, brown bears are extremely fast--they've been clocked running at 30 miles per hour
Rare sightings of the world's largest sea turtles off the Bundaberg coast gives researchers hope they will breed here for the first time in 25 years.Read more from www.abc.net.au