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Ol Pejeta was my neighbour and the Rhino project was started by a man who was a member of the board of my company and a good friend. So I know the project inside out and hope for success!
Change is necessary to live and survive................an inspiring video created by me!!!
This is a sad one.
A pet male emu in WA's south continues to brood on an empty nest each year, despite his mate dying two years ago.Read more from www.abc.net.au
this one is sad too
On a happier note...
A Birdlife Australia volunteer made a 1,000km round trip to replace the nesting boxes for the peregrine falcons at 367 Collins St, just in time for their breeding season.Read more from www.abc.net.au
A US journalist's pronunciation of emu in a report about a runaway bird has outraged Australians - but it turns out the word may be derived from an old Arabic term and Americans can pronounce it how they please.Read more from www.abc.net.au
Researchers are reviewing everything they know about the nomadic habits of flying foxes after making a stunning discovery about the huge distances distance the creatures can travel.Read more from www.abc.net.au
Weirder is hard to find.
Tardigrades (), known colloquially as water bears or moss piglets, are a phylum of water-dwelling eight-legged segmented micro-animals. They were first described by the German zoologist Johann August Ephraim Goeze in 1773, who called them little water bears. In 1777, the Italian biologist Lazzaro Spallanzani named them Tardigrada, which means "slow...Read more from en.m.wikipedia.org
and there goes another weirdo
A blackmouth catshark found near Sardinia in the Mediterranean without skin or teeth, which did not seem bothered by those facts.