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Time was running out for Asiwa, a Rothschild's giraffe in western Kenya. Rising lake levels had left her stranded on an island in Lake Baringo, and she needed to be rescued.Read more from edition.cnn.com
Alan was a lonely duckling when Zelda took him under her paw, and the pair are now inseparable at their home in Albany on WA's south coast.Read more from www.abc.net.au
Researchers have discovered that long-finned pilot whales can mimic the calls of their predators, which may help them to stay alive while they stealthily scavenge.Read more from www.abc.net.au
The never ending wonders of nature
This big cat's a total boozehound. A leopard crashed a couple's picnic in South Africa - and made off with a bottle of their wine, wild photos show. "It was definitely a heart-stopper,"...Read more from New York Post
the name of the wine is a nice touch!
A pair of critically endangered orangutans, rescued from smugglers on the Thai-Malaysian border in 2017, have arrived in Indonesia to undergo rehabilitation so they can finally be released back into their native forest habitat.Read more from U.S.
When a trio of beaked whales surfaced off Mexico's Pacific coast, researchers thought they'd found the elusive Perrin's beaked whale, an endangered species that's never been officially sighted alive. But upon closer inspection, the researchers realized they may have stumbled upon something even rarer - a new species of beaked whale altogether.Read more from EcoWatch