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Choose from our UK charities below then pick which animal you would like to support. Your selected charity will keep you up to date with how your animal is doing, as well as providing more general information on how your money is being put to good use. Adopt an animal today and show the world that you are an animal protector.

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Latest News from Adopt an Animal

Robot Helps Scientists Study Wild Penguins

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If we want to understand why wild animals behave the way they do, then studying them is critical. However one problem this raises is what if the passive act of observation ends up changing the way animals behave? Behavioural ecologists have worried about this problem for decades but according to a recently published paper in Nature Methods, there is a clever new technique for collecting data from wild animals without causing them unnecessary stress.

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Orphaned Baby Sea Otter Rescued

Orphaned Baby Sea Otter Rescued

In October a sea otter pup that had been orphaned was rescued from a beach in California. The camera friendly critter has been given a new start in the Midwest of the United States and will be receiving 24 hour care at the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago.

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Meet The Meerkat

Meet The Meerkat

Meerkats are carnivores that are very cat like though they are part of the mongoose and civet family. You can tell a meerkat by its ability to stand on its back feet, their short flat ears and long bodies. The coat of a meerkat can be brown, orange, silver or gold. They also usually have dark patches of fur around their eyes.

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Chimps Are Violent And Its Not Because Of Humans

Violent Aggression in Chimps Not Product Of Human Interference

For decades anthropologists have observed wild chimpanzees go crazy and attack one another through a series of coordinated assaults. Scientists did not know until very recently whether the violent behaviour in chimps was as a result of their interaction with human beings or whether it was part of their basic nature. A study conducted over 54 years suggests that chimpanzees are innately aggressive and the behaviour is not linked to human interference.

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Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About The Gorilla

Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About The Gorilla

The gorilla is a large ape that lives in Africa. There are two types of gorilla. The first sub species lives in the mountain regions located in central Africa and is commonly known as the mountain gorilla. The other subspecies is known as the lowland gorilla and lives in the dense and flat forests of western and central Africa. Whilst both types of gorilla have a lot of similarities, there are also some key differences:

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