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Three Huskies living together in California have started to raise a cat that was rescued as one of their own the owner of the dogs says. The three Siberian Huskies, Miko, Infinity and Lilo have become best of friends with the cat who is named Rosie. Thoa Bui who is the owner of the animals says they do everything together including eating, sleeping and playing.
A big great white shark that was put on display at a Japanese aquarium in a move that was heavily criticised globally on social media died less than three days after the move took place. The Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium stated on its website in red letters that its great white shark exhibit “has been terminated.” The Wall Street Journal reported the shark died citing information provided by one of the exhibit keepers.
Recently a male lion was seen in Kruger National Park with a wire snare that was deeply embedded around his neck. Fortunately for the lion, park rangers tracked it over two days and rescued it. The incident unfortunately highlights the fact that there are many risks animals in the wild face at the hands of poachers in both South Africa and wilderness reserves.
During 2015 as many as eighty fur seals were found either dead or stranded on the coast of California which according to scientists is eight times more than normal. 42 of the seals were found dead and the rest were found half starving but alive said the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
Results of a new study suggest that monkeys perceive visual illusions in much the same way as great apes and humans do. According to the research both humans and monkeys internalise the world in a similar fashion which reflects resemblances in the way these species interpret the world they live in. The study examined rhesus monkeys and capuchin monkeys, finding that both saw the Delbouef illusion in the same way adult humans did.