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Latest News from Adopt an Animal

It Takes 21 Seconds On Average For Mammals To Pee

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The bladder of an elephant can hold almost 18 litres of fluid but the elephant has the remarkable ability to pee just as fast as a cat. According to the results of a new study, most mammals greater in size than rats take the same amount of time to urinate, for approximately 21 seconds. This […]

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Highland Zoo Welcomes Litter Of Six Pallas’s Kittens

Highland Zoo Welcomes Litter Of Six Pallas’s Kittens

Recently at a Scottish Zoo, there were six rare kittens that were born whose first steps outside the nest box were caught by hidden cameras.

The baby Pallas’s cats look a little like Persian cats however they are more suited to the mountainous parts of central Asia.

Highland Wildlife Park’s new additions are just under three months old. Though handlers have still not been able to capture up close images of the new offspring, cameras positioned both inside and outside of the nest box have captures images of the kitten’s playing and exploring their home.

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Dogs Are Not Quite Colour Blind

Dogs Are Not Quite Colour Blind

Despite what you may have heard in the past, the vision of a dog is not simply black and white. In fact dogs just like their human owners have multi coloured vision. The only difference is they cannot see as many different colours as their handlers. The reason for this is because the retina of a dog has only two types of colour detecting cells (cones).

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Chimps Love Indian And African Music

Chimps Love Indian And African Music

If you are ever in a record store and you come across a group of chimpanzees you may well find them huddles around the Classical Indian section according to a study which tested the musical taste of mankind’s cousin.

The study found that whilst chimpanzees preferred to avoid the strong beats that are associated with western music they did like Akan tunes from West Africa and Indian ragas.

The study co author Frans de Wall of Emory University said the objective was not to find a preference for different cultures’ music however the researchers used music from Japan India and Africa to see the response of primates to specific acoustic characteristics.

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The Weird Mating Habits of The Koala Bear

The Weird Mating Habits of The Koala Bear

Koalas live a pretty idyllic life and spend up to 22 hours a day sleeping, so the obvious question becomes how on earth do they reproduce?
Koalas are solitary animals that can be found throughout the eucalypt woodlands of Australia. Each bear sets up home in an area that can range to just a few acres or in some cases hundreds of acres. Koala bears rarely run in to each other and on the odd occasion when two territorial males cross each other’s pass things can get kind of ugly.

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