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Record Number Of Rhinos Poached Last Year

Record Number Of Rhinos Poached Last Year

In 2014, 1,215 rhinos were poached in South Africa setting a new record and representing an increase of 21 per cent over the previous year. To add insult to injury, over two-thirds were killed in the famed Kruger National Park. Over the last few years new records have continuously been set as a result of demand for rhino horns from countries such as Vietnam and China where there is a belief the horns have medicinal properties. As a result the market is very lucrative and has attracted criminal gangs who make use of sophisticated technology to kill their prey.

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Zimbabwe Undertakes Controversial Plan To Export Baby Elephants

Zimbabwe Undertakes Controversial Plan To Export Baby Elephants

Wildlife officials in Zimbabwe say they intend to export as many as 62 baby elephants in order to raise finance for the country’s national parks, where poachers pose a threat to the species as a whole. Despite that fact, animal activists have been very vocal with their disapproval and say they want to know what is really going on.

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Dolphins Have The Longest Memories In The Animal Kingdom

Dolphins Have The Longest Memories In The Animal Kingdom

Move over elephants it would seem the dolphin has the best memory in the animal kingdom according to the latest research. New experiments suggest the bottlenose dolphin has the ability to remember the whistles of other dolphins they have encountered or lived with even after they have been separated for over 20 years. Each dolphin is identified by a unique whistle which acts just like a name, enabling these marine mammals to maintain strong social bonds.

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Diving Can Be Dangerous For Marine Mammals

Diving Can Be Dangerous For Marine Mammals

The Weddell seal has the ability to dive up to 2,000 feet below the surface of the sea. This is astonishing because at that depth, even most submarines would be crushed. Even more impressive is these seals can hold their breaths for up to 45 minutes in the icy waters of Antarctica, but the big question is whether there is any cost in doing so. A new study suggests that the mechanism which allows marine mammals to dive so deeply may in fact not be good for their hearts.

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Bowhead Whale Has 200 Year Lifespan

Bowhead Whale Has 200 Year Lifespan

The bowhead whale has the longest life span of all Earth’s mammals and can live for over 200 years according to the results of a new study. With scant evidence of disease as a result of its age, researchers hope the longevity of the whale can offer some insight into how humans can live longer and healthier lives. The findings of the study were published recently in the journal Cell Reports.

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