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Rare Dolphin Spotted Using Its Mouth To Breathe

Rare Dolphin Spotted Using Its Mouth To Breathe

Amongst the cutest mammals in the world is without a doubt is the dolphin. This species is famous for both its friendly nature towards humans as well as its calming look. Recent reports have indicated that one particular dolphin does not use its blowhole but instead use its mouths to inhale. The blowhole is located on the top of the dolphin’s head and is considered to be the nose of the species. It is used to help exhale and until recently was also thought to be used to inhale when they surface.

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Elephant Who Never Forgot Her Human Helpers Amazes Them

Elephant Who Never Forgot Her Human Helpers Amazes Them

Staff at an animal sanctuary in Kenya were surprised by a newly born elephant calf whose mother brought her there just after she gave birth. Galana the elephant was raised at a sanctuary managed by the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust for seven years. Galana had been discovered weak and fragile all alone in the Kenyan Bush. In 2011 the Trust came to the conclusion that Galana was ready to be released back into the wild where she could lead a normal life like the rest of her species.

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Giant Panda No Longer Considered An Endangered Species

Chinese Zoo Welcomes Rare Birth Of Panda Triplets

A leading global conservation group has removed the giant panda from its endangered species list as a result of decades of panda protection. Despite that fact, China voiced its disagreement with the decision, saying that it did not view the panda’s status as being any less serious. The giant panda is a national symbol in China that is beloved by the people of that country.

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Female Rhino Attacked And Killed By Males For Refusing To Mate

Kenya Raises The Stakes In The Fight Against Poaching

A female rhino was killed by two male rhinos who attacked her following her refusal to mate with either of them. The unfortunate incident occurred at the Jaldapara National Park in the Indian state of West Bengal. The state is very well known for its large population of one-horned rhinos. According to news reports, the female had apparently lost her calf just a few days before the attack and was wandering across a part of the park when the two bulls attempted to run her off their territory.

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Tiger Queen Dies In India

Tiger Poaching On The Rise

Wildlife officials in India say the country’s most famous tiger, a 19 year old named Machli has died. The tigress was known as the Queen of Ranthambore, has been described as one of the most photographed wild tigers in the world. Machli was easily recognisable due to the distinctive fish shaped markings she had on the left side of her face. She was the star of many documentaries and amazed the internet when she fought a 14-foot crocodile and killed it.

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