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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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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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Acidifying Oceans Affect Sharks in Strange Way

Acidifying Oceans Affect Sharks in Strange Way

A new study suggests that acidified ocean water produced by carbon emissions is causing sharks to swim much longer compared to when they swim in more typical less acidic water, especially during the night time.

The findings of the study are particularly worrisome considering the effects of fossil fuel consumption by human beings will only serve to make ocean water more acidic. If the consumption of fossil fuels continues, sharks and other marine species are going to face even more challenges in the future, particularly when nearly 25 per cent of all shark species are already at risk of extinction.

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Dog Refuses To Leave Dead Owners Side

Dog Refuses To Leave Dead Owners Side

It is often said that a dog is man’s best friend, and here is a story that illustrates that saying. Recently a dog refused to be parted from his dead owners side and stayed by his grave for over two weeks in Chennai India.

Tommy the dog became heartbroken after his owner Bhaskar Shri died in a car accident on August 2nd. Bhaskar adopted Tommy five years ago and since then, the pair became inseparable. According to Bhaskar’s mother, Tommy used to accompany Bhaskar to the various construction sites where he used to work.

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Chinese Zoo Welcomes Rare Birth Of Panda Triplets

Chinese Zoo Welcomes Rare Birth Of Panda Triplets

A southern Chinese Zoo has celebrated the extremely rare birth of surviving panda triplets which is the first time this has ever happened.

The triplets were born to a mother named Juxio and arrived on July 29th but the Chimelong Safari Park where the triplets were born only announced the birth on August 13th because they were worried the triplets may not survive. Panda cubs have very high rates of mortality the zoo said in a statement.

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