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Latest News from Adopt an Animal

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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Rare Albino Dolphin Spotted Off The Coast Of Florida

Rare Albino Dolphin Spotted Off The Coast Of Florida

According to recent reports, a rare albino dolphin was seen in waters off the coast of Florida. If the reports are to be believed, this would be the first time in nearly fifty years an albino dolphin has been spotted. According to biologists albinism has been confirmed in 20 species, of porpoises, dolphins and whales and there have been only 14 previous sightings of an albino bottlenose dolphin.

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Weddell Seals May Use Earth’s Magnetic Field As GPS

Weddell Seals May Use Earth’s Magnetic Field As GPS

Antarctic seals whilst hunting, may make use of the Earth’s magnetic field which functions as a kind of natural GPS according to the results of a new study. Weddell seals are uniquely adapted biologically speaking to deep dive whilst hunting, but they also have an amazing ability to locate the breathing holes they need on the ice surface.

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Rare Elephant Twins Born At South African Game Reserve

Rare Elephant Twins Born At South African Game Reserve

Last month an elephant in South Africa named Curve and aged 31 delivered a set of twins at the Pongola Game Reserve. The birth left conservationists and experts amazed because they say elephant twins are an incredibly rare occurrence. Scientists at the Kruger National Park say that twins occur in less than 1 per cent of elephant births.

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Why Do Cats Purr?

Why Do Cats Purr?

The results of a new study has revealed the changes to the genome of felines that cause kitty cats to purr for treats and snuggle up to their human owners. Genetic changes have reduced the cat’s fear of new situations and altered their motivation to actively seek out rewards according to Dr. Wesley Warren the co-author of the study.

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