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Animals at Work
Animals at Work, also called Frisky Business, is a British-Canadian children's television series presented by John Barrowman on CBBC., Discovery Channel, and Primo TV.
Trillions of ‘Brood X’ Cicadas Are About to Emerge Across the U.S. to Sing, Mate and Die. Here’s What to Expect...
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This year's 'Brood X' emergence will be full of drama......
Indian jumping ants have ability to shrink brain and re-grow it — study...
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Colony does not perish when queen dies as ‘chosen’ workers shrink brains and expand their ovariesFew species in the animal kingdom can change the size of their brain. Fewer still can change it back to its original size. Now researchers have found the first insect species with that ability: Indian jumping ants.They are like catnip to researchers in the field. In contrast to their cousins, Indian jumping ants colonies do not perish once their queen dies. Instead, “chosen” workers take her place – with expanded ovaries and shrunken brains – to produce offspring. But, if a worker’s “pseudo-queen” status is somehow revoked, their bodies can bounce back, the research suggests. Continue reading.........
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Creature comforts: has the US's emotional support animal epidemic gone too far? – video
, or ESAs, have exploded across the US in recent years, with rising numbers of pet owners getting their
certified online. Unlike in the UK, ESAs have legal status in the US on a tier below traditional service
, but the backlash has begun – with critics complaining the system is being abused by regular pet owners who want to take their
into unsuitable public spaces. The Guardian's Richard Sprenger – animal lover but pet sceptic – meets ESA owners and their
across North America. Continue reading......
Brexit: Gove confirms plans for checks on goods crossing Irish Sea
Minister says checks on
and food products are needed to maintain island of Ireland’s ‘disease-free status’The government has confirmed for the first time that there will be Brexit checks on
and food goods entering Northern Ireland from the rest of the UK from next January.The announcement, detailed in a 23-page document released by the government on Wednesday, comes months after Boris Johnson pledged there would be no checks on trade crossing the Irish Sea – telling businesses that if anyone asked them to fill in new paperwork, they could “throw it in the bin”. Continue reading......
It's Friday, so here's a dog vibin' to Post Malone and Swae Lee
Just a cool pup vibin' to some "Sunflower." There's nothing more to see, but honestly, what else do you want to see? Teddy the Australian Shepherd, or @teddytheaussie623 on Instagram, is giving us mega Friday energy with this beautiful doggo straight-up head bobbing to "Sunflower" by Post Malone and Swae Lee. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Theodore aka Teddy (@teddytheaussie623) on Oct 4, 2019 at 10:20am PDT SEE ALSO: Cat gets petty revenge by pushing another cat in the pool Teddy also clearly enjoys some Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse. This dog has taste all around – a truly cultured canine. Maybe dogs should be the ultimate gatekeepers of bop-hood. Read more...More about
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Canada mourns Takaya – the lone sea wolf whose spirit captured the world
The life – and this week’s sudden death – of the legendary wolf shone a light on the often-strained bond between humans and wild
When Doug Paton burst from his trailer on a warm spring afternoon, he expected to confront yet another stray dog agitating the livestock on his sister’s farm outside Victoria, a city on Canada’s west coast. Instead, standing barefoot in the grass, he found himself face to face with a wolf.“It stopped dead in its tracks and it stared me down,” he says. Then, as quickly as it appeared, the wolf trotted away, pausing once to stare back at Paton before clearing a five-foot metal gate and vanishing. Continue reading......
On World Health Day animal groups calls for ban on 'wet markets'
Scientists suspect the new coronavirus originated in a market where wild
are kept in small cages in unhygienic conditions to be slaughtered on site....
Coronavirus shutdowns an Earth Day 2020 gift to the environment - CNET
With so many humans staying at home to avoid coronavirus, the air is cleaner, the water is clearer and
are growing bold....
'Ghost of Tsushima' will feature black-and-white samurai cinema mode
You’ll have to follow the wind and the wild
to find new places and points of interest in the world of the Ghost of Tsushima. That’s one of the gameplay elements Sucker Punch Productions showcased during Sony’s latest State of Play episode, wh......
Hitting the Books: A fully-connected future means you'll never be alone
Humans may be social
but any introvert will tell you that having too much company can seem even worse than isolation. Yet throughout history, people who enjoy spending time by themselves have been looked upon with a sense of pity. In his late......
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