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    Meet Africa’s Smallest Cat… And also the deadliest… The Gyra!

    The world’s deadliest cat isn’t a tiger, lion, or puma. It’s not that really mean back-alley cat behind your house, either. It’s this tiny feline fighter called the Gyra! Without a doubt, some of these enormous felines can definitely be deadly. Lions, leopards and cheetahs are all huge cats with quick reflexes and powerful bites. […] More

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    Penguin Jumps on Board Research Boat to Say ‘Hello’

    This cute little penguin jumped on board to say hello to an Australian research crew working in Antarctica! Together with UOW: University of Wollongong, Australia and Australian Antarctic Division the CSIRO is developing new tools to assess the risk of pollution to the environment. The stunning moment was caught by researcher Matthew McKay, and after being shared by Australia’s Commonwealth […] More

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    Feral Kitten With Saddest Eyes Never Knew What Love Was

    Sometimes, we don’t choose our pets — our pets choose us. Such was the case with an adorable kitty named Mami, who happened to have some of the saddest eyes we’ve ever seen. Poor little Mami was found, along with her mom and two brothers, in the dumpster of a high school during the middle […] More

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    How scientists taught monkeys the concept of money. Not long after, the first prostitute monkey appeared

    You may have thought things like currency or money are concepts known solely by man – something which differentiates humans from animals. Some might have a sense of ownership, besides of course territory, but trading and the likes haven’t been observed in any other species besides homo sapiens. However, in 2005, an economist/psychologist duo from […] More

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    Meet Messi, The First Domesticated Puma!

    According to the 2017-2018 National Pet Owners Survey conducted by the American Pet Products Association (APPA), 68% of U.S. households, or about 85 million families, own a pet. Considering that 56% of U.S. households had pets in 1988, which was the first year the survey was conducted, this is a moderate increase. When we think […] More

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