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Circus debate: Should wild animals be banned from UK circuses?

Following the news on Friday November 7 that the proposed ban on wild animals in UK circuses has been blocked for the third time we asked two leading politicians, one from each side of the debate, to put their side across; Conservative MP Andrew Rosindell, who blocked the Bill on October 17, and former Defra Minister and Labour MP Jim Fitzpatrick who proposed the Bill.

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When thinking about where a new frog species might be discovered, the dense rainforests of Papua New Guinea, the humid jungles of Central Africa or other equally remote and tropical destinations instantly come to mind. But surprisingly, the latest new frog species to have been discovered has been found in the urban jungle of New York City and surrounding coastal areas. 


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news/2010_jan/The_northern_white_rhino_called_Suni Northern White Rhino on brink of extinction
The death of a Northern White Rhino has left the species on the brink of extinction as now only six remain in the world, and just one breeding male.
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Every week we will feature a reader photo on our home page. The congratulations this week goes to Jon Isaacs for his capture of a leopard taking a cat nap after a successful kill.

 

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