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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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news/2010_jan/Saama_the_elephant Campaign for temple elephant Saama gathers momentum
A social media campaign asking for the release of the temple elephant Saama from the Alan Mathiniyaramaya Temple in Colombo, Sri Lanka has been growing in strength and numbers over the last few weeks.
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news/brydes-whale Possible new whale species could be the world's most endangered
A new species of whale may have been discovered off the coast of Florida. Scientists previously thought that the group of around 50 whales living in DeSoto Canyon in the Gulf of Mexico were a species of Bryde’s Whale.
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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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