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India has an eco-bridge for reptiles, animals
A bridge for reptiles may sound uncanny but the Uttarakhand Forest Department has built a first-of-its-kind elevated eco-bridge across a busy highway in Ramnagar forest division so that reptiles trying to cross over are not crushed under traffic.
Egypt replaces animals with electric vehicles in tourism
The Egyptian Ministry of Tourism announces its intention to use electric buses for the transport of visitors to the main tourist sites and archeological areas of the country.
Indian couple ties knot, 500 stray animals get wedding treat
Recently, a couple in the Indian state of Odisha decided to have a unique wedding celebration. Instead of hosting a feast for friends and family, they arranged a special treat for nearly 500 stray animals to celebrate their big day. Social media users in India shared a news report, congratulating the couple.
France to ban use of wild animals in circuses
France will gradually ban the use of wild animals in circuses, phase out orca and dolphin shows and will ban mink farming for fur, the environment minister said.
Race to rescue animals as Brazilian wetlands burn
Wildlife guide Eduarda Fernandes steers a speedboat up the Piquiri River in western Brazil, scanning the horizon for jaguars wounded in the wildfires ripping through the Pantanal, the world's biggest tropical wetlands.
About three billion animals harmed in Australian bushfires, WWF says
Nearly three billion koalas, kangaroos and other native Australian animals were killed or displaced by bushfires in 2019 and 2020, a study by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) said, triple the group’s earlier estimates.
Millions of animals trafficked from Amazon annually: Report
Millions of wild animals are trafficked within and out of Brazil every year, a new report has found, with its authors warning that a lack of good quality data means the country’s illegal wildlife trade is not taken seriously enough, with grave consequences for biodiversity.
Testing vaccines without laboratory animals
The quality of vaccines is still often tested by using laboratory animals. That has to change, according to researchers from Leiden University and the vaccinological institute Intravacc, Netherlands.
Mosquitoes may evolve to favor humans over animals
More species of mosquito may evolve to bite humans instead of other animals and spread disease because of urbanization, according to a scientific study.
Evolution of pandemic coronavirus outlines path from animals to humans
A team of scientists studying the origin of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that has caused the COVID-19 pandemic, found that it was especially well-suited to jump from animals to humans by shapeshifting as it gained the ability to infect human cells.
EU's live export trade puts welfare of millions of animals at risk: Report
The welfare of millions of cattle, sheep and goats exported from the EU is being put at risk by failings including heat stress, bad planning and a lack of information from the destination country, a new European commission report has found.
Wild animals enjoy freedom of a quieter world
Coronavirus lockdowns globally have given parts of the natural world a rare opportunity to experience life with hardly any humans around.
North Carolina farm renting out animals to crash Zoom meetings
A North Carolina farm is offering to spice up Zoom meetings during the COVID-19 pandemic by renting out animals including a miniature donkey to participate in the teleconferences.
Thousands of veggies airdropped for animals affected by Australia fires
Thousands of vegetables have been dropped from helicopters to help hungry animals affected by bushfires in the Blue Mountains National Park, to the west of Sydney.
Could relatives of measles virus jump from animals to us?
We've seen recent spikes in measles infections. Some European countries, including the UK, lost their measles-free status and many developing countries, especially parts of Africa, Asia and Oceania are seeing frequent outbreaks, BBC reported.

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