Fighting Zika with bats, red apes in trouble & a spine-chilling elephant attack

published 4 years ago by Earth Touch

A rare primate in Borneo lands up on the IUCN's critically endangered list, Thailand moves to ban tiger breeding in private zoos, how a US town is preventing a Zika outbreak using mosquito-munching bats and a stranded whale calf rescued in Canada.

3 Seveso Iran intends in trouble quick thinking saves a stranded newborn beluga whale how U. S. town is using bass to prevent a Zeke outbreak in an angry elephant Rexha safari vehicle starting off in Canada where a stranded newborn whale has survived it's our deal thanks to some quick thinking rescuers space sickness some important rules like not taking self is with the animal the family the found the tiny beluga was able to keep the cavs safe until experts arrive to help after Vince dean the infant fit for relocation and was released into a preselected pod in the 14 a Reagan 10 has just been declared critically endangered in a new assessment by the I. U. C. N. this means that the species now faces an extremely high risk of extinction in the wild hunting and habitat loss are to blame for primates declining numbers. The rate of 10 ...

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