Illegal elephant sales, frog-hunting spiders & a thylacine “sighting”

published 3 years ago by Earth Touch

Dozens of elephants sold illegally to Chinese zoos, experts weigh in on an alleged thylacine sighting, a monkey rediscovered in Brazil after 80 years and signs of Alzheimer's detected in chimp brains for the first time. These stories and more in this week’s recap of nature news!

In this week's roundup dozens of illegal elephants sales a curious koala go shopping we break down that dial is seen siting in a monkey rediscovered after 80 years. Starting in Laos were dozens of elephants are being illegally bought by China to be displayed in zoos and safari parks according to wildlife investigator Carl Amman assembled on the illicit trade earlier this year the only sell for about $30000. Speaking of wild cotton animals a 3 day old baby deer is being sent to a reserve after somebody thought they were help. Answered air. Eve their babies. I rarely. So it's important to leave them. Off to Atlanta where chan take the ring into. Sting with primates ...

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