The lives of millions of little chickens will be spared every year thanks to new technology determining their gender before they hatch.
Sleeping hummingbird snores just like your partner
Have you ever heard a hummingbird snoring? Well, the noise is way more bothersome than your partner’s nocturnal rumblings.
Peruvian scientist shot a hummingbird sleeping, or better, snoring. Exactly like humans, these extraordinary birds produce sounds, such as snoring when they sleep heavy. The noise is even more annoying than that of humans. The video has been broadcasted by the TV programme Super Cute Animals of the British channel BBC One.
The sighting of Sampal off the coast of South Korea confirms that reintroduced dolphins can survive, breed and have a family.
Small pets flying with Delta Air Lines will no longer be locked in the cargo hold: they will be allowed in the cabin with their owners.
The city’s move is aimed to crack down on pet shops that sell animals form commercial breeders and promote adoptions from shelters.
Pet bereavement days are not required by law, but an increasing number of companies are offering days off to their employees to grieve the loss of a pet.
Joao Pereira de Souza ha salvato questo pinguino nel 2011. Da quel momento Dindim torna ogni anno a passare l’estate dal pescatore. Cosa dimostra questa storia?
On Aoshima Island, Japan, cats rule, not humans. Here’s the incredible photo feature by Thomas Peter for Reuters.
Lo sostiene un nuovo studio condotto dagli scienziati dell’Università di Calgary e della Uc Davis che “smonta” una credenza molto diffusa.
La foto scattata nel Queensland, in Australia, ritrae un canguro che abbraccia la compagna senza vita. Diverse però le possibili chiavi di lettura.