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Woman Saves A Scorched And Screaming Koala With The Shirt Off Her Own Back

The koala, already classified as vulnerable by the Red List of Threatened Species is now under more threat by the devastating bush-fires which have already destroyed more than 2.5 million acres of Australia’s east coast. In the midst of the ongoing devastation a woman’s act of bravery had an immensely positive impact on the nation …

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Elephant Rides At Angkor Temples Finally To Be Banned By Cambodia

Every year millions of tourists visit northern Siem Reap in Cambodia to explore the Angkor archaeological complex, the site of numerous temples built between the 9th and 15th centuries. A UNESCO World Heritage site, the park spans 154.44 square miles (400 square kilometers) and many visitors choose to travel the park by elephant to explore …

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Greek Donkeys Are Still Being Forced To Carry Obese Tourists Uphill Despite Ban

It seems unbelievable that on an idyllic island such as Santorini in Greece continues the cruel abuse and mistreatment of donkeys and mules by forcing them to carry tourists on sightseeing trips. In spite of the Greek government passing a law banning passengers weighing more than 100kg (15 stone, 10 pounds) to be transported by …

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This Rescue Puppy Has A Tail Growing Out Of His Forehead

Rescued from the freezing cold is doing well thanks to his rescuers who described him as a ‘magical unicorn’. The unique puppy has a tail growing out of his head, which earned him the name ‘Narwhal’. Mac’s Mission, a Missouri-based rescue organization found the pup last week wandering outside in the freezing weather with another, …

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Pigeon Builds A Nest After Stealing Poppies From A Soldier’s Grave

Staff at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra realized something strange was going on when poppies from the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier started disappearing in early October. The mystery was solved by a maintenance worker who spotted the colorful nest of poppies in an alcove next to a stained glass window depicting a wounded …

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Adorable Clip: Watch As A Wild Beluga Whale Plays Fetch With Rugby Fans

The World Cup may have ended last weekend but Rugby fever is still alive and well. And it would appear that it is not just limited to humans, either, as at least one spunky beluga whale in the South Pole seems to have caught it too. The whale has been filmed playing ‘fetch’ with with an official …

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This 9-year-Old “Sells” His Custom Pet Paintings For Food and Supplies For Animal Shelters

  Pavel Abramov from the city of Arzamas in Russia, is a nine year-old young man on a mission to help stray and abandoned animals. When his family lost their dog, Barsik, Pavel was determined to help relieve the suffering of animals and joined the local animal shelter as a volunteer. Pavel and his mom …

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The Oldest Dairy Farm In California Is Now Growing Almonds Instead

You can now support EIC on PATREON   The Giacomazzi Dairy farm in California, the oldest dairy farm west of the Rocky Mountains, is closing the dairy operation and will instead focus on growing almonds. According to owner Dino Giacomazzi, due to its age, the farm just isn’t efficient anymore and rather than modernizing the …

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Barn owl killed by sky lantern as RSPCA warn people not to use them

You can now support EIC on PATREON   Sky lanterns are beautiful, but with their pretty, glowing light as they drift off into the air comes a rather grave truth – they are terrible for nature. These seemingly harmless sky lights are sold all over the world, with around 200,000 per year being sold in …

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