Category: Animals

Hollywood Legend Leonardo DiCaprio Hails The Rewilding Of Bison In The UK

By Simona Kitanovska Hollywood legend Leonardo DiCaprio has hailed the rewilding of bison in the U.K. despite eating the animals’ raw liver while filming his Oscar-winning movie, The Revenant. The global star took to social media to share his appreciation for the scheme at West Blean and Thornden Woods between Canterbury and Herne Bay in

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Grooms Can Now Have Bachelor Parties With Their Dogs

By Simona Kitanovska Animal-loving grooms can enjoy a boozy ‘pup crawl’ with pals before their wedding day – with the world’s first bachelor party for dogs. Revelers can pay for a weekend of dog-friendly games and activities including obstacle courses, doggy-paddleboarding, paw golf, and even canine yoga. Dozens of venues in Newcastle, England, in the

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Dog Owners Have A ‘Bucket List’ Of Shared Experiences With Their Pets

By Simona Kitanovska Half of British dog owners have a ‘bucket list’ of memorable experiences they dream of sharing with their pet, including hiking up mountains, swimming in the sea and camping under the stars. Exploring a new city, paddleboarding, kayaking, and even skateboarding are other activities they are keen to experience together with their

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Whale Meet Again: How Scientists Track Ocean Giants Thanks To The Water Wide Web

By Alice Amelia Thomas Marine scientists have revealed how they can track whale movement through the oceans using spare fiber optic cables to eavesdrop on them. Individual hydrophones, or underwater microphones, had previously been used to track the large mammals as they traveled across the world’s seas. But the cost and their geographic limitations made

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Music To Their Ears: Playing Classical Music To Injured Mice Can Help Ease Their Pain, Study Finds

By Darko Manevski Scientists have discovered how different sounds can blunt pain in mice after playing classical music to injured rodents. They say the work could lead to safer treatments of pain in humans that rely less on opioids. Studies dating back to the 1960s have shown that music and other sounds can help reduce

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