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ZIMBABWE DEFENDS EXPORT OF ELEPHANTS

ZIMBABWE DEFENDS EXPORT OF ELEPHANTS


Victoria Falls Anti Poaching Unit 2014 Summary Report 2014.

To start off, we would like to wish each and every one of our supporters the very best for 2015 and let’s hope that the New Year will bring many successes in fighting poaching in our region.


VAWZ

Veterinarians for Animal Welfare Zimbabwe
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I'd heard spider's silk was strong...but didn't know it could do THIS!

violin strings have been made from 5000 strands of spider silk. They produce 'a soft and profound timbre' when played


Colombia’s River Of Five Colors

Deep in the isolated mountain range of Serranía de la Macarena, Colombia is the river Caño Cristales. For nearly half the year, there is nothing remarkable at all about this particular river, but from July through November a phenomena occurs


The Pacific Barreleye Fish and Its Weird See-Through Head

The Pacific Barreleye fish gets its name from large eyes that are literally shaped like barrels, topped with beautiful green lenses. Also known as the Macropinna microstoma, its head is completely transparent, filled with fluid


July 2014 News: NO HORNS HERE!

The rotor blades of the helicopter slapped the warm afternoon air, drowning out any extraneous sounds. As the chopper hugged the steep slope of a hill to the right, I craned my neck out of its open front left seat and scoured the dense vegetation...


Indonesian Woman who gives birth to a Lizard Baffles even Doctors !

Debi Nubatonis, 31, claims to be the mother of the gecko after being pregnant for eight months. She was assisted by a midwife known as Josephine Lydia Hellen Wadu, who also confirms the story.


The Original Name of The Butterfly

I heard somewhere that the original name for creatures of the papilio family was not “butterfly,” but “flutterby.”


The Northern Leopard Frog

The northern leopard frog swallows its prey using its eyes — it uses them to help push food down its throat by retracting them into its head.