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Leopards Have Lost An Awful Lot Of Their Historic Range

Leopards Have Lost An Awful Lot Of Their Historic Range

Leopards all over the world have lost about 75 per cent of their historic range the results of a new survey suggest. The survey is the first effort at getting a sense of the leopard’s global paw print. The survey was conducted in collaboration with the Zoological Society of London, Panthera and National Geographic Society’s Big Cats Initiative. The researchers looked at over 1,300 sources of information regarding the leopard’s historic and current ranges.

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Tiger Poaching On The Rise

Tiger Poaching On The Rise

The good news is the global population of wild tigers is on the rise. The bad news according to the Wildlife Protection Society of India is that poaching is also on the rise. According to a census report released last month, the number of tigers that have been illegally killed in 2016 already exceeds the total tally in 2015. As of the end of April, at least 28 tigers have been killed or seized which is 3 greater than last year’s final count.

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Chacha The Chimp Attempts Daring Escape From Japanese Zoo

Chacha The Chimp Attempts Daring Escape From Japanese Zoo

A chimpanzee living in a zoo in Northern Japan made a daring escape and climbed up an electricity pole before he was hit by a sedative arrow, falling harmlessly from the wires into a blanket held by rescue workers. Chacha the chimp survived falling from a great height with just a few minor cuts and bruises zoo officials said. The whole encounter thrilled Japan however, with television viewers glued to their screens as Chacha managed to evade capture and swung from power lines in a high state of agitation.

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Inky The Octopus Makes Daring Escape From Aquarium

Inky The Octopus Makes Daring Escape From Aquarium

An octopus living in a New Zealand aquarium has made a daring dash for freedom and is now believed to be roaming in the Pacific Ocean. Inky the octopus apparently took the opportunity to escape through a small gap in the enclosure he was being housed in at the National Aquarium in Napier. Remarkably Inky was able to squeeze himself out through the gap and then slide across the floor to a drainpipe that is 15cm wide which fortunately for him, ends up in the sea. Rob Yarrall who manages the aquarium said that following maintenance work, the lid of the tank was left ajar.

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WWF Thrilled That Wild Tiger Numbers Are On The Rise

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According to the latest data from WWF and the Global Tiger Forum the world’s population of tigers in the wild has increased from an all-time low of 3,200 to 3,890. WWF expressed its pleasure at the latest statistics with the organisation’s international director-general, Marco Lambertini saying that after decades of constant decline, for the first time, the number of wild tigers is on the rise. In fact, this is the first time the global wild tiger population has risen since 1900 when there were 100,000.

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