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    Huge crocodile captured after snatching dog
    https://www.theguardian.com/australi...rth-queensland

    A crocodile measuring more than four metres long has been captured in a north Queensland marina after lunging at a man on a houseboat.

    The reptile was reported to authorities after launching itself at the houseboat and, in a separate incident, taking a dog.


    The animal was captured at Cardwell Marina, north of Townsville, on Monday, less than a week after a three metre crocodile was caught in the same location.
    Cá lớn nuốt chó bé.
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    Hai bánh Bao:

    Two giant pandas to arrive at US National Zoo
    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/...hsonian-dc-zoo

    The Smithsonian announced on Wednesday that the pandas, named Bao Li and Qing Bao, would arrive in the US capital by the end of the year. Both pandas currently reside in China, but Bao Li already has a connection to Washington as his mother Bao Bao was born at the National zoo in 2013.

    FedEx will once again serve as the zoo’s transportation partner to safely bring the animals to the US, a service that the company lovingly referred to as “the FedEx Panda Express”.

    Zoo Atlanta currently houses the only giant pandas living in the US, but those four pandas are expected to return to China later this year. After the San Diego zoo lost the last of its pandas in 2019, the city will also welcome two new giant pandas from China this year.
    Gấu đen pha trắng mẹ mắng cũng mua.
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    Dog runs four miles to get help for owner
    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/...r-oregon-crash

    The case unfolded as Brandon Garrett was driving with his four dogs north on US Forest Service Road 39 in Baker county, near where his family was camping.

    During the trip, Garrett failed to navigate a curve in the road and crashed over an embankment, according to a statement from the Baker county sheriff’s office.

    The dog ended up running nearly four miles through the wilderness before tracking down the other campers on 3 June at 9.30am, and the animal’s appearance led the Garrett’s family to realize something had gone wrong.

    The family quickly began searching for Garrett and eventually spotted his car.
    Man’s best friend. Thú y như bằng hữu.
    (Tục ngữ)

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    AI = Animal Intelligence

    Elephants call each other by name, study finds
    https://www.theguardian.com/science/...names-study-ai

    The research “not only shows that elephants use specific vocalisations for each individual, but that they recognise and react to a call addressed to them while ignoring those addressed to others”, the lead study author, Michael Pardo, said.

    The researchers sifted through elephant “rumbles” recorded at Kenya’s Samburu national reserve and Amboseli national park between 1986 and 2022.

    Using a machine-learning algorithm, they identified 469 distinct calls, which included 101 elephants issuing a call and 117 receiving one.

    Elephant make a wide range of sounds, from loud trumpeting to rumbles so low they cannot be heard by the human ear.

    Names were not always used in the elephant calls. But when names were called out, it was often over a long distance, and when adults were addressing young elephants.
    Dã tràng xe cát biển Đông
    Nhọc lòng mà cũng hông bằng Ây Ai

    (Ca dao)

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    The world’s tallest dog
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    The Iowa great dane that was recently crowned the world’s tallest dog is the same height as the average three-year-old child – and is often mistaken for being a horse.

    Kevin measures 3ft 2in (0.97 metres) from his feet to his withers, or the ridge between the shoulder blades. That’s not only about the same size as many toddlers – it’s eight inches taller than the average male great dane.

    The pooch secured the title of world’s tallest living male dog in March after the record was vacated by the death six months earlier of fellow American great dane Zeus, Guinness said. The three-year-old Zeus had been 3ft 5.18in (1.046 metres) tall.

    Kevin also eats up to 10 cups of food daily. It’s an amount his family marvels at because he’s managed to stay svelte despite spending much of the rest of his time either napping as well as stealing whatever additional food he can off kitchen counters – which he can reach without even needing to raise his snout, much less get on his hind legs.
    Con cầy có cái cẳng cao cao…
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    Wolf attack at French zoo
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/ar...hting-for-life

    The woman is believed to have gone out alone for a jog after spending the night with her family in a safari-style lodge at the zoo, which it advertised on its website at between €220 and €760 (£185-640) a night.

    The woman was bitten “on the neck, the calf and the back” at the Thoiry zoo about 25 miles (40km) west of the French capital, the source told Agence France-Presse.

    Thoiry zoo was founded in 1968 by Paul de la Panouse, the owner of a local chateau that has been in his family since the 16th century. He told the regional newspaper L’Independant in April how he initially stocked the zoo with a ship loaded with 120 animals brought from Kenya.
    Điếc không sợ sói.
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    Ân đền oán trả


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    Sát thú: hunters are hunted.

    New Zealand feral cat killing competition
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/ar...ng-competition

    A NZ$500 cash prize is awarded to the hunter with the largest number of cats killed, while the largest cat caught is awarded $1,000. Just over 1,500 people took part in the North Canterbury event this year, with roughly 440 of those under 14 years old.

    New Zealand has one of the world’s highest rates for cat ownership per capita, with close to half of households owning one.

    Animal rights activists have condemned the competition, arguing it is cruel to animals, desensitises children to violence and puts domestic cats at risk.

    Animal Save Movement protesters attended the event, where they said they were quickly approached by young people dressed in animal costumes with the words ‘Animal Slay Movement’ printed on them.

    The group criticised the event’s attempt to justify violence towards animals by claiming it was conservation.
    Con mèo mà trèo cây cao
    Hỏi thăm chú chuột đi đâu vắng nhà
    Chú chuột đi gọi người ta
    Mang súng mang ống giết ba chú mèo

    (Cat dao)

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    Sát thú: tránh voi chẳng xấu mặt nào

    Spanish tourist trampled to death by elephants in South Africa
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/ar...s-south-africa

    The 43-year-old man was killed on Sunday morning at Pilanesberg national park about 130 miles (210km) north-west of Johannesburg.

    According to park officials, the man, who was with three friends, climbed out of his vehicle and walked towards the animals to take photos.

    “Despite warnings from his fellow passengers, and occupants from two other vehicles that were at the sighting, he unfortunately did not heed their warnings,” the North West province’s parks and tourism board said in a statement.

    Last year 50 people were killed and 85 injured by wild animals – mostly elephants – in neighbouring Zimbabwe, according to local authorities.
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