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  • pythons hatched in Srimangal zoo

    22 pythons hatched in Srimangal zoo

    A total of 22 python eggs have been hatched in a zoo of Sreemangal upazila of Moulviabzar. A python which was rescued in Dinajpur 22 years ago laid 35 eggs at the zoo of Bangladesh Bonyo Prani Sheba Foundation last month and since then the eggs were kept with the mother python, our Moulvibazar correspondent reports.

  • Goat getting on zebra’s back going to Bremen Town?

    A markhor wild goat doeling at Izu Animal Kingdom in Higashiizu, Shizuoka Prefecture in Japan, is entertaining zoo visitors by jumping onto a zebra’s back, evoking similarities to the Brothers Grimm fairy tale “The Musicians of Bremen Town.”

  • Green cat snake lays eggs

    An endangered green cat snake, sheltered at Bangladesh Bonyo Prani Sheba Foundation in Sreemangal upazila of the district, laid four eggs there on Monday, much to the enthusiasm of foundation officials as well as locals.

  • Birds that blush: Scientists document an animal mystery

    A French research team says they have observed a group of five captive blue-and-yellow macaws blush, much like humans do, at emotional moments.

  • Wild lion nursing leopard cub

    While African lions have a habit of killing leopards, it is quite surprising to see a five-year-old lioness nursing a weeks-old leopard cub recently in Tanzania's Ngorongoro Conservation Area.

  • PHOTO STORY: Penguin parade

    Penguins waddle on snow as visitors look on at Otaru Aquarium in Otaru, Hokkaido, on Saturday.

  • The extinct species of Bangladesh

    13 species of animals have already become extinct from Bangladesh and several others have also possibly become extinct.

  • Animals that can't be seen in Bangladesh anymore

    13 species of animals have already become extinct from Bangladesh and several others have also possibly become extinct.

  • Where have all the Hornbills gone

    A discovery of unique hornbill migration behavior

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